Posts filed under: Real Estate

Gigi Hadid bought her well apointed, luxury apartment for $1.92 million last year via a trust in the name of her mother, Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Hadid Foster, according to the New York Daily News. And if...
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Alicia Keys is the most famous resident of Englewood these days, but once upon time, Gloria Swanson presided over the town’s tony East Hill from Gloria Crest, a 1926 Italianate mansion recently relisted for $25 million. That by far outstrips the price...
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After flirting with records for more than a year, the average sales price of aManhattan apartment hit a new high in the second quarter, according to at least two reports to be released on Wednesday by major real estate brokerage...
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Ever since plans for Zaha Hadid’s space-age stack of High Line-adjacent condos were revealed two years ago, the development has been one of the most talked-about and closely watched projects in the city. After all, it is Hadid’s first ever...
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Today’s power players are increasingly turning to less formal surroundings for their powwows—places where the beef comes in the form of burgers as well as steaks and the culinary trend is farm-to-table. The list was developed by Bloomberg Custom Content...
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An enormous brick townhouse in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, suitable as both home and studio with its voluminous rooms, soaring ceilings and built-in four-car garage, sold to the photographer Jay Maisel for $15.5 million, according to city records, breaking the record...
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The Real Deal hears rumblings that a Qatari investor is eyeing a monstrous spread that would cost around $250 million, making it easily the most expensive home in New York City. It would completely obliterate the current record, the $100...
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NY YIMBY got its hands on a new rendering of Michael Shvo’s 125 Greenwich Street, set to be the tallest residential tower south of 57th Street upon its completion (and probably set to be usurped by multiple other new towers...
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Inventories of luxury apartments in Mumbai are piling up. At the last tally, real estate watchers had counted approximately 5,000 upmarket flats that are waiting for buyers. FE couldn’t independently verify data for each of the constructions provided by industry...
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    The housing crash of the late 2000s was supposed to have decimated property values across the nation. But in Brooklyn, the housing market barely broke its stride. Supply and demand is supposed to be an immutable truth, yet...
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