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Cardboard mogul finally finds buyer for dazzling NYC home

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A grand urban residence in a bold mansion has finally struck a deal after being on and off the market for over a decade.

The sellers are cardboard mogul and democratic donor Dennis Mehiel and his wife Karen. Mehiel reportedly helped convince Joe Biden to run against Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

The 10,350 square foot duplex is located in the Carhart Mansion at 3 E. 95th St. Last time he asked for $23.9 million and was listed at nearly $35 million at one point. Adam Modlin, Modlin Group’s newest listed co-broker, posted on Instagram Spreads narrowed after being “only two weeks on the market.”

A bedroom in a huge duplex.
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The duplex is located in the Carhart Mansion at 3 E. 95th St.
The duplex is located in the Carhart Mansion at 3 E. 95th St.
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A chandelier hovers above the elegant foyer.
A chandelier hovers above the elegant foyer.
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Inside there is 10,350 square feet of luxurious living space.
Inside there is 10,350 square feet of luxurious living space.
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The area that connects the dining room and kitchen of the house.
The area that connects the dining room and kitchen of the house.
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Tamara Mellon is a fellow resident of the UES mansion.
Tamara Mellon is a fellow resident of the UES mansion.
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Fellow residents of the four-unit boutique condo include tastemaker Tamara Mellon, who co-founded the Jimmy Choo brand before launching her eponymous luxury footwear line.melon bought her penthouse Bought for $20 million in 2008 and have it Market on and off Since at least 2015.

Meyers Bought a home in 2005 $15.78 million. they are now Dakota The Upper West Side spent $10.8 million on the unit. This comes decades after it was previously rejected by the co-op committee.

“It’s a stunning residence, beautifully furnished and designed, but it struggled to sell because few people needed that much space, especially in the north,” said Baby of Carhartt Mansion. A source who visited the bed said,

Carhart Mansion was last owned by the French school Lycée Français de New York, which sold all six ‘campus-style’ mansions in 2000 and consolidated them into a modern space.

Co-listed brokers for the Mehiel unit were Modlin of Brown Harris Stevens and Richard Ziegelash. they declined to comment.

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