Thursday, April 9, 2015

To See is to Believe...Insane Car Porch Coming to NYC Condos!


Imagine a home that celebrates your most fervent passions. View the video of this Lamborghini Aventador parking in Living Room of this condo at the Hamilton Scotts, one of Singapore's most coveted addresses, only a select few can ever call home. An iconic apartment that welcomes your arrival with your own car porch in the sky. A residence of distinction that invites you to lounge in the subtleties of sublime luxury. And a space that has been meticulously designed around you, and more importantly, the things that matter most to you. A similar version a robotic car parking system is already available and offered to the residents of One York for a mere $250,000, but that's nothing compared to the $1,000,000 parking spot at 42 Crosby in SoHo. Jimmy Kimmel takes us on a sneak peak below.

Sneak Peak at $1,000,000 Parking Spot on Jimmy Kimmel

See the Car Porch in Action

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous...$28,000,000 Condo for Sale.


As a special treat, we are highlighting the listing for the 11-room condo Penthouse that was home to the the late entertainment legend, Joan Rivers.  With meticulously restored architectural details, ornate d├ęcor and double-height entertaining rooms, it is true that they just don't make them like they used to! The triplex residence is in a fully staffed limestone mansion, originally built at the turn of the century as one of the opulent mansions of the Gilded Age. It features 2 kitchens, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a library, dining room, 5 fireplaces, two terraces and the home's centerpiece: the a grand ballroom and music rooms with 23 ft high ceilings. Add in staff rooms, storage and closets galore for a grand total of 5100 sqft. As Joan used to say, "It is what Marie Antoinette would have done if she had the money!"

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

34% Price Per Square Foot Increase in Brooklyn

February was another strong month for Brooklyn. More sales of smaller units,and at higher price points, applied upward pressure on prices leading to a 34% increase in price per square foot year over-year. For the first time since April 2014, Brooklyn posted double digit year-over-year price per square foot increases for all four bedroom types. Sales also increased this month, as Brooklyn had a 59% growth in contracts signed versus February 2014. While all of this is great news for sellers, there is a silver lining for buyers: only 40% of buyers paid above asking price in February, compared to 55% of buyers a year ago.