The NYPost profiles several condo developments that after subpar or no initial sales relaunched, traffic picked up and so did sales in some. Continue reading NYC condos relaunch, sales improve
The building has the nickname “hedgie hive” because of the plethora of hedge fund owners/employees that live there. Denzel Washington makes his home there as well as Bob Costas and countless oligarchs including the one who held the previous record of most expensive residential apartment purchase before being broken by One57’s closing this year over $100mm.
The building is clad entirely in limestone and is actually two building separate by a motor court. The tower and the house as they are called share a private restaurant, gym, and lap pool. Prices which seemed high at the inception in 2008 now are only a fraction of their current levels. The address alone conveys a special cachet of status.
Click on the link below to see who lives there, how much they paid and who is cashing on before the luxury bubble burst.
DNAInfo has a breakdown of the local bilingual preschools on the Upper West in Manhattan. These days with schools admission so competitive, many parents want to give their children an advantage of learning another language at 1 or 2 years old. Also, the article reports it’s a great way to foster an interest in other cultures. See link below for full article and info on schools.
It is being reported by CurbedNY that Leonardo DiCaprio has rented out his 66 E 11 street in the Delos building which features built in juicing stations,
vitamin-C infused showers, posture supportive flooring and a kitchen herbarium among the many healthy living amenities. Continue reading Leonardo DiCaprio rents out 66 E 11 street pad for $25k/month
Yes, that’s true. There are a few buildings that have zero or very little maintenance charges. Several are mentioned in the NYT Sunday article in the real estate section. How does this come about? Well, thanks to rising retail rents in neighborhoods like Soho and the West Village, the maintenance charges are almost zero
or very little. However, there’s a couple of catches: Continue reading NYC Buildings with no maintenance charges?