Posts filed under: New York City

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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(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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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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Despite a 4.5 percent drop in average sales price from the second to the third quarter of 2015, prices are still at 1.5 percent increase compared to the year-ago. Additionally, property is on the market for one week less than the previous...
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Royce Pinkwater was interviewed by The Real Deal on how NYC compares to other global gateway cities for international investors: From The Real Deal: New York City real estate is never short of mantras and catch phrases, but few have...
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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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