Posts filed under: New Developments

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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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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CurbedNY takes a spin through the 25 most expensive homes on the New York City market, which include: Demi Moore’s San Remo Penthouse, $75M Benjamin N. Duke House, $80M 432 Park Ave, 88th Floor, $76.5M View the rest of the...
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A stroll north through the heart of the Upper West Side, an area chock-full of handsome prewar properties, will eventually lead you to a largely landmark-free zone where newer buildings abound. And this northernmost stretch of the neighborhood spanning 96th...
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A wave of glitzy new condominium projects is coming to Manhattan by the end of the year, bringing the annual total of new apartment units to a whopping 5,300 — more than twice the number that hit the market during...
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With its latest exhibit, “Ten Tops,” the Skyscraper Museum is looking at the tallest buildings in the world—according to the parameters they’ve put into place, that means structures that exceed the 100-story mark, including One World Trade Center and the...
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The leap is due to several sales in the “double-digit” millions over the last 12 months including six properties which sold in the $30 million in the last half of 2014 and two Point Piper residences fetching more than $40...
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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...
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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...
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  The completed model residence at 432 Park Avenue was unveiled today by the building’s co-developers, CIM Group and Macklowe Properties.  The half-floor residence in the 96-story condominium tower located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets exhibits interiors...
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