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    Earlier this year, I blogged about the excitement in China generated by the news that its Dalian Wanda Group planned to invest $1.09 billion to build and operate a luxury hotel in London. At the time of their...
    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...
    Government agencies have raised strong objections to a proposal that they claim seeks to pass “undue benefits” estimated to be Rs 700 crore to the developer of One Avighna Park — a twin 64-storey super luxury project coming...
    The strong rebound in house flipping has reached a new extreme: penthouse flipping. In the latest sign of froth in the high-end home market, Manhattan penthouses are being offered for millions more than they sold for just a...
  The city’s two dozen most exclusive office buildings are racking up higher rents. According to a new Hedge Fund Index compiled by a JLL team led by Cynthia Wasserberger, rents in half the buildings that attract financial and hedge...
    The future of a tax break that has saved New York City developers billions of dollars has emerged as the thorniest issue in the state capital, twisting political alliances, alarming the city’s real-estate interests and serving as another...
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    HONG KONG—In showing an apartment of 180 square feet, a real-estate agent explained that all furniture essentially has to be made to order and described the window sill as a potential area for “entertainment.” The apartment, in a...
    Recently in Sydney’s trendy Darling Harbor district, a new high-end housing project of 581 apartments sold out in just five hours. One third of these flats — costing from 800,000 Australian dollars ($611,000) for a one-bedroom unit to more than 10 million ($7.6...
    According to Curbed’s list of the priciest apartments for rent in New York City, is the entire 39th floor of the Pierre Hotel. For $500,000 a month, renters can enjoy services such as a “pet pampering” butler service...