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Halston’s Famous Home

We’re visiting one of the very few New York homes that were designed by the influential modernist architect Paul Rudolph. 101 East 63rd Street later became the home of iconic fashion designer Halston whose decadent star-studded parties were among the city’s most envied invites, a place to both start and end a night at Studio 54.

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A SPRAWLING SANCTUARY WITH EXPANSIVE EAST RIVER VIEWS

This six-bedroom mansion in the sky certainly delivers offering gorgeous views from its oversized windows and a luxurious sense of peace within.

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RISING TIDE: 57TH STREET RESIDENTS MAY LOSE A VIEW, BUT AT LEAST RESALE VALUES SOAR

Surely, owning an apartment among, if not in, 57th Street’s super-luxury skyscrapers must confer some financial advantage?

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German broker poaches $1B U.S. team

A veteran five-person squad specializing in international transactions at Brown Harris Stevens has defected to Engel & Volkers, which plans to open its first Manhattan brokerage at 430 Park Ave

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Ace Your Co-Op Board Application: 14 Successful Real-Life Reference Letters

Attempting to buy a co-op is akin to a job application on steroids. Not only do you have to prove you qualify-with a bundle of financial documents, rather than a

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Renovations But Does That Double The Price?

In a rising real estate market, it can be hard to tell the difference between a fair asking price and dream-on numbers. BrickUnderground periodically examines homes on the market for

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Met Tower condo sale nets Michael Ovitz nearly six-fold profit

Michael Ovitz, Hollywood agent and co-founder of the Creative Arts Agency, is no stranger to the art of the deal. He scored a 577 percent profit from the sale of

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Power Move: Michael Ovitz Dumps Metropolitan Tower Pad, Takes Massive Haul

We’re not surprised that the man who famously used The Art of War as his professional bible made a killing on his Midtown pied-a-terre

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WANNA BE A PART-TIME NEW YORKER?

The property: One-bedroom condo at 225 East 36th Street. Asking price: $599,000 The broker: Howard Morrel, Brown Harris Stevens The reason: This apartment in the Murray Hill Crescent is an

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Snug Like a Bug With Panoramic East River Views

Tucked away on the far east side, a few blocks north of the global headquarters of the powerful and geriatric (i.e., the United Nations) and across the East River from

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Luxury Listings NYC

In New York City, relatively few buildings have been designed and built by architects for their own use. Celebrated architect Paul Rudolph bought 23 Beerkman in 1976. Listed by Howard

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Relocating to New York City-or know someone who is?

Remember back when you pronounced “Houston” Street like that city in Texas, assumed all apartments came with closets and dishwashers, and that coops were homes for chickens? Maybe you still

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Relocating to New York City–or know someone who is? FAQs brokers can (and can’t) answer

Tucked away on the far east side, a few blocks north of the global headquarters of the powerful and geriatric (i.e., the United Nations) and across the East River from

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