666 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, NY
In December 2006, Tishman Speyer, along with the German investment firm TMW, announced the sale of the building to the Kushner Properties for $1.8 billion (about $2.2 billion real value), at the time the highest price ever paid for an individual building in Manhattan. This was an unconventional price for such a short building; at 483 ft (147 m), 666 Fifth is not even among top 100 tallest buildings in New York City, but its price was mainly because of its location on Fifth Avenue across from Rockefeller Center. Kushner sold the retail condominium portion of 666 Fifth to a Stanley Chera-led group for $525 million in 2008 (about $610 million real value).
Among the company’s owners are Charles Kushner and his son Jared Kushner.
On July 5, 2013, Kushner Companies signed an agreement to purchase a five-building complex in Brooklyn, New York formerly used by Jehovah’s Witnesses.
many times truth is stranger than fiction..the 666 logo isnt there any more..replaced by a citi sign..but its still 666..its jareds..yeah that jared..