$18M Long Island Retreat Designed by Richard Meier Available for First Time

A 3-acre waterfront compound on Long Island, NY, designed by the celebrated architect Richard Meier, is on sale for the first time, for $18 million.

Meier designed the Maidman House in Sands Point, NY, in 1971 for the Maidman family, a well-known New York real estate dynasty.

The building, originally a retreat for Catholic nuns, was purchased by the Maidmans from the Brooklyn archdiocese, explains the listing agent, Bonnie Doran.

William Maidman founded Townhouse Management Company. His son, Richard Maidman, was the company’s second-generation leader. He spent a lot of time at this home before passing away in 2017. A Maidman family trust named Steamboat Landing is the current owner.


“The Maidmans were very close to Richard Meier,” Doran says.

Meier is best-known for his iconic, large-scale designs, including the Getty Center in Los Angeles. White is often the dominant color in his works, and this home

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Three-units-in-one Ballpark area condo with a safe room lists for $18M

The condo is located next to Coors Field and has sprawling views of downtown and the mountains. (Photo: Lily O’Neill, BusinessDen)

DENVER — The owners of a condo near Coors Field think they have something that’s worth more than the top of the Four Seasons.

Joseph Romano and his wife Gina have listed their nearly 7,000-square-foot unit — really three units combined into one — in the Lofts at 2245 Blake Street building for $18 million.

That’s $2 million more than the western-facing penthouse atop the 45-story Four Seasons building downtown, which set a record for Denver condos when it sold for $16 million in late February.

The Romanos’ four-bed, seven-bath condo, which occupies the top two levels of the six-story building, hit the market last week.

In addition

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