Posts filed under: Real Estate

Exceptionally located on a tree-lined block along lower Fifth Avenue’s Gold Coast, 14 East 11th Street is a meticulously renovated almost 21.4-foot wide, 5-story single-family home with approximately 7,200 square feet of beautiful interior living space and over 1,200 square...
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An interesting article in the Journal about how individual star brokers are gaining in importance. In pursuit of more deals and commissions, real-estate agents—most of whom are independent contractors—are increasingly switching brokerage firms. And just like in the big leagues, when...
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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 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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From the New York Times: It might have been any over-the-top Manhattan dinner party: a penthouse setting where several dozen carefully chosen, accomplished guests enjoyed artisanal cocktails, a four-course tasting menu prepared by up-and-coming chefs and a live dance performance....
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Sotheby’s Internatonal Realty is using VR to sell luxury homes, and in the next few years everyone could be shopping for houses with virtual reality. Right now, the rich and famous are touring homes in virtual reality—and in a few...
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Cristiano Ronaldo has bought a luxury apartment in New York for a staggering $18.5million (£11.8million). The Real Madrid star – ranked by Forbes as the highest-paid team athlete in the world – has purchased a 2,509 sq ft loft in...
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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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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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