Double tap: Here’s a look at the best shots shared on Instagram this week

TRD collects the best uploads from NYC, Miami and LA

TRD New York /
Sep.September 24, 2017 09:00 AM

A lot went down in the world of real estate this past week — and Instagram was there for us to document it all.

Here’s a look at some of the best uploads from around New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

1. Field Condition, which documents construction around the city, shared this picture of 15 Hudson Yards. The first of four penthouses at the 88-story residential tower hit the market this week. The asking price? $32 million.

15 Hudson Yards by Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Rockwell Group.

A post shared by Field Condition (@field_condition) on

2. Beam me up, Scotty: The supertall 432 Park Avenue has a supernatural feel in this shot shared by rental brokerage Nooklyn. Original credit goes to the company’s CTO, Moiz K. Malik.

Photo by @moizkmalik

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3. Stargazers at Grand Central Terminal were treated to a different show this week. The faces of influential women scientists lit up the ceiling of the Main Concourse for three days — and it was indeed lit.

4. Architectural photographer Pavel Bendov has a bird’s eye view of Park La Brea Apartments in Los Angeles.

Park La Brea Apartments in Los Angeles

A post shared by Pavel Bendov (@archexplorer) on

5. It’s really happening: Salt Bae, who became Internet famous for his sultry salting of meat, is opening his first U.S. restaurant in Brickell, Fla. This Insta upload gives us a “taste” of what’s to come.

Feeling salty? The internet sensation known at #SaltBae is opening his first U.S. restaurant in Brickell. #DowntownMiami

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6. @ch3m1st catches the reflection of the Lower Manhattan skyline off Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

An evening with the Leica M10 #inAnewLight

A post shared by Lex Z • NYC (@ch3m1st) on

7. Is that Venus Williams? Why yes, it is. The pro tennis legend stopped by The Real Deal’s Hudson Yards headquarters this week to show off her table tennis skills — and let’s just say, she is the real deal.

Look who joined us for an afternoon ping pong session @venuswilliams

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8. The Four Seasons in Miami is draped in sunset in this picture from @highdrone.


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9. Contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya brings LEGOs to life with his latest installation, “Park People.” The LEGO brick sculptures were seen pondering the meaning of life outside the Wells Fargo Center in Downtown Los Angeles.

10. This photo was captured inside the Woolworth Building, where Alchemy Properties is converting the top floors into condos. It was reported this week that the penthouse unit officially hit the market for $110 million.

Catch these photos and more by following The Real Deal on Instagram. Be sure to also check out The Real Deal South Florida and The Real Deal Los Angeles.

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