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Check, Please, Says M. Jean Luc

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H e’s not French, but he has built a small bistro empire—and now he’s selling his little New York château. Ed “Jean Luc” Kleefield, owner of the Upper West Side’s Jean-Luc and its popular East Hampton counterpart Jean-Luc East, is selling his two-bedroom, two-bath co-op at the Mayfair Towers, the white-brick on West 72nd Street behind the Dakota. (The building was, notably, built in the sixties on the lot where the Dakota’s tennis courts had once been.) His asking price: $1.795 million. Whoever buys the place will inherit a space that’s been completely made over, including a surprisingly modest, though high-end, kitchen with customized cabinets and countertops. It also has views of Central Park. According to Streeteasy.com, the property, which is being marketed by Corcoran’s Sherry Matays and Julianne Bond, has been awaiting a buyer for 42 days. Already, $100,000 has been shaved off the asking price, but no one has offered to pick up the tab just yet.


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