Month: November 2020

Diamonds are forever on Fifth Avenue, where big moves by premier gem house Harry Winston will soon put glitter back into the pandemic-battered shopping corridor. In a major breakthrough for the limping boulevard, Harry Winston is expanding into the long-vacant former Henri Bendel space at 712 Fifth. The elegant, landmarked storefront is next door to
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Welcome to 1015 Summit Ave., home to four of NYC’s least-expensive abodes for sale. According to listings portal StreetEasy, prices in the 38-unit building range from a $60,000 studio — which the site lists as the city’s cheapest apartment — to a $75,000 one-bedroom. At least six apartments there have listed since August, offering buyers
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Seacrest, out. Ryan Seacrest is selling his Beverly Hills mansion for $85 million, TMZ reported on Monday. The host, 45, put his 9,000-square-foot home on the market after buying it from Ellen DeGeneres for $39 million in 2012. The estate boasts four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, a movie theater, a spa, a
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November 30, 2020 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article is adapted from Scott Greenberg’s The Wealthy Franchisee: Game-Changing Steps to Becoming a Thriving Franchise Superstar, which is out now via Entrepreneur Press and can be purchased from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Humans need to feel that they’re growing. It’s not enough to be. You must
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Most Manhattan offices remain sparsely populated, but developers and landlords are confident the work-from-home phenomenon is temporary. Which is why they believe that office towers have a bright future — and their success will spill over into the residential neighborhoods around them. The folks at Related Cos. shared with us some recent cheery data from
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[embedded content] Gold has broken a critical support level, but there is not much downside left, said Alain Corbani, portfolio manager of Finance SA, who forecasts $2,500 an ounce for gold’s upside target. The metal will be caught between conflicting macroeconomic forces next year: slightly higher negative real interest rates, but a weakening U.S. dollar.
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A Brooklyn Heights townhouse sold for $6.25 million. The five-story, mid-19th-century brownstone once caught the eye of actor Adam Driver, back in 2017, as we previously reported. Back then the home, at 154 Hicks St., was asking $4.79 million. But it has gone through a full renovation since then and was last asking $6.49 million.
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A landmarked five-story Manhattan townhouse has sold for a whopping $28 million in an all-cash deal to a mystery buyer who never even visited the property. The 21-foot-wide, 7,411-square-foot Italianate townhouse located at 14 East 11th Street along a tree-lined block in Greenwich Village is complete with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms,
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The Hamptons have never seen a holiday season quite like this. With the who’s who riding out the pandemic from their tony oceanfront estates this winter, the usual warm-weather pallets, décor and table settings simply won’t do. Luckily, Hamptons veteran, philanthropist and super-hostess, Audrey Gruss, has tips for adapting to the new year-round lifestyle that’s
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November 24, 2020 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article is adapted from Scott Greenberg’s The Wealthy Franchisee: Game-Changing Steps to Becoming a Thriving Franchise Superstar, which is out now via Entrepreneur Press. It can be purchased via Amazon and Barnes & Noble. I meet a lot of franchisees. I ask the best ones why they’re successful.
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