Geena Davis got married at Goose Creek The famed Goose Creek estate in Wainscott—which has been rented by multiple celebrities over the years—has just cut another $1 million off its asking price and is now listed for $12,995,000. In January, the estate went on the market for $15,995,000 and got a $2 million price cut in May .
Now a low-income housing complex, it was once a luxurious hotel Renovations and a change of ownership may be in the works for a historic high-rise near the border of Westlake and Koreatown. Built in 1929, the Town House , which sits across the street from Lafayette Park, was once among the most luxurious apartment buildings in Los Angeles
The Marx Brothers Playground is once again at the center of a debate about what constitutes an NYC Park Parks and Education Department officials clashed with City Council members, and neighborhood and parks advocacy groups at a meeting on Monday. The source of contention is the Marx Brothers Playground, located on 96th Street, at the intersection of the Upper East Side and East Harlem. Developer AvalonBay Communities wants to bring a 700-foot tower to the full-block between First and Second Avenue, and has the support of the city administration
The Greenpoint building, where Spoon and Animal Collective recorded, is split into a studio and an apartment A piece of recent music history is poised to become a pricey Greenpoint sale: The building that houses the Rare Book Room , a recording studio founded by Nicolas Vernhes in 1995, recently hit the market asking just under $4 million. Some of the most acclaimed albums of the past couple of decades—including ones by Animal Collective, Spoon, Dirty Projectors, the War on Drugs, and Deerhunter—were recorded in the studio’s current iteration, located at 48 Dobbin Street since 2000. Brown Harris Stevens’s Nadine Adamson and Kelsey Hall have the listing for the property , which is being pitched as having “every amenity and live/work configuration available to you at home.” The 4,800-square-foot space is spread out over two floors: The first floor is where the studio is located, and while it “will be delivered vacant of all equipment,” instruments and other items are available to purchase for a separate fee
He’s also surrendered four New York City properties President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, has agreed to a plea deal in an ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller regarding Russian interference in the United State’s 2016 presidential election. On Friday, September 14, Manafort pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy and “will work with Mueller’s team in part by participating in interviews, turning over documents, and testifying in other proceedings,” according to Vox
But that’s way down since the recession years In the Los Angeles metro area, where median-priced homes sell for more than $600,000, and residences in the priciest parts of the region routinely command eight-digit prices, nearly one-quarter of all homebuyers pay in cash. Across the LA region, 23.5 percent of homes sold during the second quarter (April to June) of this year went to all-cash buyers, according to real estate data tracker Attom Data Solutions The share of buyers paying in cash has gone up slightly over the last year: 21.1 percent of homes sold to cash buyers in the second quarter of 2017
A couple marries their East Coast roots with their distinctly Los Angeles house In 1949, the iconic Hollywoodland sign in the Hollywood Hills was in dire need of a makeover. Its H had toppled over. Other letters were littered with pockmarks and were in general disrepair
Open New York, the city’s first self-style YIMBY group, advocates for more housing in high-opportunity areas On a Wednesday morning in August, the New York City Council’s zoning and franchises subcommittee convened for a hearing about 80 Flatbush , one of the largest proposed developments in Brooklyn. The project’s developer, Alloy, is seeking a rezoning to facilitate the construction of a massive, mixed-use complex with 900 units of housing—200 of which would be affordable—in two towers, along with two new schools and office space.
In the first half of 2018, the Bronx accounted for 27 percent of newly approved apartments across the city Developers are now looking increasingly to the outer parts of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx for new residential projects, a new analysis by Localize.city has revealed. While Long Island City still leads neighborhoods citywide in terms of new apartments approved to be built, several other neighborhoods have risen up dramatically in the ranks.
The tower sits at Fourth and Broadway Condos in a 35-story high-rise still under construction in the Historic Core have hit the market. Sales opened over the weekend at Perla, a condo tower aimed at first-time buyers.