Dakota Co-op Board Gets the Last Bitter Laugh (NY)

Alphonse Fletcher Jr., a former president of the co-op board at the legendary Dakota on Central Park West, has been ordered by the courts to put his seven-room apartment with treetop views on the market for $12.5 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.    Read the article………….


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