Real Estate

“Marxist” Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors tearfully defended her $3.2 million real estate empire, insisting she didn’t use a penny of BLM donations on herself. “I have never taken a salary from the Black Lives Matters Global Networks Foundation,” she also said Thursday. “That’s important,” she told host told “Black News Tonight” host Marc
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A 25-foot-wide Greenwich Village “gold coast” mansion has hit the market for $11.25 million. But you’ll have to clean your plate before moving in. The 19th-century, 10-bedroom, 10½-bathroom residence is currently home to the restaurant Casa Apicii.  But the new buyer will have the option of returning the home to single-family status. It was formerly home to The
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After months of waiting for renovations, Vice President Kamala Harris is moving into her official star-studded home. The Democrat and husband Doug Emhoff moved to Number One Observatory Circle Tuesday night, CNN reported. Harris, 56, is now the eighth vice president to live in the 9,150-square-foot mansion on the observatory’s grounds. The Queen Anne-style six-bedroom
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Three Times Square, one of the office-tower quartet that brought commercial rebirth to the Crossroads of the World, opened 20 years ago sporting a handsome design by Fox & Fowle. Now the 30-story tower’s principal owner, the Rudin family, has tapped the same architects, today known as FXCollaborative, to gently tweak the trophy for the
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A women-friendly West Village townhouse with a history of successful female owners and renters — including multiple Oscar winning actress Meryl Streep, the late socialite Libet Johnson, divorcée Diandra Douglas and, most recently, frozen food entrepreneur Elisabeth de Kergorlay — has sold for $17.5 million, according to property records. That’s far less than the $35
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Meet Manhattan’s new commercial-boom corridor: Broadway from East 26th Street to West 34th. The increasingly vibrant stretch spans four micro-markets typically regarded as distinct: Nomad, Koreatown, Greeley Square and Herald Square. But there’s growing continuity thanks to new development and investment. Even as the pandemic remains a force, glamorous new hotels are ready to open;
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Back in 2014, Hollywood heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio and spiritual guru Deepak Chopra partnered to help turn 66 E. 11th St. into a den of health and wellness. (All units come with circadian light therapy; filtered water and purified air; bio-based insulation for sound reduction; “posture-supportive” floors; and window box “herbariums” in the open chef kitchens.)
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