Month: January 2021

COVID-19 may have shocked the city’s commercial market but that hasn’t stopped developers from doing what they do best. In fact, a bevy of newly constructed and redeveloped towers are poised to hit the market in Manhattan. Industry experts told The Post that it will be those new buildings, designed with cutting-edge tech and with
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Shaquille O’Neal sold his Orlando, Fla., mansion for only $16.5 million — a Shaquille O’Steal — at almost $12 million under its original 2018 asking price. The 31,000-square-foot complex on an almost four-acre lot has 12 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms and a 6,000-square-foot indoor basketball court, perfect for a pro-baller. The showy property outside Orlando has
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Matthew Perry has finally sold his “kick-ass” Malibu home for $13.1 million. The property first hit the market in August 2020 for $14.95 million. The star of the long-running hit show “Friends” rode out much of the pandemic in the four-bedroom, four-bathroom oceanfront abode.  “This is the scene from my patio. No masks, one foot
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In August, when Facebook finally signed its 730,000-square-foot lease with Vornado Realty Trust for the top of the redeveloped Farley Building at 390 Ninth Ave., the real estate industry cheered. The deal seemed to prove that despite the pandemic, “It’s the people moving out [of NYC], not the jobs or the companies,” observed Tommy Craig,
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Sitting at home has been good business for the city’s industrial sector, which was already revving up to service the influx of packages ordered through online shopping. “We had as much growth in the first three months of 2020 as in the last 10 years,” said Rob Kossar, vice chairman of global real estate company
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It’s topping-off day Tuesday for The Spiral, Tishman Speyer’s $3.7 billion, 66-story Hudson Yards District skyscraper, beribboned with a band of cascading, landscaped terraces and hanging gardens. It’s a milestone for the 1,041-foot-tall tower and for Tishman Speyer President/CEO Rob Speyer, who steered the project from the outset. But a greater satisfaction might be that
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Sylvester Stallone is making Los Angeles expendable. Stallone and his model wife Jennifer Flavin are ditching Los Angeles for Palm Beach, Florida, and have listed their mega mansion in Beverly Hills Park for a jaw-dropping $130 million. The “Rocky” star purchased the 3.5-acre spread in the 1990’s and build a custom mansion clocking in at
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Americans went on a shopping spree in 2020, buying up more houses than they have in 14 years. Triggering the surge was the COVID-19 outbreak, which drove cramped apartment dwellers to hunt for space outside cities, the Wall Street Journal reported. Making the decision to move easier were record low interest rates. Existing home sales
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