Mayoral frontrunner Eric Adams intervened in the potential sale of a Brooklyn co-op in 2017 that he insists he gave up his co-ownership of a decade earlier, according to a real estate agent who tried to broker the deal.

The new revelations counter Adams’ claims that he washed his hands of the Prospect Place one-bedroom in 2007 by giving his 50% share to the woman he had purchased the unit with in 1992.

There are no public records of such a transaction. And a newly surfaced document reviewed by THE CITY shows Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, named as a co-owner of the apartment at 425 Prospect Place within the last six months.

Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY Eric Adams leaves a rally at Cadman Plaza, June 16, 2021. Mayoral frontrunner Eric Adams intervened in the potential sale of a Brooklyn co-op in 2017 that he insists he gave up his co-ownership of a decade earlier, according to a real estate agent who tried […]

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