UC native represents buyer for Conan’s duplex
Posted: Thursday, August 5, 2010 8:02 pm
Former Obion County resident Chris Poore just completed a famous real estate deal in New York City.
Poore represented David M. Zaslav, the chief executive of Discovery Communications, when Zaslav purchased Conan O’Brien’s Central Park duplex, according to the New York Times.
Zaslav paid $25 million, one of the highest prices paid for a Manhattan apartment this year, for the duplex in the Majestic, the Art Deco co-op building at 115 Central Park West.
O’Brien was represented by John Burger, a managing director of Brown Harris Stevens.
The apartment was originally listed at $29.5 million.
Poore is a senior vice president of the Corcoran Group. He is a Union City High School graduate and is the son of Linda McNeely.
Published in The Messenger 8.5.10