Oscar Engelbert has the flare of Donald Trump and the savvy of David Walentas, while making a name for himself at half their ages. The smartly dressed 34-year-old Swede has transformed a number of commercial and industrial buildings in his homeland into housing since founding Oscar Properties in 2004.
It only makes sense, then, Read More
One of the first things built on the New Bowery, before the likes of the Cooper Square Hotel, the New Museum and Sperone Westwater arrived, was the sliver building built at 195 Bowery, a concrete switchblade of condos popping out of an old brick tenement.
This $2.8 million two bedroom is the second Read More
The mind-numbing mega-penthouse went into contract for $57.5 million last month, but a dozen or so floors down in Steve Ross’ Time Warner Center, a quaint two-bedroom is on the market for all of $6.5 million. The foyer has 13-foot ceilings and plenty of room for art, and opens into the 18-foot living room Read More
What if there was a way to enjoy Brownstone Brooklyn living that was not only half the price but also one subway stop from Midtown? Welcome to the Hunter’s Point Historic District.
Encompassing a single block in what is now more commonly referred to as Long Island City, this is not the faceless condo living Read More