‘Fake’ jewelry maven’s co-op will hit market for $3.2M

The Park Avenue duplex that late designer Kenneth Jay Lane — who amassed a fortune by producing costume jewelry — owned will soon hit the market for $3.2 million. The two bedroom co-op, where Lane died in 2017 at age 85, is at the landmarked Stanford White-designed 23 Park Ave. in Murray Hill, on the... 12 April 2018, 08:00

Source: Real Estate | New York Post

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