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    London’s One Hyde Park (Credit: Candy & Candy)

    One Hyde Park has been setting real estate records in London and worldwide since it launched in 2011. Now, the average price per square foot is $10,102, though units have gone for as much as $12,360 per square foot. … [more]

  • Nick and Christian Candy

    Nick and Christian Candy

    Candy & Candy, the design firm side of the Candy brothers’ real estate development business, said on Tuesday they will license their name to projects globally — much the way Donald Trump lends his brand to developments around the world. [more]

  • From left: Christian Candy and Nick Candy

    From left: Christian Candy and Nick Candy

    British real estate mogul brothers Christian and Nick Candy are continuing to scope out the crème de la crème of the Manhattan property market, the New York Post reported.

    Monaco-based Christian and London-based Nick have looked at Harry Macklowe’s 432 Park Avenue, according to the Post, and have also expressed interest in the $125 million triplex penthouse at the Pierre and condos at the new Baccarat development. [more]

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  • From left: Christian Candy, Nick Candy and the CitySpire center

    British luxury developer Nick Candy, best known for his One Hyde Park project in London, has been shopping for a Manhattan trophy apartment, the New York Post reported. Candy has checked out multiple apartments, sources told the Post, including the penthouse at CitySpire on West 56th Street, previously listed for $100 million. [more]

  • Real estate records — across the pond

    December 11, 2012 04:30PM
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  • From left: Jonathan Miller, One57 and Sotheby’s Nikki Field

    “The scale of wealth in this building is just unheard of,” appraiser Jonathan Miller told the New York Times of Gary Barnett’s rising One57 condominium tower. Fewer than 40 of the tower’s 92 apartments remain unsold and transaction volume has already surpassed $1 billion. Further, nine of 16 full-floor apartments have sold, and all the buyers are billionaires, according to the Extell Development president, and at least a few of them are “significant Forbes billionaires.”

    “Despite all the problems economically, you are seeing these people invest in real estate unlike in any period that has ever happened,” Miller said. [more]