CB Richard Ellis vice chairman Darcy Stacom has set records for her commercial real estate closings, but, according to city records, the winsome blonde and her husband, Chris Kraus, a managing director at rival brokerage Jones Lang LaSalle, recently closed a deal of their own: a $4.775 million four-bedroom at 447 East 57th Street. Ms. Read More
When Daddy buys you an apartment instead of a pony, you move in, irrespective of whether you’ve still got your old apartment.
And this wasn’t just any apartment-nor any daddy, for that matter.
In January of 2008, Ira Rennert, best known for his sprawling Sagaponack mansion of near-infinite square footage and Read More
Even if you’re not a fan of modern architecture, the airiness of the space will convert you,” broker Paul Tabor said of the William Lescaze-designed 32 East 74th Street, recently relaunched on the market for $14 million by Brown Harris Stevens‘ Paula Del Nunzio.
Mr. Tabor, a broker at Key Ventures who Read More
Awful things happen in every apartment house,” said Rosemary Woodhouse (a pixie-cut Mia Farrow) of the Dakota in Roman Polanski’s 1968 thriller Rosemary’s Baby. The film helped make the Central Park West co-op the most legendary apartment house in New York. And, like Ms. Farrow said, awful things do happen in every apartment Read More
According to city records, Howard Michaels, the fearsome head of the real estate investment concern the Carlton Group, recently invested some of his own money—$9,367,900 to be exact—in a seven-bedroom combined unit at The Lucida, the Upper East Side’s brand-spanking new, first ever LEED-certified condominium gargantua at 150 East 86th Street.
The 110-unit, 20 story high-rise Read More
The lion in Benjamin Winter has roared, to the tune of $12 million for a three-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment at tony co-op 765 Park Avenue with his wife, Susan. Mr. Winter is co-chairman of the Winter Organization, one of the city’s more prominent and successful family-owned real estate companies. Started in 1901 by his grandfather, the Read More