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Mansion GlobalManhattan Apartment Sales Are Rebounding

A renovated limestone townhouse at 12 E. 73rd St., a few doors down from Central Park, sold for $41 million in January, the first townhouse sale above $40 million in several years. A slowdown in apartment sales last year in Manhattan eased during the first quarter of 2017, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of public-sales records. After sales plunged through most of last year, the number of sales closed during the first quarter bounced back, finishing just 4% below the first quarter of 2016, which was unusually strong. In all, the first-quarter 2017 performance was the second strongest for a...
Mansion Global - Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Country Life InternationalThe 10 Best Cities In The World To Buy A Property

Because you know you want to wake up in a city that never sleeps... or the city of love... or the city on stilts in a lagoon. Buying a bolthole in your favourite city is an excellent idea. Not only are city pads a breeze to run compared to their bucolic counterparts, but they’re much cheaper; you could start with two for the price of a farmhouse with a pool in prime Tuscany and slowly build up a portfolio. ‘It’s the ultimate indulgence, but you’re also spreading risk over multiple currencies,’ explains Alasdair Pritchard of Knight Frank. Here are the 10 best cities in the world to...
Country Life International - Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Jewish VoiceUber Gm Josh Mohrer Purchases 3 85M Lincoln Square Co-Op

Uber’s General Manager Josh Mohrer is in the news again. As reported by the Real Deal, on Thursday, Mr. Mohrer and his wife Petra Cramer purchased a three-bedroom, three bathroom co-op apartment at 17 West 71st Street in Lincoln square, for $3.85 million. The nine-story, 39-unit prewar building boasts a full service 24 hour doorman in the posh central park west neighborhood. Steve Dawson and Josh Wesoky from Compass represented Mohrer, while agents Andrew Phillips and Amelia Gewirtz from Halstead represented the sellers on the co-op deal. The young manager made headlines in 2014, when he tracked a BuzzFeed journalist en route to an interview with him....
Jewish Voice - Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Luxury Listings NYCGreta Garbo S East Side Co-Op Hits The Market

The seven-room East Side co-op where legendary actress Greta Garbo hid away from her adorning fans and the media has hit the market. The reclusive actress lived at the Campanile, at 450 East 52nd Street, from 1954 until her death in 1990, according to the New York Times. The 2,855-square-foot apartment encompass the full fifth floor of the building and includes three bedrooms, three full baths, a home office, a laundry room and an abundance of storage space. “It’s very reminiscent of where she grew up in Stockholm — close to the water and with lots of sunlight,” Garbo’s great-nephew Derek Reisfield, a business...
Luxury Listings NYC - Monday, March 27, 2017

New York ObserverGreta Garbo's Waterfront Retreat Is The Ultimate Collectable

Greta Garbo’s longtime apartment is on the market for the first time since the Swedish star bought it in 1953. The notoriously reclusive actress resided in the full-floor co-op at 450 East 52nd Street from 1954 until her death in 1990. Garbo left her entire estate, including this three-bedroom, three-bathroom abode, to her niece, Gray Reisfield, per the New York Times. Encompassing the entire fifth floor of the Campanile, this home is an exclusive Beekman co-op. Garbo was drawn to the space “partly because the passing boats reminded her of her beloved, native Stockholm,” per the listing Agents shared by Halstead brokers William A. Kerr II, William...
New York Observer - Monday, March 27, 2017

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