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In 2007 Warren Spector, former Co-President of Bear Stearns, bought a 16,560 square foot townhouse, which also included an extra 5,000 square feet of space outdoors, on West 10th Street. The house is reportedly 55 feet wide and six stories tall. It cost him $34.5 million a decade ago. Now, that same house is back on the market with an asking price of $59 million, after some improvements.
Mr. Spector bought the house with his wife Margaret Whitton, an actress who passed away at the end of 2016. Renovations which he made to the house prior to attempting to sell it again include a installing a garden, a library which covers two floors, and much more. To quote an article in the Wall Street Journal, entertainment was also a goal of the
Brooklyn’s neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant is about to receive its most expensive complex. According to The Real Deal’s sources, the developers of the seven-building Cascade condominium complex have dropped its plans for religious housing and will instead install luxury apartments.
A group of investors from the Hasidic Satmar community in Williamsburg are the developers, who are planning to put the majority of the 301 apartments in the building constructed on the property that formerly
Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign manager, is now facing a different sort of controversy. His neighbors are complaining that his four story brownstone is the local eyesore. Manafort resigned as campaign chairman in August when the presidential candidate’s polls were lagging. There was increased scrutiny of Manafort's earlier work in the Ukraine on behalf of pro-Russian figures, such as Viktor Yanukovych, the country's former president. There were reports that a pro-Russian
In the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, Brookland Capital is planning the construction of five buildings on Madison Street, each with seven apartments, according to a permit application filed on Friday, February 17, with the city’s Department of Buildings.
The five apartment buildings would each span around 5,000 square feet across four stories. The buildings will be filling the vacant lots from 654 to 658 Madison, as well as replace the two single-family houses located at 650 and 652
Hank Freid, the landlord at 258 West 97th Street had recently been handed 15 violations for allowing for short term rentals in the apartment complex on the Upper West side. The city is said to have fined Freid $1,000 for each violation. Fried essentially converted the building into an Airbnbesque hotel by advertising the units on Expedia and Kayak. Visitors were charged between $400 and $800 a stay.
Melissa Grace, spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio issued the following statement regarding