Billionaire real estate developer Harry Macklowe tied the knot with Patricia Landeau in Brooklyn on Thursday, fresh off his bitter divorce from Linda, his wife of 58 years.
Macklowe, 82, and Landeau, who is in her early 60s, wed at Weylin, the event venue inside the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank. As Page Six previously reported, the couple and 100 guests were then expected to have lunch at Le Coucou in Manhattan, followed by an evening reception for 200 people on the 78th floor of his condo complex 432 Park Ave. — which Harry and ex-wife Linda had fought over during their divorce.
New York Supreme Court Justice Alan Scheinkman was expected to officiate, with the bride — who is president of the French Friends of the Israel Museum, located in Jerusalem — wearing Chanel and the groom donning Brioni.
Prior to the wedding, Macklowe presented Landeau with an unorthodox gift: a gigantic, 42-foot-by-24-foot portrait of the couple at the northwest corner of 432 Park Ave., shot by the famed Parisian firm Studio Harcourt.