Has a month of super high-end luxury sales stimulated the merely very high-end market? We’ve noticed that some long-listed properties are finally starting to sell again. Like the 8-bedroom co-op on the 16th floor of 1185 Park Avenue.
Stephen M. Scherr and wife Susan plunked down $12.25 million for the full-floor apartment, which Read More
A year ago, Nate Berkus went on Oprah, as he often does, to give decorating tips to viewers. This time, though, it was a rare look into his own New York City apartment. Though Mr. Berkus did not say, any eagle-eyed real estate maven would have recognized the windows as that of Jean Read More
Tuesday’s hearing on the 421-a Property Tax Exemption Program almost didn’t happen.
“When we mailed out the notice and we reached out to a lot of people, there was almost no response,” Vito Lopez, chairman of the state Assembly’s housing committee, said. “So it’s quite interesting.”
At issue was whether 421-a, which gives tax breaks Read More
Yesterday’s condo conversion launch party for 99 Gold Street–a six-story building which was a former toy factory (during Brooklyn’s grittier days)–was packed from the start.
Swarming brokers chatted about the “Vinegar Hill” locale, while still referring to the surrounding neighborhood as good old DUMBO. And there was a lot of Read More