Tommy Hilfiger Sells Connecticut Estate for $45 Million

Tommy Hilfiger is starting 2021 off with a real (estate) win—the fashion designer and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, recently sold their longtime Greenwich, Connecticut,  estate. The couple purchased the 22-acre European-inspired country home for $31.4 million in 2010; its $45 million sale price, then, marks a considerable profit. Originally designed by noted architect Greville Rickard in 1939, the sprawling...

These Are All Of Queen Elizabeth’s Homes

In true royal fashion, Queen Elizabeth II has a home for just about every occasion (Balmoral for the summer, Sandringham for Christmas...). Some of these properties come with the title, while others came from inheritance. Here, take a look at the Queen's six royal and private dwellings. 1 The Headquarters: Buckingham Palace...

NYC Falls From Top 10 List of Nation’s Most Expensive Zip Codes

New York has been booted from the upper echelons of the U.S. real estate market. A casualty of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Not a single New York City zip code cracked the top 10 in Property Shark’s 2020 report of the 100 most expensive U.S. zip codes. A first since the company began tracking median sales in 2015. Two Tribeca zips, 10007 and 10013, typically appear near the top of the pile,...

Craig Robinson Buys Lavish Home Office

It’s a blessedly long way from Dunder Mifflin and the mean streets of Scranton, Pennsylvania, but prolific actor/comedian Craig Robinson (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Darryl Philbin in “The Office“) has splashed out $2.6 million for an all-new, Michael Scott-free home in L.A.’s suburban neighborhood of Tarzana. The single-level contemporary sports six bedrooms and a total of six full baths in just...

Barack Obama’s Former Manhattan Apartment Is for Sale

Before he was the president of the United States, before meeting Michelle Obama, and before Harvard Law School, Barack Obama was an undergrad with roommates at Columbia University. And now, according to People magazine, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom Manhattan apartment where he lived while studying political science there in the ’80s is on the market for $1.45 million. The Morningside Heights pad is a...

Jennifer Lawrence buys at Ed Minskoff’s West Village condo

The condominium at 17 Jane Street was built on the site of a former parking garage by London-based architect Sir David Chipperfield. The seven-unit building has two duplex “townhouses,” which occupy the first two floors of the six-story project. Lawrence’s unit has four bedrooms and a 1,410-square-foot backyard designed by Wirtz International Landscape Architects. Minskoff told the Post he was...

Floyd Mayweather Jr. sells Miami Beach home at a loss

Professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. sold his waterfront Miami Beach home for $6.3 million, taking a loss of over $1 million. Records show Mayweather, as trustee of The West Coast Legacy Trust, sold the property at 5501 Pine Tree Drive to Julian and Natalia Saban. The boxing champ bought the four-bedroom, five-bathroom house in 2016 for $7.7 million, according to records. That means Mayweather, who...

Rockets All-Star Russell Westbrook Nears 2nd Real Estate Win

Houston Rockets superstar Russell Westbrook has been busy off the court, in the real estate arena. The All-Star is closing in on a deal to sell his Edmond, OK, mansion. Currently listed for $1.3 million, the luxury home is now in pending sale status. Purchased in late 2012 for $2 million, the massive residence has been recently renovated, and includes a number of upgrades. Westbrook has had a bit of a...

Mask up or get out: Miami condo tower seeks to evict agent for not wearing face covering

Amid local mandates for face masks, a Miami real estate agent faces eviction from a downtown condo tower for allegedly appearing maskless in the common areas. The Marquis Miami Condominium Association filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade Circuit Court last month against unit owner Optibase Real Estate Miami and its tenant, Jalal Abuimweis. The 67-story, 292-unit luxury high-rise at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard bills...

Rents Are Down in Manhattan, But Up in Neighborhoods Hit Hardest by COVID-19

It’s a renter’s market in New York — at least in the city’s high-rent districts. For a relatively small, wealthy, and socioeconomically mobile slice of the city’s more than 8.6 million residents, the pandemic has inspired many to break their leases and move out of the city, relocating to the suburbs, the country, their parent’s homes, or beyond. As for everybody else, a new analysis from...

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