Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

New York Penthouse Sells for $35 Million

May 31, 2021 - Manhattan
Amid the pandemic-plagued New York City real-estate market, a luxury penthouse condominium has gone into contract for $35 million.

Joseph Chetrit Fetches $25 Million for Upper East Side Townhouse

February 10, 2021 - Manhattan
Real-estate investor Joseph Chetrit has sold a Manhattan townhouse for $25 million to an unknown buyer, according to the Wall Street Journal.

One57 condo unit sells at a huge loss

January 29, 2021 - Manhattan
A 58th-floor apartment at Manhattan’s One57 sold for $16.75 million — more than 50% below its previous purchase price, marking a record resale loss at the Billionaires’ Row tower.

Yue-Sai Kan wants $28 Million for Manhattan Townhouse

December 29, 2020 - Manhattan
A lavish Manhattan townhouse owned by the so-called “Oprah of China” is hitting the market for $28 million.

Inside Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban's Manhattan Condo

November 30, 2020 - Manhattan
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have expanded their global property portfolio after purchasing a lavish apartment in Manhattan's trendy Tribeca neighbourhood.

$35 Million penthouse is Soho's most expensive sale ever

September 24, 2020 - Manhattan
A Soho apartment has sold for $35.14 million, setting a record for the neighborhood.

Jennifer Lawrence sells Upper East Side Penthouse

May 21, 2020 - Manhattan
Oscar-winning actor Jennifer Lawrence has found a buyer for her $12 million Manhattan penthouse but looks set to lose millions on the deal, according to reports.

Family spends $27 million on New York properties to protect money during pandemic

May 04, 2020 - Manhattan
A family from Peru has paid nearly $27 million for eight units at the new three-tower luxury complex Waterline Square on the Upper West Side.

James Flowers to buy Upper East Side co-op for $50 Million

April 06, 2020 - Manhattan
Financier James Christopher Flowers is in contract to buy an apartment for about $50 million on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

New York real estate hit by coronavirus

March 30, 2020 - Manhattan
The Manhattan real estate market is yet another victim of the coronavirus.