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“Million Dollar Listing New York” star Ryan Serhant, a Nest Seekers International broker and author, has added one more accolade to his list. He’s launched an online sales course that in its first few days has raked in more than $100,000 a day. The course has three levels of membership. The online-only course, which costs
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New York-born, London-raised actress Sienna Miller — who is also the designer of the Twenty8Twelve fashion brand — is getting rave reviews for her recent roles in the drama “American Woman” and Showtime series “The Loudest Voice.” Meanwhile, “21 Bridges,” in which she plays a Brooklyn narcotics detective, comes out in November. But that hasn’t
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The founder of the chic cashmere company White + Warren, Susan White Morrissey, is about to list her downtown home for $3.45 million. In 2014, she paid $2.95 million for the two-bedroom corner unit on the eighth floor of the Urban Glass House at 330 Spring St. in Hudson Square. “I love renovating,” Morrissey tells
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When Imani Ribadeneyra and Tosan Eyetsemitan were hunting for their first apartment together, they wanted a luxury building in a charming area. But popular nabes didn’t tick both boxes. “There are a lot of luxury buildings in Williamsburg, but they tend to be in overpopulated areas,” says Ribadeneyra, a 27-year-old creative consultant. “Dumbo and Downtown
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Three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep has cut the price of her Tribeca penthouse. The actress just relisted the full-floor spread at River Lofts for $18.25 million — a 26% discount off the $19.75 million ask when it first went on the market in August 2018. Meryl StreepGetty Images, Located at 92 Laight St., River Lofts
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Over 50,000 square feet of office space has been absorbed in Midtown South through two subleases. Havas PR Worldwide and McCubbin Hosiery have now split the former Rose Associates fifth floor digs through subleases at the 26-story 200 Madison Ave. which takes up the full blockfront between East 35th and 36th streets. Havas, already a
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Another large Opportunity Zone site is available on Bruckner Boulevard in the Mott Haven area of the Bronx. The family owners of 40 Bruckner have hired ABS Partners to advise on monetizing the property and obtaining a developer to sign a 99-year lease for the site, which has the potential for a 250,000-square-foot project. Alex
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Maintaining a healthy lifestyle in Brooklyn will soon be easier. Life Time, which runs wellness and fitness clubs around the country, has just leased a new space in Brooklyn — marking its latest NYC location after opening in Manhattan in 2016. The company leased 77,000 square feet in the full-block, 1.1 million-square-foot building known as
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Savanna closed Monday on its planned $180 million purchase of 360 Lexington Ave. from AEW Capital Management. The deal was financed with a $126 million Barclays loan that was arranged by Eastdil Secured. Savanna plans a $20 million capital improvement program to include lobby and entrance renovation, a prebuilt program and infrastructure upgrades. The Grand
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Brazil’s high-end Fasano Hotel company is hot to take over the vacant, former Four Seasons restaurant at 280 Park Ave., Realty Check has learned. Nothing’s signed and talks haven’t reached a term-sheet stage, but a source said Fasano would love to turn the lights back on. The glamorous, 19,000- square-foot venue — a revival of
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The long-underutilized ground-level space at 63 Madison Ave. (aka 28 E. 28th St.) has landed a huge retail tenant — Whole Foods Market, which signed for 60,000 square feet. The new gourmet emporium will have 10,000 square feet at street level plus 50,000 square feet on the second floor. The 870,000-square-foot office tower is undergoing
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Janet Blaser knows a thing or two about reinvention. Once a food and restaurant writer in Santa Cruz, Calif., the now-63-year-old struggled to find work roughly a decade ago as journalism increasingly went online. She lost one beloved job, got her hours cut at another, and ended up working odd jobs, including one in human
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Crazy but true: There’s a bidding war to buy an abandoned asylum in upstate New York that is decrepit and potentially haunted. Saratoga County Homestead, a former tuberculosis hospital full of asbestos that hasn’t been touched since 1973, is up for auction on with Auctions International. The highest bid for the dilapidated property in Providence,
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