Month: January 2020

Old Westbury is getting some young blood. Vito Schnabel, the 33-year-old art gallerist son of artist Julian Schnabel, bought home on Bacon Road in the affluent Long Island village last April for $2.85 million, but he hasn’t been revealed as the owner until now. Vito SchnabelAnnie Wermiel/NY Post The house was the previously residence of
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The ritzy Meatpacking District — roughly defined as the area from West 14th Street to Gansevoort Street and from the Hudson River to Hudson Street — is about to become even ritzier with two high-end watchmakers opening shop in the Manhattan neighborhood once known for its slaughterhouses. Two luxury horological brands, Audemars Piguet and Rolex,
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There’s a remarkable and rare disconnect between the city’s residential and office markets. Everyone knows the apartment condo-sale picture is bleak. Prices are tumbling. So much inventory has built up that Halstead Development Marketing estimated it could take six years for developers to completely sell them. The office-leasing and residential sales scenes don’t always march
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The Market Lane food hall at Westfield’s World Trade Center complex quietly closed over New Year’s. If you didn’t even know it was there, you’re not alone. It was the city’s most depressing, little-trafficked venue for “globally inspired, locally sourced” food. Its shutdown after just six months was the latest illustration of retail landlord Westfield’s
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They’re not out of the weeds yet. Severe winds in the eastern swath of Washington state have caused a nasty pileup of tumbleweeds — especially in the city of Kennewick, where longtime residents say the pesky plant-based problem has never been worse. “It’s impossible to get them out of here, we’ve hauled them off and
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Real Housewives of Dallas Season 4 has come to a close. The reunion ended with LeeAnne Locken cranking out some tears while apologizing to Kary Brittingham for her offensive comments about Kary’s Mexican heritage. The cast and some viewers have come down hard on LeeAnne. In the meantime, LeeAnne’s wedding planner has been pushing a
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Restaurateur Michael Stillman and his wife, Allison, have purchased an Upper East Side co-op for $6.85 million. That’s just under its asking price of $6.99 million. 29 E. 64th St.Tamara Beckwith/NY Post Stillman is the president and founder of New York-based Quality Branded, the group behind Quality Meats, Quality Italian, Smith & Wollensky and other
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Film producer Jenno Topping, whose credits include “Hidden Figures” and “Charlie’s Angels,” has just bought the historic Halseycot home in her hometown of Sagaponack. Located on Daniels Lane, the home was last asking $7.95 million. The final price Topping paid is not yet known. Topping is married to writer and producer Chris Moore, who’s known
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An architecture firm that designs for Microsoft and converted Howard Hughes’ former Spruce Goose airplane hangar into Google’s offices in Playa Vista, Calif., is moving its own Big Apple offices. ZGF Architects has now leased the 11,502 square-foot 12th floor penthouse at 39 W. 19th St. in the Flatiron District. The firm is currently located
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Forest Whitaker is ready for a new chapter. The “Black Panther” actor, who filed for divorce in 2018, has sold the couple’s Los Angeles, California, home for $3.85 million. The secluded compound is located off a private road in the Hollywood Hills and sports a swimming pool and 11 combined bedrooms. The property was listed
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