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Linda Macklowe’s lawyers accuse Harry of “playing dirty” with 432 Park pad Developers accused of downsizing her condo to give estranged husband more space By E.B. Solomont | October 02, 2017 05:15PM 432 Park Avenue and Harry and Linda Macklowe (Credit: Getty Images) Lawyers for Linda Macklowe accused 432 Park Avenue’s developers of “playing dirty” and violating a slew of laws by surreptitiously filings plans to downsize her unit — and then trying to force her to close on the $14.4 million pad. “We shouldn’t have to close when they are playing dirty,” argued Adam Leitman Bailey, an attorney for Harry Macklowe’s estranged wife, who said the closing should be delayed until the former couple’s $2 billion divorce is final and their assets divvied up. “This isn’t the time when you decide to close or not,” he added. According to Bailey, Harry is getting preferential treatment from 432 Park’s developers — CIM Group and (ahem) Macklowe Properties — since he never received a closing notice even though he’s in contract to buy the apartment next to hers on the 78th floor. “They’re not playing fairly,” charged Bailey, whose navy pinstriped suit was torn at the shoulder, the result of vociferous arguing in court that morning. “He’s going after her money.” Neither Linda nor Harry was present at the hearing, which took place in a cramped, beige room at 111 Centre Street. The “emergency” hearing was held after Bailey sought a temporary restraining order to halt demolition at Linda’s apartment and delay the closing, which was set for today. Judge David Cohen denied EdmontonDivorceMediation the TRO after attorneys for 432 Park’s developers agreed to postpone the closing.
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