Posts filed under: Record Sales

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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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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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 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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    A Cobble Hill townhouse crammed full of the types of amenities normally reserved for luxe Manhattan skyscrapers has broken the record for the most expensive home ever sold in Brooklyn, the Daily News has learned. The four-story, six-bedroom...
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    High above Hong Kong, on the city’s iconic Victoria Peak, sits an elite enclave of new mansions, each outfitted with a swimming pool, grand ballroom-size living rooms and spectacular ocean views. Three homes in the Twelve Peaks development...
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    A smashing record — Manhattan scored a new record in the luxury market last month with nearly $1.2 billion in contracts, up 6.2 percent from last year’s $1 billion, according to Olshan Realty. May brought in a total...
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    One of the biggest homes in U.S. history is rising on a Los Angeles hilltop, and the developer hopes to sell it for a record $500 million. Nile Niami, a film producer and speculative residential developer, is pouring...
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    In the mid-1980s, Canadian developer Olympia & York bought the land above a set of submerged rail tracks on a grungy block on Manhattan’s West Side, hoping one day to build a giant office complex on top. Three...
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    The $179.4 million sale of Pablo Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’) (1955) at Christie’s last week was greeted with the usual media frenzy, but I am pretty sure no one who was paying attention was truly shocked....
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