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  • 20 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village

    20 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village

    Thirty-nine contracts were signed last week at $4 million and above, according to the latest luxury market report from Olshan Realty. [more]

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  • From left: rendering of the penthouse pool at 551 West 21st Street and 778 Park Avenue

    From left: rendering of the penthouse pool at 551 West 21st Street and 778 Park Avenue

    The first week of March saw 32 contracts signed for $4 million or more, 11 of which exceeded $10 million, according to the latest Olshan Realty luxury market report. [more]

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  • From left: 55-57 West 88th Street and a rendering of Greenwich Lane

    From left: 55-57 West 88th Street and a rendering of the Greenwich Lane

    Last month was the coldest February in New York in 81 years. This, however, wasn’t the city’s only notable record. February also saw a record-setting amount of contracts signed for $4 million or more. [more]

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  • From left: A rendering of Greenwich Lane (Rudin Management) and a unit at One57

    From left: A rendering of Greenwich Lane (Rudin Management) and a unit at One57

    UPDATED, Feb. 24, 1:21 p.m.: Buyers signed 28 contracts for $4 million or more in the third week of February, according to the latest Olshan Realty luxury report. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left:59 East 82nd Street and 145 Hudson Street

    The first two weeks of February already saw 58 contracts signed at $4 million or more, which is a record since 2006, according to this week’s Olshan report. [more]

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  • From left: 278 West 11th Street and a rendering of 33 East 74th Street

    From left: 278 West 11th Street and a rendering of 33 East 74th Street

    The first week of February saw a record number of contracts signed for units that cost $4 million or more, according to the most recent Olshan Realty weekly luxury market report. Buyers signed 32 contracts in that price range, the highest number for this time period since 2006. [more]

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  • From left: 20 East End Avenue and 145 Central Park West

    From left: 20 East End Avenue and 145 Central Park West

    Buyers in the Manhattan residential market signed a total of 20 contracts of $4 million or more last week, according to the latest report from Olshan Realty. In total, January saw 98 contracts signed at that price point or higher, about the same as last year.  [more]

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  • Renderings of 20 East End Avenue

    Renderings of 20 East End Avenue

    Last week saw the most contracts signed at $4 million or above since 2006. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: 247 Central Park West and 151 East 78th Street

    Manhattan saw 12 signed contracts for units that were $4 million or more, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly luxury market report. [more]

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  • From left: 271 West 10th Street, renderings of the property

    From left: 271 West 10th Street, renderings of the property

    Townhouse sales took off last week, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly luxury market report. Seven townhouses priced at $4 million and up went into contract during the week ending Jan. 11, tying the weekly record, the firm reported today. “Townhouses comprise a sector of the market where buyers often find a big bang for the buck,” the report said. [more]

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  • Top contracts saw price chops: report

    January 05, 2015 02:40PM
    From left: Unit 71C at the Mandarin Oriental and Unit  8C at 737 Park

    From left: Unit 71C at the Mandarin Oriental and Unit 8C at 737 Park

    On the heels of a stellar year for the luxury market, the most expensive apartments put under contract last week saw price reductions, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly market report. The cuts mirrored the trend for all of 2014. [more]

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  • From left: Bill Rudin and rendering of Greenwich Lane development

    From left: Bill Rudin and rendering of Greenwich Lane development

    Manhattan’s luxury real estate market hit a whopping $11.3 billion in sales in 2014, as prices rose across all inventory types, according to a report today from Olshan Realty. [more]

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  • Luxury contracts break record in November

    December 04, 2014 02:40PM

    From left: Walker Tower and Penthouse 2

    ’Tis the season – for $4 million-plus homes.

    The Manhattan luxury market is heading into the holiday season on the heels of a red hot November that was the best on record. Buyers signed a total of 124 contracts at or above the $4 million mark during the month, according to the latest Olshan report. That’s up 36 percent from November 2013. [more]

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  • The central garden at Greenwich Lane

    A rendering of the central garden at Greenwich Lane

    UPDATED, Feb. 24, 1:28 p.m.: The ravenous appetite for New York City new development product has a growing number of wealthy buyers scooping up luxury homes sight unseen. [more]

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  • In their words

    August 26, 2014 04:40PM
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    From left: Congressman Charlie Rangel, Donna Olshan and David Walentas

    From the August issue: In this month’s in their words feature, Congressman Charlie Rangel offers his two cents on what he sees as the absurdity of government assistance for luxury housing projects. Olshan Realty’s Donna Olshan worries about having too many Midtown condos on the market at the same time. Lastly, Two Trees’ David Walentas does not mince his words when talking about Mayor Bill de Blasio. Click here to see more.

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  • ghost-TOP

    Are “ghost” listings on the rise?

    Home seekers in New York City are growing wary of “ghost” listings used to lure in buyers.

    In the past, agents have been known to use old or fabricated listings on brokerage websites as a ruse to get buyers on the phone — brokers would then say the home had sold and immediately pitch another property, usually less appealing. But the incidence is reportedly on the rise, reportedly because of a shortage of properties to market or increased direct communication between buyers and brokers via websites. [more]

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  • From left: Exterior of 18 Gramercy Park, rendering of a unit

    From left: Exterior of 18 Gramercy Park, rendering of a unit

    More high-end buyers in New York City are opting to live in buildings with fewer — but spacious — units, according to agents and developers. [more]

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  • olshan-898-park

    898 Park Avenue (Inset: Donna Olshan)

    A dismal nine condominiums and co-ops priced at $4 million and up entered contract last week in Manhattan, according to a weekly luxury market report from Olshan Realty released today. [more]

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  • StreetEasy redesign rankles users

    October 04, 2013 10:41AM

    From left: the old StreetEasy vs. the new design

    It was a rough couple of months for New York City brokers who rely on technology — and, really, isn’t that nearly all of them? Not only did the Real Estate Board of New York roll out its new, long-awaited listings transmission system (which some had doubts about) and Apple unveil its much-maligned new operating system, but StreetEasy debuted a website redesign that has rankled brokers and inflamed some consumers. [more]

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  • From left: River House and 860 and 870 United Nations Plaza

    From left: River House (Image via CityRealty) and 860 and 870 United Nations Plaza

    New York’s notoriously stuffy co-ops are taking off their coats and ties, trying to snag those coveted younger buyers who are much more interested in condominium living. They’re doing everything from allowing the privacy-obsessed to put the name of a trust or limited liability company on the contract — a popular option that condos give — to speeding up the application process. A few have hired public relations consultants. [more]

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