If the 4-bedroom sells before Martin Zweig’s rumored $125 million listing, it will reportedly be the most expensive sale ever on a Manhattan apartment.
He may just be a shaggy-haired guy with a guitar from New Jersey, but his crib is everything you’d expect in an upscale Manhattan penthouse.
The daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton and her financier husband have signed a contract for a marvelous 4-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom apartment in the Flatiron District of Manhattan.
It took a price chop, but Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz found a buyer for their New York penthouse.
When it comes to home purchases, celebrities are just like everyone else — with the possible exception of a slightly larger budget.
The New York Times recently published a piece that’explains how, due to the exorbitant cost of living in New York, the city’s residents exist within a social structure unique to the city and eons away from most of the country.
The Yankees shortstop has his eyes on a 5-bedroom, 4-bath unit in the Chelsea Quarter Condominium building.
The 20-room duplex was listed last year by socialite Denise Rich for $65 million.
The Material Girl has listed her 6-bedroom, 8-bath duplex overlooking Central Park for $23.5 million.
Actress Olivia Wilde recently picked up a new place in New York and listed her home in Los Angeles for sale.
The late “60 Minutes” host’s duplex is located in one of New York’s most grand prewar buildings.
The author behind the “Sex and the City” novels has the swanky home listed for $2.8 million.
While it’s true that few can afford these homes, we can all enjoy their beauty.
Listed for $150,000 a month, the current owners are looking for a tenant to lease the Woolworth Mansion for a minimum of two years.
Funnyman Ben Stiller and his wife, Christine Taylor, have hoisted their Upper West Side duplex onto the Manhattan real estate market for a $400,000 loss.