The prep school Lycée Français de New York owned the house from 1994 to 2001, selling it for $6.
What does LFNY stand for?
LFNY stands for Lycée Français de New York (French: French School in New York; New York, NY)
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The Lycée Français de New York has a glimmering new school building at 505 East 75th Street inspired by the designs of the philosopher René Descartes, but inside the 150,000-square-foot glass-and-steel structure, some parents have grown increasingly worried after a recent outbreak of unruliness among the school’s élèves.
Lycée Attacks The Lycée Français de New York no doubt helped its endowment when it sold the mansions that the school formerly occupied on 72nd Street just off Fifth Avenue for millions of dollars.