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Exceptionally located on a tree-lined block along lower Fifth Avenue’s Gold Coast, 14 East 11th Street is a meticulously renovated almost 21.4-foot wide, 5-story single-family home with approximately 7,200 square feet of beautiful interior living space and over 1,200 square...
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From the LA Times: At $22.5 million, a penthouse condominium that sold last week at the Century building at 1 Century Drive was one of the priciest deals historically for the Westside community. Socialite and philanthropist Candy Spelling set the...
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The luxury real estate market is slowing worldwide, with weakness in Europe and Russia weighing on prices, according to a new report. But as Chinese investors continue to seek investments outside of their home country, cities drawing interest from these...
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From The New York Times: Wilshire Grand Center, an estimated $1.2 billion mixed-use project in downtown Los Angeles, promises many things upon its 2017 completion date. At 1,100 feet, it will be the tallest building west of the Mississippi, with...
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(John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are selling their one-bedroom apartment in the Brewster Carriage House at 374 Broome St. for $4.5 million.) New York has more celebrity-owned real estate than any other city in the United States, with Los Angeles...
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An interesting article in the Journal about how individual star brokers are gaining in importance. In pursuit of more deals and commissions, real-estate agents—most of whom are independent contractors—are increasingly switching brokerage firms. And just like in the big leagues, when...
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From Quartz.com: In the rankings, London and Hong Kong are firmly in “bubble risk” territory. In Hong Kong, a 60 square-meter (around 650 square-foot) apartment near the city center now costs the equivalent of 21 years of salary for the...
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(Part 1 of a multi-part series on New York City’s Hudson Yards) By Royce Pinkwater It is NYC’s largest real estate development project in nearly a century, and the nation’s largest private development ever – a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, transit-oriented mixed-use...
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Royce Pinkwater is featured in The Wall Street Journal for her work on, and listing agent of, 11 East 14th Street: Deborah Shainfeld finished renovating her Manhattan townhouse the weekend her first child was born. Now her daughter is nine...
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