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

Oct.October 15, 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. Is the pigeon photobombing the Los Angeles skyline… or is the Los Angeles skyline photobombing the pigeon?

2. A beard-less Ryan Serhant stopped by The Real Deal’s headquarters for a chat on “aspirationally-priced” listings, the industry’s pushback against reality TV and life in the business before and after Million Dollar Listing.

3. On the eve of Throwback Thursday — when the New York Yankees sealed the deal with a 5-2 win over the Cleveland Indians — architectural photographer Evan Joseph posted the ultimate #TBT of the team’s old stadium being dismantled next to the new field.

4. All hale the William Vale: Aerial photographer Dinesh Boaz captured this bird’s-eye-view shot of the 21-story hotel in Williamsburg.

5. We’re all about aerials this week. Here’s another one of South Point Park in Miami Beach, with Continuum South Beach just to the north.

6. It seems like just yesterday Bravo announced the premiere date of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” and the crew is already finishing up filming! Here’s a sneak peek from MDLLA star and Agency broker James Harris.

7. ArchDaily shared this fun one of the Carroll House in Williamsburg. The single family home at 2 Monitor Street is made from 21 stacked containers sliced diagonally.

8. Room with a view, anyone?

Penthouse views. #ReachAndRise

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9. The Manhattan View at MiMa catches clouds and blue sky in this shot from real estate photographer Jakob Dahlin.

10. Take a little dip: It may be fall, but infinity pools are Insta-worthy any time of year.

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