Posts filed under: Real Estate

    The latest data from the Miami Association of Realtors show that the city continues to be one of the busiest real estate markets in the U.S. According to a report from propertywire.com, the median sales prices for all...
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    New York—Fewer than 60 days after the tower’s 100th sale, Related Companies’ Carnegie Park has reached the half-sold milestone. That makes it Manhattan’s top-selling building in terms of units sold in the first half of this year. With...
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    Residential real estate is a tale of two markets – luxury and everything else. According to Christie’s International Real Estate: “The world’s top cities experienced an explosion in luxury home sales during 2013, fueled by pent-up demand, increasing...
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    Luxury housing complex has lucrative week — Super tall and super expensive.One57, located on 157 West 57th St., had two contracts over a whooping $20 million in the past week alone. The first being a 4,116 square-foot, three-bedroom...
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    Joseph Chetrit’s dreams for the Sony Building at 550 Madison Ave. include more than just hopes to sell a triplex penthouse for a record $150 million. He’s playing serious footsie with several super-luxury hotel brands with eyes on...
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    The Miami River — once a polluted, industrial backwater known as a favored route for smugglers — is today teeming with developers who want to build on what is practically the city’s last remaining waterfront land. “It’s the...
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    Simon Baron Development is tapping into crowdfunding to finance its planned 467-unit rental tower in Long Island City. CityFunders, a crowdfunding startup just launched by brothers Albert and David Behin, is raising $1 million in equity for the...
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    As Airbnb continues to add more features to its online accommodation rental marketplace to meet demands both from regulators and its growing audience of hosts and guests, a startup in the same space but focusing exclusively on high-end properties has...
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    At first glance, Alex Michelin, a co-founder of Finchatton, seems every bit the suave developer of luxury properties. His suit is as well fitted as the opulent interiors that he designs, and he sits at a table covered...
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    San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood is cranking up, boosted by a tide of technology companies and new highrise apartment buildings, at the same time that Asian real estate investors are pouring money into the city. Those two trends converged...
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