Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
From LLNYC: A fundamental rule of real estate investing is not to buy the most expensive home on the block. Well what about the most expensive home in the whole neighborhood?
It’s Earth Day, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate across the city. But while we’ve got you here, why not have a look back at some the most interesting green developments out there? 1. A proposed vertical farm on the High Line This mixed-use concept at the Rem Koolhaas parcel at 511 West 18th Street would include residences, an art gallery and the kicker: 10 levels of indoor farming terraces. You can read more about the […]
In New York City real estate, unethical behavior is the elephant in the room: a subject brokers generally avoid. And with the average apartment selling for more than $1 million even in this down market, it’s hard to reconcile Manhattan’s power brokers, who have armies of assistants and star-studded clienteles, with the historically unsavory image of the stereotypical real estate salesman.
From LLNYC: Nestled in the historic center of Marrakech is Riad Sultan, a 16,000-square-foot former palace once owned by royalty — the country’s grand vizier, Madani el Glaoui. In 1998, the home was purchased by its current owners — French publicist Homero Machry and his partner his partner, Thierry de Beaucé, an author, diplomat, and former secretary of state to the French minister of Foreign Affairs.
A 50,000-square-foot mansion in the New Jersey in the township of Mahwah has hit the market asking $48 million, making it one of the priciest listings in the state. Formerly known as the Crocker Mansion, the 29-bathroom and 21-bedroom is being marketed by the owner Ilija Pavlovic, who owns the real estate brokerage Special Properties Real Estate Services. Pavlovic bought the mansion for $8.88 million in 2008 from developer Darlington Associates, and took on the […]