The Real Deal New York

Posts Tagged ‘Luxury Listings NYC’

  • Where have all the galleries gone?

    August 29, 2015 01:00PM
    A map of NYC's art galleries

    A map of NYC’s art galleries

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Chelsea is the center of the art world in New York, right? Well almost. According to data from NYC Open Data, the zip code with the largest number of art galleries is — surprise — 10021, or the area from roughly 69th to 76th street on the Upper East Side. [more]

  • Nicole Miller and

    Upcoming LLNYC cover star Nicole Miller and the Audi Hamilton Island Race Week in Australia

    1.  Food will meet art at Sotheby’s this fall. Upcoming LLNYC cover star, Nicole Miller, is co-hosting “The Art of Food,” where Upper East Side chefs prepare art-inspired avant-garde meals. Be there.

    2. Forty-year-olds, who never got over their sweet 16, are dropping six figures on embarrassing parties. Luckily Bravo is there to capture all the cringe-inducing excess.

    3. Billionaires gathered in Australia to race yachts, and consume 106,000 beers, six tons of beef, 3,000 sausage rolls, 3,000 bottles of mostly vintage champagne, 12,000 boxes of strawberries, a small volcano of in-season Tasmanian truffles and … one apple.


  • A coffin and a fashion event and Skylight Clarkson Sq

    A coffin and a fashion event and Skylight Clarkson Square

    1. Concerned about Wall Street? Richard Kirshenbaum, LLNYC’s favorite critic/ad mogul/member of high society, has some advice: invest in a Chanel bag.

    2. You may not be able to live like John Lennon, but for tens of thousands of dollars you can die like him at the Frank Campbell Funeral Home.

    3. IMG is adding yet another new venue to Fashion Week, this one dubbed “NYFW HQ.”

  • Luxe life

    August 23, 2015 04:00PM
    A ceramic vase, the Van Dyke love seat from Zachary A.  and Chopard’s latest Superfast Chrono Porsche 919 Jacky Ickx Edition

    A ceramic vase, the Van Dyke love seat from Zachary A. and Chopard’s latest Superfast Chrono Porsche 919 Jacky Ickx Edition

    From Luxury Listings NYC: A ceramic vase imprinted with lace; indoor garden walls; and a Van Dyke love seat from Zachary A. that “looks solid enough for Fred and Wilma Flintstone” are just a few of the super luxe items featured in this issue of LLNYC. Check out the full list after the jump. [more] 

  • Nicole Miller at home in Tribeca

    Nicole Miller at home in Tribeca

    Nicole Miller has been a fixture on the fashion scene for more than three decades. Heading into another fall New York Fashion Week, she opens her Tribeca apartment to Luxury Listings NYC — and opens up on her inspirations for her designs and home decor. [more]

  • 1970 Mercedes-Benz C111

    A new app helps you build and outfit out of oddball clothes, and a 1970 Mercedes-Benz C111

    1. Not sure what to do with that silk Rag & Bone camisole you bought for $395? Well, you’re in luck. There’s a new app for that particular conundrum all impulse shoppers face.
    2. In the luxury rat race, even your toothbrush is getting a high-end makeover.
    3. There is only one drivable 1970 Mercedes-Benz C111 left, and it’s asking a whopping $1 million.

  • George W. Bush cruised around the Hamptons in a boat previously owned by Brigitte Bardot.

    George W. Bush cruised around the Hamptons in a boat previously owned by Brigitte Bardot.

    From Luxury Listings NYC: All the most important news in everyone’s favorite weekend destination. [more]

  • Stuart Elliot

    Stuart Elliot

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The Upper East Side is having a moment. The recent arrival of the new book, “Primates of Park Avenue” and the Bravo show, “Odd Mom Out,” paint a picture of the monied denizens of that neighborhood, particularly the mommies, and their over-the-top rituals which involve Botox, billionaires, Birkin bags, Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman, bad birthdays and bone broth, not necessarily in that order (see “Urban Jungle” for an explanation of those last two and a review of the book by reporter Isabel Schwab). [more]

  • mr-fongs-restaurant-new-york-city1

    From left: Mr. Fong’s in Two Bridges and the world’s priciest restaurant

    1. Hamilton, makeup and Peter Pan: A look at all the parties you should have attended last week.
    2. Apparently, Two Bridges has one of NYC’s trendiest party spots.
    3. And why the most expensive restaurant in the world makes us nauseous.

  • EP-150129156

    From left: an expensive pup, a scene from “Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic” and a sculpture by Jeff Koons

    1. “Go to Chelsea. Go to the Lower East Side. Don’t go away on the weekends — go to the openings”: A top consultant’s tips for diving into the contemporary art game.

    2. Champagne, “fauxcaine” and a trapeze act: 8 takeaways from a ritzy (and ribald) evening immersed in NYC’s Jazz Age.

    3. “It’s like Barneys for dogs!” A posh dog shop debuts in the Hamptons.

  • Screen-Shot-2015-08-09-at-11.15

    Taylor Swift’s squad and one of Bed Stuy’s most beautiful homes

    From Luxury Listings NYC: A round up of the most beautiful virtual tours of the week. [more]

  • fholding-speed-hair_181822160039.jpg_article_singleimage

    1. More and more, brand-spanking new mothers are requesting blow outs and glam appointments before heading to the delivery room.

    2. Rich people have no idea what it means to be poor, a new study published in Psychological Science reports.

    3. The hottest coldest beauty craze to hit NYC is cryotherapy — a spa treatment that pumps out air hovering between an icy minus 184 and 292 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • The Woolworth building and the Library Bar at the Lanesborough Hotel in London -- the city's ritziest hotel

    The Woolworth building and the Library Bar at the Lanesborough Hotel in London — the city’s ritziest hotel

    1. Leave the One57 and 432 Park Avenue penthouses to foreign billionaires; the Woolworth building is what real New Yorkers drool over.

    2. In yet another way rich people have it better than everyone else, the wealthy are using their extensive wine collections as collateral for cash loans. 

    3. Cognac from 1770 that goes for £6,500 pounds (about $10,000) PER SHOT and cigars by Castro’s personal roller: a tour of London’s most expensive hotel.

  • Dog Hotel JFK

    From breaking news on Queen Victoria’s knickers to a private pilot’s tell-all, each week our new Luxury Listings NYC newsletter features the most interesting — and sometimes the most outlandish — stories of luxe New York living in all its glory.

    Included in this week’s coverage is a look at a doggy hotel at John F. Kennedy International Airport and the saga of Candace Bushnell’s attempts to find the perfect match for her Greenwich Village apartment.

    The Luxury Listings Weekly Roundup covers the deals, the steals, the openings and closings, the celebrity home swaps and the trends in home design that make Manhattan the only place we’d call home.

    So, click here to start your subscription, and enjoy’s best downloaded directly to your inbox.

    For editorial inquiries, email To learn more about marketing opportunities, email Junaid Zahid at — TRD

  • Mad man mocks

    July 19, 2015 09:20AM
    Richard Kirschenbaum and his home

    Richard Kirschenbaum and his home

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Advertising mogul and satirist of the super rich, Richard Kirshenbaum, 54, now finds himself under the white-hot glare of the media spotlight, dodging barbs and scooping up accolades.

    With the publication of his latest book, “Isn’t That Rich? Life Among the 1%,” “Kirshenbaum,” a mouthful of a name, is seemingly on the tip of every blue-blooded tongue. The collection of stories lampoons real-life characters that haunt the co-ops of Park Avenue — when they aren’t poolside in the Hamptons or St. Barts. [more]

  • novogratz-townhouse

    Like summer, the new issue of Luxury Listings NYC proves well worth the wait, with its focus on families, fun and incredible finds in our own backyard!

    Raising kids in style in Manhattan is no mean feat. That’s why we turned to husband-and-wife design team and HGTV stars, Rob and Cortney Novogratz. Our cover story takes you inside the colorful, playful home the duo shares with their seven (!) kids – a blueprint for fabulous family living in NYC. And in “Kidding Around,” we explore how Manhattan designers create children’s rooms that are stylish and super fun.

    “Hamptons Trophies,” features a rundown of the most expensive homes in the Hamptons and on the North Fork. And, there’s more dazzle on tap in “Hidden Gems,” as we take you on a visit to the country’s largest diamond factory – in Midtown Manhattan!

    An issue of LLNYC wouldn’t be complete without “Luxe Life.” This month’s must-haves include cool outdoor items for the hot summer months. And, check out the latest party photos from the biggest NYC awards and galas in “Scene/Seen.”

    The July/August issue will be out the week of July 6. Enjoy! — LLNYC



    The Novogratz family

    Hot on the heels of The Real Deal’s report about a Novogratz-designed townhouse hitting the market for $15.5 million, the chic design duo are the subject of the July/August cover story in Luxury Listings NYC. Also in this issue is “Kidding Around,” which explores how Manhattan interior designers create children’s rooms with wit and style. [more]

  • 148 Baltic Street in Cobble Hill and Mike D of the Beastie Boys

    148 Baltic Street in Cobble Hill and Mike D of the Beastie Boys

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Beastie Boy Mike D, also known as Michael Diamond, has listed his swank Cobble Hill home for $5.65 million. [more]

  • Beach-girls-Hamptons1

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The weekend is almost over, but before you head back from your waterfront getaway, check out our round up of the top stories to hit the Hamptons this week. [more]

  • fimgres

    Mick Jagger, Catherine Deneuve and Andy Warhol in Montauk and the Montauk estate

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Looking for a place to hide from the throngs of hipsters in Montauk? A storied estate has hit the market that will put a comfortable 30-acre buffer between yourself and them. Named Eothen, the property was formerly owned by Andy Warhol and filmmaker Paul Morrissey is now listed for the incredible price of $85 million. [more]