Moore Trader Assembles $26M Manhattan Spread

Aug 28 2014 | 4:23am ET

Moore Capital Managament’s Paul Yablon is moving on up to what will be a palatial apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Yablon has bought two neighboring units at 730 Park Avenue, one of the city’s most prestigious buildings. The hedge-fund manager plans to unite the two apartments.

The larger flat, a six-bedroom, six-bathroom duplex, went for $19.35 million. The second unit, on the building’s 11th floor, went for $6.85 million and will add three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms to Yablon’s spread.

Yablon bought the largest apartment from fellow hedge-fund manager Daniel Benton of Andor Capital Management. Benton two years ago upgraded at 730 Park, buying a $39 million penthouse in the building in 2012.


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