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Luxury Real Estate

  1. encounter
    Eva Alt, Day in a Life
    Eva Alt Is Selling DowntownThe dancer turned broker has managed the impossible: making it cool to be a real-estate agent.
  2. brick and mortar
    Welcome to Williamsburg’s Wellness CorridorHeading north on Wythe, a person could go from red-light therapy to a Juvaderm touch-up to a cold plunge without even calling an Uber.
  3. the housing market
    Settling, in Downtown BrooklynResidents say they traded neighborhood charm for amenitized luxury and never looked back.
  4. rich people
    The Mandarin Oriental’s Fifth Avenue Condos Are Having ProblemsSales weren’t exactly brisk before a lawsuit accused the developer of skimping on the details.
  5. the hamptons
    The Best Deal in East HamptonGetting a Sea Spray Cottage can be a steal. If you know it’s available to rent in the first place.
  6. the real estate
    Nir Meir’s Big SwindleThe city is charging the former HFZ developer with fraud on three projects. His colleagues say they saw it coming.
  7. operators
    The Ugliest Divorce in Manhattan Real EstateHFZ’s luxury developers staked their futures on Bjarke Ingels’s High Line debut and lost everything.
  8. operators
    Nir Meir Has Been Arrested in FloridaThe former HFZ developer, who oversaw a $2 billion debacle along the High Line, is facing extradition to New York.
  9. who’s selling
    A Frankenmansion Sets a New Downtown RecordA double-wide townhouse in Greenwich Village is apparently worth $73 million.
  10. luxury real estate
    Plaza RegretThe prevailing wisdom is that you pretty much can’t make a bad real-estate investment in Manhattan. Plaza buyers might disagree.
  11. interior design
    Battery Park City’s Early-Aughts Rentals Go LuxeA Robert A.M. Stern building, before and after big money changed the downtown buyer’s landscape.
  12. architecture
    What Was Trump Tower?His co-star, his political launch pad, his longest-term companion.
  13. who’s selling
    A Sutton Place Penthouse That Just Won’t MoveLisa Perry’s pop art co-op has faced three price cuts in as many years.
  14. mysteries
    Who in Olympic Tower Is Trying to Sell 5 Apartments at Once?We went to great lengths to find out.
  15. mysteries
    The Case of the $13.5 Million Price GapWhy did two nearly identical penthouses at 150 Charles sell for vastly different amounts?
  16. who’s selling
    Why the Gucci Penthouse Has Been on the Market for 8 YearsThe $35M listing price seems to have been plucked out of the air, say some brokers.
  17. surfside collapse
    The Surfside-Condo Disaster Site Will Be a Zaha Hadid TowerMany of the victims’ families wanted to turn it into a memorial.
  18. luxury real estate
    The City’s Largest Office-to-Residential Conversion Is Move-in ReadyHarry Macklowe’s One Wall Street is luring in the working rich.
  19. luxury real estate
    The Merely Wealthy Can No Longer Afford West 11th StreetIts transformation into full billionaire enclave is nearly complete.
  20. amenity wars
    ‘Like College or Camp for Rich People’The lifestyle managers hosting mezcal classes and meditation hour at the city’s amenity-packed bubble buildings.
  21. amenity wars
    Dumbo Is Displeased With Its Giant New Building“Olympia looks like a cruise ship. Meanwhile it’s literally positioned next to one of the greatest landmarks in all of the United States.”
  22. stephen ross
    If You’re So Good at Real Estate, Stephen Ross …Three years and a 50 percent price cut later, the Hudson Yards developer finally sold his penthouse.
  23. on the market
    The West Village Co-op With a Surprise in the ClosetThe surprise is a shower.
  24. housing
    More Luxury Developments Are Apparently Falling ApartWe are spotting a trend.
  25. oligarch hgtv
    I’m a Contractor for New York City’s Wealthiest, Most Secretive ClientsOn NDAs, skirting the law, and $6,000 hinges.
  26. the market
    There’s a Shortage of Luxury Rentals AgainThe glut is gone.
  27. architecture
    Thomas Heatherwick’s High Line Condos Are Just One Idea About Windows, RepeatedThe building is formally inventive but it’s not clear there’s much more there.
  28. the view from 1000 feet
    Billionaires Can’t Get Enough of 220 Central Park SouthIt’s eclipsed One57, where apartments are selling at a loss.