Real estate honcho Stanley Chera has been hospitalized in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 78-year-old developer, who introduced his good pal President Trump at last fall’s Veterans Day Parade, was rushed to New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in recent days from his summer home near Deal, New Jersey, with an unknown illness, sources said.

As the coronavirus pandemic grew, Trump had advised his longtime friend to decamp to Deal, where many Syrian Jewish families have large homes on the Atlantic Ocean, saying it would be “safer” than New York City, real estate sources said.

A White House spokesperson in a cryptic email only said that the president “connected with Stanley” and that “all is resolved.”

One of his three sons, Haim Chera, now an executive with Vornado Realty Trust, texted on Monday that his father was “doing very well.”

Chera and brother, Isaac Sr., founded the family-owned Crown Acquisitions with clothing stores in Brooklyn before it started buying up real estate.

Crown is now an investor in some World Trade Center buildings and the owner of numerous Brooklyn and Manhattan retail assets, including the Fulton Mall, stores in the base of Olympic Tower and the St. Regis Hotel. It also owned stores at the base of 666 Fifth Ave. when that building was owned and operated by the Kushner family, including Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.