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  • A 4.6-acre plot in Water Mill by  Robert A.M. Stern

    A 4.6-acre plot in Water Mill by Robert A.M. Stern

    From Luxury Listings NYC: It may not seem like it yet, but summer is quickly approaching — and if you’re hoping to spend the season in the Hamptons, you’d better act now (check out our rundown of Hamptons rentals at every price point). “This was the busiest winter we’ve had since 2005,” said Judi Desiderio, the CEO of Hamptons-based Town and Country Real Estate. [more]

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  • The Hermitage Club

    The Hermitage Club

    From Luxury Listings NYC: New York City may be flooded with rivers of spring slush — but it’s not too late to hit the ski slopes, if you know where to go. From Aspen to Vermont, elite New Yorkers are still donning their boots, skipping the lift lines and “wintering” at luxury ski residences of their own. Care to be one of them? Here are some of the best new homes to buy in upscale (and, in some cases, up-and-coming) enclaves where you can still get on the mountain. [more] 

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  • Retirement and NYC real estate

    March 15, 2014 09:00AM

    urlFrom Luxury Listings NYC: One of the biggest aspects of retirement planning is figuring out what to do with real estate. In New York City, the equation is often exacerbated by the sheer value of the housing here, where a one-bedroom apartment can sell for $1 million or more. How do you pass along something like that to your heirs with minimal taxes? What about downsizing to a smaller place? And what about that second (or third) home, post-retirement? [more]

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  • Nedda Casei photographed in her home’s sitting room, where she gives voice lessons (Photo: Christian Fernandez)

    Nedda Casei photographed in her home’s sitting room, where she gives voice lessons (Photo: Christian Fernandez)

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Nedda Casei, the legendary mezzo-soprano who performed with the Metropolitan Opera for more than two decades, surrounds herself with music. Nowadays, the 81-year-old teaches seven international career opera singers — they make trips to NYC for intensive, weeklong lessons — and hosts the occasional recital, all within her capacious living room. [more]

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  • imagesFrom Luxury Listings NYC: When Sanchali Roy and her husband listed their home with a group of three brokers — one of whom was Fredrik Eklund of “Million Dollar Listing New York” — she didn’t think that it would sell from an Instagram photo uploaded by the Bravo star.

    “We were all kind of shocked,” she said of the deal, which went into contract just one week after listing the one-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom 325 Fifth Avenue spread for $1.475 million in October. The sale — totaling $1.375 million — closed the following month. [more]

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  • Escape from New York

    March 09, 2014 09:00AM
    Homes in Paris and Dubai

    Homes in Paris and Dubai

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Live large in the big city. If you’re browsing for a high-end home in New York, you can expect to pay a lot of money for a rather small space. According to a recent report from brokerage Douglas Elliman, the median price of a luxury pad in Manhattan is nearly $5 million — $4.9 million, to be exact. [more]

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  • llnyc cover

    Readers interested in Manhattan’s glitziest and most exclusive properties should check out Luxury Listings NYC, The Real Deal’s sister publication.

    In our upcoming March/April issue, we take a look at the vacation home market — including a breakdown of last-minute ski getaways — as well as offer real estate advice for baby boomers as they approach retirement. In addition, we peek inside the Manhattan homes of A-listers, reveal must-have spring home accessories and examine how social media tools like Instagram are being used to seal deals in today’s super-competitive market. Luxury Listings NYC will also feature its regular coverage of high-end property news in each Manhattan neighborhood. [more]

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  • llnyc cover

    Readers interested in Manhattan’s glitziest and most exclusive properties should check out Luxury Listings NYC, The Real Deal’s sister publication.

    In our upcoming March/April issue, we take a look at the vacation home market — including a breakdown of last-minute ski getaways — as well as offer real estate advice for baby boomers as they approach retirement. In addition, we peek inside the Manhattan homes of A-listers, reveal must-have spring home accessories and examine how social media tools like Instagram are being used to seal deals in today’s super-competitive market. Luxury Listings NYC will also feature its regular coverage of high-end property news in each Manhattan neighborhood. [more]

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  • A home in the Hamptons

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Forget the shingle-style manses of yesteryear. In the Hamptons, new construction is all the rage: “New is better, more sustainable and infinitely richer in amenities than old,” according to the New York Times. Read the whole story here. [NYT]

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  • Lonny's Next Big Names in design

    Lonny’s Next Big Names in design

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Each year, Lonny publishes its list of Next Big Names, a roundup of interior designers “we believe everyone will be talking about.” These professionals to watch include fresh-faced Manhattan-based designers Young Huh (whom Lonny calls “the classicist”) and Samuel Masters (“the aesthete”). Read about all 10 designers here.

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  • Charlie Ruggles in

    A butler

    From Luxury Listings NYC: There’s a new breed of household help in town. As the expectations of domestic service increasingly mirrors that of the corporate world, The New York Times takes a look at the “new domestics” — the latest breed of household staff who are “armed with a quiver of graduate degrees and a corporate mind-set, or at the very least a grounding in organizational psychology, social work and finance.” Read more here.

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  • A look at European estate sales

    February 02, 2014 05:00PM
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    Thornhill Park in Sturminster Newton, England

    From Luxury Listings NYC: If you’re going to dream about posher digs, dream big. Architectural Digest has a slideshow of luxe estates on the market in France, England and Ireland — including an $8.5 million, 15,000-square-foot stone castle in Dordogne, France, with a tower dating to the 12th century. [more]

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  • A party at the Midtown sales office of the Halcyon

    From Luxury Listings NYC: A lively crowd gathered at the Midtown sales office of the Halcyon — an under-construction East Midtown condo — on Tuesday night to raise their glasses to S. Russell Groves, who was named to this year’s AD100, Architectural Digest’s list of the 100 most distinguished architects and designers in the world. [more]

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  • TRD announces New Development Showcase

    January 24, 2014 12:50PM

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    New development in New York has never been hotter, with condo projects on the rise all around the city.

    The Real Deal magazine and Luxury Listings NYC will hold a New Development Showcase to highlight projects on the market on May 15. The event will be held at the Altman Building at 135 West 18th Street in Chelsea and will be open and advertised to the general public. A crowd of over 2,000 high-end consumers are anticipated to view more than 30 new development sales booths and models from New York City and Miami. [more]

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  • A kid friendly apartment interior

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Tolstoy once wrote that “happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” If he had been writing 150 years later and in a different setting—namely, modern-day Manhattan rather than 19th-century rural Russia—he would have had to note that a lot of that unhappiness comes from living in a cramped apartment with little ones running around. [more]

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    From Luxury Listings NYC: Just how much does it cost to live in this city? And exactly how long is the driveway at the highest-priced home in the country? To close this issue of Luxury Listings, we bring you a host of figures — some you need to know, and some we think you just ought to know. Whether you’re looking to talk politics or garner a laugh from your pals, read on… You’ll be sure to stand out the next time the talk turns to real estate. [more]

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  • The best of New York real estate

    January 18, 2014 09:00AM
    A rendering of One57

    A rendering of One57

    From Luxury Listings NYC: To kick off 2014, Luxury Listings deep-dived into the best of New York City real estate to come up with the tops in buildings, views (city and water views), fitness centers, residential gadgetry, architecture and much more. These are properties and perks that make New Yorkers—and potential New Yorkers—take notice of a real estate scene that’s doing pretty tops itself. [more]

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  • A look at the new issue of LLNYC

    A look at our new issue

    For our TRD readers who would like a rest from talk of cap rates and tax rolls, may we recommend Luxury Listings NYC, our consumer-oriented sister magazine, which showcases the premier apartment and townhouse listings in Manhattan. LLNYC celebrates its first birthday this month. [more]

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    Tom Vaughan and his Upper West Side apartment

    From Luxury Listings: Lots of people sell their homes when they get sick of commuting to work. Now, film director Tom Vaughan is one of them.  [more]

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  • From left: a disco ball, a feather wreath, a carnation snowman and a Hanukkah tree

    From left: a disco ball, a feather wreath, a carnation snowman and a Hanukkah tree

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Hanukkah kicked off the holidays early this year. The first night of the Jewish celebration was the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Hard to believe, but true. Then, of course, there’s Turkey Day and Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Day. [more]

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