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New York Luxury Real Estate – The Penthouse Jennifer Anniston wanted sells…

New York Luxury Real Estate – The Penthouse Jennifer Anniston wanted sells… New York Dream View from the Penthouse of 2 Horatio - Courtesy: Curbed

…to Marissa Sackler for $12.5 Million, a 16.4% discount off the asking price of $14.95 Million. In a “Not So Hush Hush” way, earlier this year the rumors were flying all over New York’s Luxury West Village real estate market that Jennifer Anniston was checking out a Penthouse at 2 Horatio St, a pre-war Bing & Bing developed co-op building.

2 Horatio LR - Courtesy Curbed/PDE

As a West Village resident myself, I can attest to the fact that this was not just “broker-buzz” but even all my old-time Village neighbors were whispering excitedly about it. Read more…

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305W16: Chelsea’s Newest Best Buy and Why

305W16: Chelsea’s Newest Best Buy and Why Photo by Richard Caplan (C) 2011 - Courtesy CORE / 305W16

After two years of recession-era pause, the new development at 305 West 16th Street opened its doors and sales office as the condop, 305W16, last month. During the past two years, many have walked by the imposing facade and wondered, “What’s behind those incognito windows?” But I questioned it. Really? Here?

A month ago, I was invited to CORE’s opening party at 305W16 and my relationship with the building changed completely. (Full disclosure – I am a broker with CORE and this is not a PR piece, but something I genuinely wanted to write). I was able to experience the building in a whole new way once I was inside at a fun and exciting event that featured DJs, great food, painted models, a fire breather and a flamenco performance. The views from the roof deck, while only seven stories high, were unexpectedly spectacular. At dusk, the open sight lines from the North and West set the sparkling lights of Chelsea and Midtown alight.

The best part of it all is Read more…

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Tight Inventory and More Buyers Lead to Multiple Bids Downtown

Tight Inventory and More Buyers Lead to Multiple Bids Downtown 380 West 12th St, Apt 4D - West Village, New York

The Manhattan Real Estate Market has tightened in the last months and even more for Downtown Condos and Downtown Co-ops. Accurately priced properties are receiving multiple bids again. Open Houses are getting crowded again. My new Loft listing at 380 West 12th St – Apt 4D, had over 45 people visit the first open house, Sunday March 13th. Contract volume is up, new inventory is down.

In January, a Penthouse Loft in Tribeca (approx. 1,900 SqFt + a terrace) was listed for $2.9 Million for two weeks but did not sell. Last week the sellers put it back the market for $2.6 Million. The open house was mobbed, multiple bids were received and the seller accepted an offer in two days. A recent article in The Real Deal highlighted Read more…

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Not So Hush Hush! Who’s Making Luxury Moves?

Not So Hush Hush! Who’s Making Luxury Moves? Photo Credit: Curbed.com

New York newspapers recently reported several luxury purchases and sales.  The NY Post reported that Kelsey Grammer purchased a $6 Million home in the Jean Nouvel designed 100 11th Avenue.  The building on the West Side Highway and 19th St is directly opposite the Frank Gehry designed milky white glass office headquarters for Barry Diller’s Interactive Corp.  

CitiGroup exec Michael Guidice has paid $5.5 Million for two Penthouse apartments at 36 Gramercy Park East, a gorgeous pre-war gothic building on Gramercy Park. Read more…

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