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A “legally” haunted New York house is on the market again. Former owner Helen Ackley — who lived in the Queen Anne Victorian at 1 LaVeta Place in Nyack, NY, from the 1960s to the late 1980s — publicly asserted the presence of various poltergeists who hailed from the Revolutionary War era and regularly shook
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Real estate investor and former tech investor Arthur Becker’s savvy $20 million stake in architect Cary Tamarkin’s 10 Sullivan St. keeps paying off. In 2016, Becker (who was married to Vera Wang from 1989 to 2012) traded that stake in the Soho building for three adjacent townhouses that are also part of the development: Nos.
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Some hungry buyer could be top chef David Bouley’s new Tribeca neighbor. A three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,175-square-foot home at 161 Duane St., where he owns a condo, has returned to market for $4.45 million, down from its original $5.1 million asking price last year. It’s located two floors below Bouley’s, which he listed last January for
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Photographer Raphael Mazzucco’s Montauk estate has sold to married celebrity interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 53 Kettle Hole Road went on the market in 2017 for $4.35 million. After several price chops, per Realtor.com, it was last asking $1.59 million. (Mazzucco bought it for $920,000 in 2003.) It
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Cartoonist Stan Mack and his writer/editor wife Susan Champlin have just listed their West Village home for $1.72 million. Mack, who’s owned this unit for some 30 years, is best known for his “Stan Mack’s Real Life Funnies” series that appeared in the Village Voice for more than two decades. Together with Champlin, he published
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Brooklyn Nets star DeAndre Jordan just signed a $40 million, four-year contract — and he’s looking for a new home. One spot he toured is a Tribeca loft at 108 Franklin St. The four-bedroom, 5,086-square-foot pad is not publicly for sale right now but was most recently asking $6.3 million. DeAndre JordanWireImage “New York fans
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Nobody in New York wants to live in Donald Trump’s childhood home. And with an asking price that’s two times the Queens neighborhood’s median sale price, who would? The modest 2,000-square-foot Jamaica Estates house, where Fred Trump raised the Donald, will once again face the hammer on Nov. 14. Qualified bidders are being asked to
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Merriam-Webster has become the latest dictionary to affirm the use of singular they for non-binary people (Getty) The Merriam-Webster dictionary has recognised the use of ‘they’ as a singular gender-neutral pronoun. The influential American English dictionary made the announcement on September 17 as it rolled out a new edition, hot on the heels of Sam
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Conservative journalist Douglas Murray on the BBC Radio 4 Today show (Twitter/@BBCr4today) A Conservative journalist who misgendered Sam Smith and claimed there’s “no such thing” as non-binary was quickly put in his place by a fellow journalist live on BBC Radio 4. Douglas Murray appeared on the radio show after writing a Telegraph article on
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Brooklyn is getting traction as creative brands once again start to take advantage of lower rents and city tax incentives. According to CBRE’s 2019 second quarter report, tenants migrating from Manhattan represented 17 percent of Brooklyn’s total leasing activity of 599,000 square feet. But there is so much new space — over 4 million square
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