luxury: REASONS TO BUY NEW CONSTRUCTION IN MANHATTAN in 2012 - 12/31/11 01:09 AM
TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY NEW CONSTRUCTION IN MANHATTAN 1 THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME With fewer developments on the market, interest rates at historic lows, and the last chance to secure 421a tax abatement's. 2 BRAND NEW EVERYTHING Be the very first to live in your home and enjoy brand new infrastructure throughout. 3 COMPETITIVE PRICING Developers have a realistic understanding of the market and prices to match. 4 EASE OF OWNERSHIP Benefit from a hassle-free purchase process with no board packages, and use your residence however you want—live, rent, or pied-à-terre. 5 INTELLIGENTLY DESIGNED Modern room proportions, … (3 comments)

luxury: Manhattan Luxury Real Estate Market Report - 12/07/11 12:00 PM
Manhattan Luxury Real Estate Market ReportManhattan’s luxury market is defined as the highest priced 10% of all co-op and condo sales. Pricing in the luxury market increased over both Second Quarter 2011 and Third Quarter 2010.
At $4.25 million, luxury median price increased 9% from last quarter and 4% from a year ago. At $1,947, average price per square foot increased 6% from last quarter and 8% from a year ago.
This positive growth was bolstered most notably by a pair of sales at or just over $30 million on Columbus Circle and Central Park South

Market-share by price category … (0 comments)

luxury: One57: Sky High Prices at Manhattan's Tallest Condo - 10/31/11 12:21 AM
    One57, Extell's new 90 story luxury hotel/ condo, began selling units this month. Once completed the building will be the tallest residential structure in the city. Prices are sky high too. The hybrid development formerly called "Carnegie 57" because of it's location on West 57th Street next to Carnegie Hall will include retail/hotel and residential condos. The 90-story building's 136 residential units will be on top of the 210-room Park Hyatt Hotel. The residential units, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen will start on the building's 21st floor, will have spectacular views and have a swimming pool/fitness center/spa on the top. … (7 comments)

luxury: Manhattan Neighborhood: Central Park South - 09/30/11 03:20 AM
Central Park South
Midtown Central, 59th Street from Fifth Avenue to Eighth Avenue. 
Central Park South is short, however, for only three blocks there are co-ops and condos offering perhaps the most famous views of Central Park -- trees framed by the skyline of Central Park West on one side and Fifth Avenue on the other.
Whether you’re looking for a full-time home or a doorman pied-à-terre, prestigious hotels such as the Plaza and the Ritz-Carlton are offering condominium residences for sale; neighboring Columbus Circle buildings like the Time Warner Center have similar stunning luxury properties for sale and … (7 comments)

luxury: Why Does A Real Estate Firm Use Foursquare? Localism - 09/23/11 02:03 AM
The Next Level of Location! Location! Location!
We're thrilled to share that Corcoran has been included as a case study (we're the first one in Chapter One) in the upcoming 'Power Of Foursquare' book by acclaimed business writer Carmine Gallo. Find out more at
The book describes how businesses such as ours are leveraging the foursquare platform to grow their brands, and it's a great read. Carmine chats with Matthew Shadbolt, Director of Interactive Product Marketing for the Corcoran Group. Why does a luxury real estate firm use foursquare?
"How do you find a great apartment in Manhattan? - By … (13 comments)

luxury: “PLAYSPACE BY CITIBABES” AT LINDEN78 - 05/17/11 01:52 AM

Linden78 launches the first residential collaboration in New York City with Citibabes, a leading family lifestyle brand focused on children’s education. 
The newly installed resident’s only playroom at the boutique Upper West Side condo located at 230 West 78th Street, will feature a Citibabes’ signature custom-designed room geared at enriching childhood play for children ages 0-10. 
Citibabes, founded in 2005, has recently branched out of the classroom, providing design consultation services, where they design, purchase and install all furniture and fixtures creating tailor-made play spaces.
The new “PlaySpace by Citibabes” will provide children with a variety of … (2 comments)

luxury: Market Wide - West Side - Manhattan Market Quarterly Report - 1Q 2011 - 04/02/11 05:38 AM

The Manhattan market had a solid performance during First Quarter 2011. The number of sales was improved both versus last year (up 6%) and last quarter (up 7%). Prices continued their steady course.
Market-wide for all apartments the average price was up 2%, median price was down 2% and average price per square foot was down 1% versus First Quarter 2010, all negligible changes. Listed inventory is virtually unchanged from First Quarter 2010 at approximately 9,000 units available for sale.
However, nuances in supply and demand are having different effects between various neighborhoods, product types and market segments. For … (11 comments)

luxury: Condos and Condops on Upper Broadway on The Upper West Side - 02/09/11 03:53 AM

Broadway is the busiest boulevard on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Everything happens on The Boulevard.
Upper Broadway, the hub of the Upper West Side architecturally is an eclectic mix of pre war buildings with modern luxury full service buildings.
The most famous condo on Broadway,The Ansonia is Broadway's most opulent structure. When The Ansonia opened in 1904 it was called: "The most technologically advanced apartment house in the world"
Apthorp Apartments, the elegant full-block apartment complex built by the Astor family for the New York elite has converted its 163 apartments to condominiums. The landmark 1908 building has … (10 comments)

luxury: The Aldyn - 60 Riverside Boulevard - Riverside South - Upper West Side - 09/17/10 11:56 AM

Last night I attended a gala opening at The Aldyn, a new luxury residential 40 story building at 60 Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
The building will have rental apartments on the second through tenth floors and condominium apartments from the 11th floor through the 40th floor.
Extell, the developer teamed with eight CFDA members for a designer show house called “American Fashion: Designers at The Aldyn.”
The party took place the last night of NY Fashion Week. Each room in the luxury waterfront apartments were designed and unveiled last night by fashion designers including … (6 comments)

luxury: Speechless Sunday: Real Estate Porn - 07/11/10 02:10 AM


Only three apartments are still for sale at 535 West End Avenue, the new luxury condominium at West End Avenue at 86th Street.
Apartment 16,  6 bedroom 6 bath full floor 6,637 square foot apartment asking $25 million.
Apartment 3A,  6 bedroom 5.5 bath 4,396 square foot apartment asking $10 million.
Apartment 5B,  5 bedroom 4.5 bath 3,744 square foot apartment asking $9 million.

The luxury development marketed as "21st Century Pre-War Condos" includes an indoor swimming pool with his and hers saunas, a billiards room, and Kosher kitchens for the half-floor and … (11 comments)

luxury: The Quintessential (Upper West Side) Manhattan Apartment - 10/26/09 09:31 AM
Contract Signed
One Bedroom with Balcony
Price: $675,000
Maintenance: $1281
(Location, Views, Outdoor Space, Luxury Amenities)


Best of Both Worlds
Flexibility and Amenities of a Condo - Quality of Life and Tax Deduction of a Co-op
Sun drenched quiet One Bedroom apartment with south facing balcony overlooking landmark Church. Lovely views of historic Upper West Side. Apartment features over sized windows, marble bath, cherry wood herringbone floors, open kitchen and three closets.
The Boulevard is a grand post-modern full service condop located on Broadway between 86th … (5 comments)

luxury: Coldwell Banker Previews lists $125M Property - 04/14/07 05:09 AM

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