OHEKAOtto Herman Kahn (original owner of OHEKA estate in Huntington, NY, for whom it is named)
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Kids Helping Kids will be hosting its Holiday Benefit Gala on December 10th at Oheka Castle.
State Supreme Court Judge Elizabeth Emerson granted summary judgment for the 23-acre property's lenders last week while throwing out the claims of Oheka owner Gary Melius that lenders withheld escrow payments and failed to engage in good faith discussions on a possible loan workout agreement.
Melius made a name as a developer when he bought Oheka Castle in 1984.
State Supreme Court Judge Elizabeth Emerson approved the appointment of Jeffrey Kolessar as receiver of the Oheka property on Jan.
In 1984 real estate developer Gary Melius bought Oheka Castle, Otto Herman Kahn' 126-room French chateau in Huntington, and began restoring the estate to its former glory.
Murgatroyd and Chmerkovskiy's wedding ceremony took place at the Oheka Castle in New York.
The annual awards ceremony, which celebrates excellence in design, was held at Oheka Castle, in Huntington, Long Island.
There's the Scarpetta Beach at Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa along with restaurants at Oheka Castle, The American Hotel, The North Fork Table & Inn, among others.
The reality stars, who revealed they would both be returning to the ABC hit shortly after welcoming their son, Shai, in January, will be marrying this summer at Oheka Castle on Long Island, according to (http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/maks-chmerkovskiy-reveals-romantic-wedding-plans-with-peta-w472901) Us Weekly.
Sponsored by Oheka Castle, The Gold Coast Mansion Alliance's Web site features historic locations on Long Island and is designed for tourists and area residents interested in visiting Long Island and its Historic Gold Coast's sites, museums and villages.
Currently owned by Cold Spring Country Club, the site had been part of a now defunct plan to build a 190-unit condo community between the club and Oheka Castle, of which about 9 acres of Oheka property would have been used.
Kaye's company made headlines when it marketed and sold Oheka Castle--the Long Island home of financier Otto Kahn that's now a hotel--for $22 million in 1984, topping established price records.