Month: October 2019

Larry King and estranged wife Shawn Southwick have listed their villa-like pile in Beverly Hills for a hair under $17 million, according to property records. The ornate two-story mansion, with five bedrooms and a detached guest house, hit the market on Thursday —only a few months after the couple reportedly filed for divorce. The radio
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There’s nothing “yada, yada, yada” about this Chelsea townhouse. The stately spread at 408 W. 20th St., now on the market for $8.65 million, played a role in the popular sitcom “Seinfeld.” Its exterior was used to show the fictional home of Elaine Benes, famously played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
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RuPaul has found a house that matches his larger-than-life persona. The Emmy-winning host of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” just purchased an extravagant European-style mansion in Beverly Hills, California, for a pretty price: $13.7 million. The 10,309-square-foot property has six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and a luxurious pool and patio. Video courtesy of realtor.com Subscribe to our YouTube! Share
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Move over, Vessel — Brookfield’s Manhattan West, which is taking shape just east of Related’s Hudson Yards, has signed its own cool venue to entertain office workers, residents and tourists. But it will be horizontal, not vertical. Brookfield has lured Elemental, a hospitality and “experience design” firm, to launch a 10,000 square-foot entertainment and dining
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Less than a month after Cars lead singer Ric Ocasek was found dead in their New York City townhouse by his estranged wife, fashion model/actress Paulina Porizkova, the property is on the market again for $13.9 million. The house was originally listed for $15.25 million in January, according to property records. It was relisted this
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Alan Wilzig — the ex-banker and race car-driving investor who inspired a character in “The Wolf of Wall Street” — has once again put his Tribeca townhouse on the market, despite reports that it had sold earlier this year. Wilzig tells Gimme Shelter that the property was previously in contract but the deal fell through,
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Speaking of the Empire State — networking and job site LinkedIn is expanding by 188,653 square feet to occupy 501,600 square feet at the Empire State Building. The company already occupies 312,947 square feet of the legendary, 2.8-million-square-foot building. Sources say some of the new space was previously occupied by Coty. LinkedIn was represented by
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A global group of advertising and marketing agencies, Project Worldwide, is relocating to the Meatpacking District. It will be more than doubling in size at the stunning 412 W. 15th St., where it will have 27,177 square feet on the sixth to eighth floors. The holding company for the group of creative agencies from around
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Mama June may have made another boo boo. The troubled 40-year-old reality star (born June Shannon) of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” and “Mama June: From Not to Hot” needed money, so she sold her house in Hampton, Ga., for $100,000 cash to investors, according to TMZ. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home, less than an hour
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Earlier this year, the city best known for birthing ’90s boy band Hanson announced the Tulsa Remote program. Designed for folks who can work (full-time) from anywhere, accepted applicants would live in Tulsa — population: 401,000 — for at least a year in exchange for $10,000. In the past, other cities have stimulated their economies by
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Experiential “play and product” store CAMP is coming to Related’s Hudson Yards. The family-friendly “immersive” concept will launch a 6,000-square-foot outlet on the shopping megamall’s second floor before the end of the year. CAMP, a growing national chain which made its New York debut at 110 Fifth Ave. in Flatiron last year, describes itself as
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