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“Speaking of the wealthy today, Royce Pinkwater, founder of Pinkwater Select, a luxury real estate brokerage and publisher of The Pinkwater Report says ‘They want to be able to invest in something that is there and is going to be...
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When it comes to homes in Miami Beach, the “haves” have it all. The city’s housing market is the most unequal in the U.S., according to a report from online real estate company Redfin. The report covers the third quarter...
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The article discusses what is more desirable, Central Park or Riverside. Central Park West is preferred, as the apartments are bigger and the grandeur of the Central Park view is the attraction for many. Commenting on the smaller apartments found on Riverside...
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Bruce Willis and Emma Heming’s former apartment at The Eldorado, located at 300 Central Park West, is back on the market — for $12.9 million. Goldman Sachs hotshot Armen Avanessians, who heads Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s quantitative funds business, and...
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In the era of “too big to fail,ˮ panelists at last week’s New York Real Estate Expo discussing New York Past and Present pointed to the trend in jumbo-sized luxury homes as the market antithesis. “Macklowe is dividing the top...
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(Part 2 of a multi-part series on New York City’s Hudson Yards) By Royce Pinkwater Last week we took a big picture look at Hudson Yards, the exciting new neighborhood being created by Related Companies in Midtown Manhattan’s far west...
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From The Real Deal: The Upper East Side home of design house Monique Lhuillier is on the market for $26.5 million. Lhuillier, who’s dressed celebs such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez and first lady Michelle Obama, opened her first U.S....
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From The New York Times: DeLuca in SoHo. There, he ran into a wealthy businessman he knew from São Paulo, Brazil. “I was shocked when I saw him,” said Mr. Amaro, the chairman of the Latam Airlines Group. “You would...
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The folks at Sotheby’s International Realty just released a three-month analysis of high-end homes. Pacific Palisades, it says, saw a 94 percent increase in single-family home sales from October 2014 to October 2015. Frank Symons, Sotheby’s western region executive vice president,...
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