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Part entrepreneur, part urban-culture clairvoyant, part developer (though he dislikes the moniker), the Argentine-born Alan Faena is best known for identifying a moribund quadrant of Buenos Aires at the height of the country’s recession and turning it into what is...
As reported by the Commercial Observer,Natixis Real Estate Capital provided the $30 million loan in a debt deal negotiated by Iron Hound Management’s Christopher Herron on behalf of the borrower. The financing follows a $14 million acquisition loan also provided...
A British businessman has splashed out a record-breaking £12 million for a luxury villa on Dubai’s famous Palm Jumeirah island. The unnamed millionaire, who is said to be of Indian origin, purchased the custom-designed home on the artificial archipelago as a...
Real estate in Asia can be somewhat volatile, but even a cursory study shows how it can sometimes be rather predictable. “Now more than ever, investors in the Asian property markets are looking to policy makers to offer clues as...
(Part 3 of an exclusive Pinkwater Report three-part series) In Miami and NYC, the integration of fine art with luxury property development is overt and out front for all to see. In Los Angeles, however, the connection is a bit...
Architecture by John Sloane, Interiors by Russel Sage, and a vision of  “an eccentric relative’s home” were all brought together in the new Zetter Townhouse. Opening August 14th, the townhouse is set on Marylebone’s Seymour Street, Interiors by Russell Sage are...
Rayni and Branden Williams spent months lining up a director, cast and crew for their “lifestyle film.” The plot line: A husband takes off for a business trip in his Corvette, leaving his wife to invite friends to hang out...
London’s “first fashion-branded tower” was recently launched and went on sale on Tuesday. The opulent Thames-side skyscraper offers 360 luxury apartments starting at £711,000. The said extravagant property showcases the “elegance and sensuality of Donatella Versace.” According to The Guardian,...
Starwood’s independent hotel consortium The Luxury Collection’s portfolio is now four properties heavier in Europe, the hotel conglomerate announced Tuesday. The hotels, which have either opened or will open by the end of July, are located in Italy, the Czech Republic,...
Formerly known as an all-commercial area, Midtown South is seeing a change of face. Particularly evident in a small neighborhood, just a few blocks in length, that could be called anything from Gramercy, to “NoMad”, to “Flatiron North”, as apartment buildings...