Real estate mogul Rotem Rosen is on a roll.
The ex-son-in-law of post-Soviet billionaire Tamir Sapir has filed plans to build a 346-foot-tall, 180,000-square-foot condo tower with 145 units at 126 E. 57th St., Crain’s reported.
Rosen’s MRR Capital — which he owns with Indian billionaire Anand Mahindra — and partner Tzachi Hagag, an Israeli developer, bought the assemblage for $103.7 million in 2019.
The Tetris-style design will be by Eran Chen of ODA.
Now MRR and Hagag are also in contract for around $6.8 million to buy a five-story Upper East Side brownstone that he is converting to luxury condos as well, Gimme can report exclusively.
The brownstone, at 52 E. 76th St., between Madison and Park avenues is across from the Carlyle Hotel.
The plan, sources say, is to build five two-bedroom condos, 1,400 square feet a piece, on each floor.
There’s also an elevator.
The seller, who paid around $11 million for the building in 2015, was repped by Yoav Oelsner from Upland, sources said.
MRR also owns the Hotel Indigo on the Lower East Side and plans to develop around 2 million square feet in Miami.
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