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Joe Tsai with 220 Central Park South, Vlad Doronin with 730 Fifth Avenue, Paul Allen with 4 East 66th Street, Michael Stern with 111 57th Street

Here are NYC’s 10 priciest homes of 2022

New York City’s residential market rolled into 2022 off the momentum of a historically hot 2021 before buyers and sellers hit the brakes in the face of interest rate hikes, economic uncertainty and inflation...

Here are NYC’s 10 priciest homes of 2022
From left: JDS Development Group's Michael Stern and Susquehanna International Group's Tim Gong along with 111 West 57th Street (Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal with JDS, SIG China, TikTok and Kidfly182, CC BY-SA 4.0 - via Wikimedia Commons)

TikTok investor buys twice at 111 West 57th Street

A TikTok investor found JDS Development’s supertall on Billionaires’ Row so nice, he bought twice. Tim Gong paid $34...

TikTok investor buys twice at 111 West 57th Street
Rotem Rosen with an aerial (left) and diagram of 124 East 57th Street (ODA Architecture, Google Maps)

Rotem Rosen faces holdout on Billionaires’ Row

Already this year, blue-chip developers have battled holdout tenants and holdout sellers. But how about a holdout neighbor? MRR...

Rotem Rosen faces holdout on Billionaires’ Row

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