Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber are continuing their Nolita house hunt by touring a $9.99 million penthouse at 199 Mott St. “They toured it together just before Thanksgiving,” a spy tells Gimme Shelter. This news comes on the heels of the power couple eyeing a $13.75 million full-floor condo at 152 Elizabeth St., as we
Old Stone Farm in Rhinebeck, New York — a stately residence transformed into a “secret” hotel named The Dutchess — is on the market for $8.5 million. The 236-acre estate has a special-use permit and was formerly an equine therapy center. There’s no signage for the luxury hotel, whose high-profile guests have included Arianna Huffington.
The home of the late Arthur Mitchell, a co-founder of the Dance Theater of Harlem and the first African-American dancer with the New York City Ballet, is now on the market for $1.9 million. Arthur MitchellSylvain Gaboury/PMC Mitchell died last year at age 84. The residence is at 60 Riverside Drive on Manhattan’s Upper West
Internet personality and entrepreneur Josh Ostrovsky — known to his 11.1 million Instagram fans as The Fat Jew — has just moved into a triplex penthouse at 14 E. Fourth St., known as the Silk Building. It was asking $12,000 a month. “I’m definitely looking to buy, but for now the Silk Building is a
There’s something about shipping container buildings that gets people excited. Perhaps it’s seeing something so mundane and functional become beautiful and personal? Or witnessing Tetris-like blocks stacked, disassembled and reassembled to create architecture? Or the fact that they can (sometimes) be cheaper, faster and less wasteful than traditional architecture? Cargotecture, as it is often called,
Shaun White, the gold-medal Olympic snowboarder, is trying once more to get a win for his East Village penthouse. The red-haired freestyle rider has relisted his spread at 425 E. 13th St. for $2.95 million. In 2017, he listed it for $2.79 million with a different brokerage, as Gimme Shelter reported at the time. Shaun
Whether you think Lisa Vanderpump is the queen of reality TV or the best chess player since Bobby Fisher, you have to admit that she has a strong following. In all honesty, she might have the most loyal fandom out of all of the Real Housewives. Her biggest Stans support everything she does from her
Developer Alan Faena.Patrick McMullan Argentine developer, hotelier and former fashion designer Alan Faena is selling his stunning, Spanish-style waterfront abode for $16.5 million. Built in the early 20th century, the Pine Tree Drive residence will be the setting for some rather lavish soirees during Art Basel. Featuring nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two powder rooms,
If you paid all your property taxes early or expected the tab to be the same amount paid in July or October, or thought you had credits, you are in for a surprise. Computers do make mistakes. As the saying goes, garbage in garbage out. So, if you, like Mayor de Blasio, had property tax
The noodles will keep flowing. The East Village building that houses David Chang’s flagship Momofuku and the smaller building next door have been sold for $14 million or just under $1,100 per foot, a very high per foot price. The buyer is a Miami real estate investor who felt that the southern market was overpriced
Much like “jumbo shrimp,” “civil war,” or “working vacation,” the phrase “affordable mansion” seems the most moronic of oxymorons. But we’re here to tell you: It’s a real thing! Contrary to popular belief, buying a great big house of your own does not require a winning Mega Millions ticket or fat trust fund. You just
Paramount Miami Worldcenter.Paramount After years of planning and construction, many of Miami’s most anticipated new developments are finally open. Perhaps the most significant is Paramount Miami Worldcenter, the biggest building project in Miami history when it broke ground in 2016. Last September, tenants moved into the 27-acre mixed-use project, which boasts a 60-story residential tower.
The fortunes of Sixth Avenue in Midtown are soaring higher than the Thanksgiving Day balloons that wafted over the street last week. After years of waiting, developer Morris Moinian’s Fortuna Realty Group appears poised to start building a high-end, 26-story hotel at 1150 Sixth — a midblock site between West 44th and 45th streets that’s
The Plaza Hotel’s Rose Club, where the likes of Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and Liza Minelli once performed, will be trying on a new look and a new name — for the next four months, at least. In an offbeat marketing project, Hearst’s monthly shelter magazine Elle Decor on Monday will unveil a revamp of
A Brooklyn McDonald’s isn’t lovin’ a massive rent increase proposed by a new landlord. The golden arches outpost on Atlantic Avenue in Prospect Heights, which recently underwent extensive renovations and extended its lease through 2039, claims Vanderbilt Atlantic Holdings LLC — eager to get the eatery out so it can build “lucrative, high-density” housing —