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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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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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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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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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Royce interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on the growing trend of serious art collectors designing the homes to fit their art collection: Royce Pinkwater, founder and CEO of a high-end global real-estate company says in the past five years...
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Royce Pinkwater, founder and CEO of Pinkwater Select, discusses the latest in luxury real estate with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)...
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It’s the home where Michael Jackson enjoyed endless fun and games with children. Now, Neverland is on the market for a grown-up price – $100 million! Matt Lauer was the last person to tour the stark interiors of Neverland’s main...
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Bruce Willis has sold his three-bedroom apartment at the swank, twin-towered Eldorado building at 300 Central Park West. The listing closed last week for close to the asking price of $13 million, Royce Pinkwater, the unidentified buyer’s broker, tells us. The newly...
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