New York Luxury Homes and villas
New York Luxury Property Search
Talking about New York City, Manhattan, most people could have to agree it is truly the world’s city. With more luxury nightlife and the flourishing Upper East Side and Tribecca residential property areas. Manhattan has even ranked the world no.1 property market.
The city is full of spotless condos and profitable co-ops many of which are being purchased by affluent international luxury property buyers. Due to its rich cultural heritage, New York boasts the world’s most concentrated museum area - Museum Mile. People can get immersed into the artistic villages and meet passionate people. Further from the town, residents are able to live near seafront, lake, river and mountain places all which are available to fit property consumers tastes.
Similar to many new comers, they choose to stay here because of a wide range of wealthy opportunities from careers in banking and finance, New York Technology starts up, and many channels to start a new chapter of their life. It is easy for you to search any luxury residence or townhouses nearby schools like NYU or Columbia and many others which make Manhattan a prime educational destination for both undergraduate and graduate programs.
A Hell’s Kitchen loft inside a former theater is on the market for $2.4 million. The home, at 414 W. 51st St., is in the former Cubiculo Theatre.
Nautical aesthetics permit you to pamper yourself with an oceanside retreat and not even have to pack a bag — or live near the ocean, for that matter.
Richard Gere is officially unloading his longtime home. He has scored a buyer to his 50-acre upstate New York property seven months after it first hit the market.
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Since Elon Musk announced a plan to sell nearly all of his physical possessions, including his real estate, by tweeting “Will own no house” on May 1, 2020.
According to ATTOM Data's fourth-quarter 2021 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report, 41.9 percent of mortgaged residential properties in the United States were considered equity-rich in Q4