Sheldon Solow discourages selling his properties in will–with one notable exception

The late New York real estate mogul Sheldon Solow appears less attached to his long-vacant lot near the United Nations on First Avenue than to many of his other properties.

Solow, who died in November at age 92, listed six specific properties in his will as representing “the culmination of my lifelong efforts in the real estate business:” the office tower at 9 W. 57th St., the Upper East Side rental buildings at 265 E. 66th St., 501 E. 87th St. and One East River Place, the townhouses on East 67th Street between Second and Third Avenues, and “East 60th-61st Street,” likely referring to the rental buildings at One and Two Sutton Place

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