Arthur and William Lie Zeckendorf, the developers behind the wildly successful 15 Central Park West condominium, are launching sales of a new park-side condominium in September. This time, the park in question is Gramercy . While 15 Central Park West was built on the site of a forme
More and more buyers are taking the leap of buying a complete townhouse that is in need of a partial or total renovation. Regardless of what neighborhood it’s located in or the price, here are 5 essential rules to follow. #1- Assemble a team. You’ll need a real estate broker, a lawy
Headlines about high-end New York City real estate deals can be seen in the papers daily. The fascination of who the buyer is and how much was spent seems to be most interesting. Not only does it make good small talk, but it seems to be a great marketing strategy for the buildings.
Dollar volume is expected to total $32 billion by year end. Compared to 2011, sales will have increased by 19%. Activity in Upper Manhattan was especially robust in the first half of the last six months. Throughout the city, real estate sales totaled $14 billion in the first half of t
While not (yet) back to pre-2008 levels, the New York City condo market is coming back strong. With projects at various stages of completion across the city, there is something for every buyer. Whether you prefer uptown or downtown, modern glass towers or pre-war style elegance, the m
If you are thinking of buying a townhouse or large apartment, you should hire a home inspector, With so many to choose from, how do you narrow them down to get the one who is most qualified? The answer is to interview them with the proper questions. Here is what you should be asking:
It’s been more than seven months since reports of the $88 million sale of Sanford Weill’s 15 Central Park West penthouse emerged, yet, in light of the recent $90 million-plus contract on a One57 penthouse and Steve Wynn’s $70 million purchase at the Ritz-Carlton, it continues to rever
Despite the uncertain economic condition of the housing market across the United States, it seems that luxury home sales have yet again proven to defy the full effect. Reports from the Hamptons, particularly East Hampton, display a possible revival in sales of the more expensive listi
It’s time to buy in the Hamptons. Inventory is up but so are the prices. As we have been saying the high end is driving sales reminding us of 2007 times. Here is a recap of recent reports findings: Overall Hamptons had 539 transactions during April – June (2nd Q), +9.6% ov
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