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  • For $200k, a visual record of a residence

    December 21, 2014 04:00PM
    John Bigelow Taylor and his wife, Dianne Dubler, creaters of Kubaba books

    John Bigelow Taylor and his wife, Dianne Dubler, creaters of Kubaba books

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The latest luxury for the upper echelons of the 1 percent is a coffee table book memorializing their (multiple) homes. [more]

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  • Inside Spa Castle’s Manhattan debut

    December 14, 2014 03:25PM
    Spa Castle

    Spa Castle at 115 East 57th Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Currently, Spa Castle’s only location is in College Point, Queens. But the spa will soon be debuting its new 39,000-square-foot Manhattan location. Here’s a first look inside via Gothamist. [more]

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  • Princess Elisabetta and Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Archduchess and Archduke of Austria-Este, known professionally in New York as Lili Rosboch and Amedeo d’Aviano

    Princess Elisabetta and Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Archduchess and Archduke of Austria-Este, known professionally in New York as Lili Rosboch and Amedeo d’Aviano

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Starved for anonymity, the world’s royalty are swarming New York City. [more]

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  • Manhattan Christmas shopping 100 years ago

    December 13, 2014 05:00PM
    Christmas 1910

    Christmas 1910

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Manhattan has changed a lot over the last century, but judging from the crowds, street peddlers and the toy store displays in these photos from 1910, Christmas shopping isn’t so different today. Here’s a holiday blast from the past via Ephemeral NY. [more]

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  • Tis the season for pop-up shops

    December 13, 2014 12:00PM
    A pop-up shop

    A pop-up shop

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and high-end retailers the world over are looking to cash-in with New York City pop-up shops. [more]

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  • The trouble with parquet palaces

    December 07, 2014 10:18AM
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    Parquet floors

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Historic, ornate and sophisticated, parquet floors are so passé. Decorative wood floors – if your New York City Versailles is lucky enough to have them – presents a real crisis of taste, according to the New York Times. What will your style-sensitive guests think of your outmoded floors? [more]

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    From Luxury Listings NYC: Is there anything more painful than trying to buy a gift for the person who has everything? [more] 

     

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  • The Henry Graves Supercomplication

    The Henry Graves Supercomplication

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Earlier this month the world’s most expensive watch sold in Geneva at auction for 20.6 million Swiss francs, roughly $21.5 million, bringing new meaning to the cliché “time is money.” The watch features a celestial map of the night sky as seen from the luxurious Fifth Avenue apartment of banker Henry Graves Jr.  [more]

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    George Whipple next to his LLNYC cover photo

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Pocket squares bulged and heels clicked last week at a soiree celebrating Luxury Listings NYC recent cover story profile of NY1 society reporter George Whipple and his Columbus Circle penthouse. [more]

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  • The cover of Luxury Listings NYC on “Fox & Friends”

    The cover of Luxury Listings NYC on “Fox & Friends”

    From LLNYC: Fox News hosts discussed Kimberly Guilfoyle’s cover story in Luxury Listings this week. [more]

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  • Hello sunshine

    November 16, 2014 04:00PM
    Park Grove in Miami

    Park Grove in Miami

    From Luxury Listings NYC: If your sense of the Miami condo market is one of half-finished towers and foreclosure notices, it’s time for a new perspective. The market there is booming in a way that redefines thriving. Consider this: In the past six months alone, nearly 80 new residential towers have been proposed in South Florida. Nearly 40,000 new condo units in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have been announced since 2011, and nearly three-quarters of these are intended for Miami. [more]

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  • Guest gets the best

    November 16, 2014 02:00PM
    It’s the details that make a guest room comfy. Bonus: These Castro Convertibles ottomans also convert into beds.

    It’s the details that make a guest room comfy. Bonus: These Castro Convertibles ottomans also convert into beds.

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The holiday season is approaching, and chances are if you’re not headed out of town, some folks will be visiting you. Perhaps your longtime friends are breezing through, and you can’t wait to welcome them in your cozy guest room. Or maybe you’re crazed to find space for guests in your upscale but hardly spacious one-bedroom. Whatever the availability for your flat — whether you have the luxury of a spare bedroom or you occasionally have guests bed down on your sofa — here are some tips that will make a great host out of you. [more]

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  • Kimberly Guilfoyle, star of Fox News’ “The Five”

    Kimberly Guilfoyle, star of Fox News’ “The Five”

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle kicks off her silver Jimmy Choo heels the moment she arrives at her spacious Upper West Side home, tucking them carefully under a custom-made Lucite bench in the entryway. It’s a hot late-summer day, and she’s come straight from her Midtown newsroom, where she co-hosts the talk/debate show “The Five” and serves as a co-panelist on the recently launched “Outnumbered.” [more]

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  • Gramercy Park in Las Vegas?

    September 14, 2014 01:00PM
    A rendering of the Gramercy in Las Vegas

    A rendering of the Gramercy in Las Vegas

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Palm trees in Gramercy Park? It seems unthinkable. But you should think again, because anything is possible in Las Vegas. The fast-growing desert city will soon have an enclave that aims for a real, Manhattan neighborhood feel: a 500,000-square-foot development that includes office, residential, retail and open space, named after the posh — and private — Gramercy Park. [more] 

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  • A New York City penthouse

    A New York City penthouse

    From Luxury Listings NYC: It used to be that, long ago, a penthouse was the highest apartment at the tippy top of an apartment building. But then real estate developers realized that lots of people would like to live in a penthouse apartment — and that they could charge more if a home was labeled as a penthouse — so these days, the term “penthouse” can mean any of the apartments on the last few floors of a building. A new condo building might have four or five penthouses. [more]

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  • LLNYC copy

    Our September/October issue is bound to raise some eyebrows — the ever-bushy brows of NY1 society reporter George Whipple.

    We dive into Whipple’s Columbus Circle apartment, which acts as a fascinating and eclectic placeholder for his own personal history. The man-about-town is a Wall Street lawyer, a friend of the late Andy Warhol, a farmer, a photographer, an author and a descendant of three signers of the Declaration of Independence as well as Massachusetts senator Daniel Webster. [more]

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  • Uncommon charges

    September 07, 2014 11:00AM
    15 Central Park West

    15 Central Park West

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Once a buyer has laid out millions — many millions — of dollars for a prime piece of the NYC pie, they still have to shell out big bucks to maintain their palatial home. After all, living in the lap of luxury doesn’t come cheap: condo fees, taxes, over-the-top amenities and, of course, the staff that keeps these glittering properties in tip-top shape can add up faster than you can say, “show me the money!” [more]

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  • Penthouses are increasingly commonplace

    September 07, 2014 09:00AM
    17 East 12th Street

    17 East 12th Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: A total of 823 homes whose listings included the word “penthouse” hit the market in the first 29 weeks of 2014, according to data from website StreetEasy. And not only are more penthouses hitting the market, they’re also pricier and bigger than ever before. [more]

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  • From: Domingo Zapata, Ilan Bracha, Andrea Tantaros, Leonard Steinberg, Wendy Maitland, The Real Deal's Amir Korangy and Stuart Elliott, Domingo Zapata and  Kelli Giddish

    Clockwise from top left: Domingo Zapata and Ilan Bracha; Andrea Tantaros, Leonard Steinberg and Wendy Maitland; Domingo Zapata and Kelli Giddish; The Real Deal’s Amir Korangy and Stuart Elliott

    There’s no need to exchange the city for the Hamptons if you’re looking for a good party in August. Case in point: Luxury Listings NYC‘s event on Tuesday night, which was held at artist Domingo Zapata’s Gramercy Park triplex.

    Zapata, as well as his colorful, art-filled home, was featured on the cover of the July issue of LLNYC. The event was sponsored by Keller Williams NYC and the Bracha Group. Click here to see the photos from the event.

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  • Like Luxury Listings NYC on Facebook

    August 13, 2014 05:35PM

    Screen Shot 2014-08-13 at 5.13.18 PMSister publication to The Real Deal magazine, Luxury Listings NYC opens the door to some of the best homes Manhattan has to offer. Our Facebook page is packed with stunning photos of multimillion dollar pads, neighborhood news from around Manhattan and other items from the world of luxury real estate, home design and beyond. Click here to like Luxury Listings NYC on Facebook.

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