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Richest in Real Estate GLOBAL

September 18, 2017

Richest in Real Estate  Global   Amancio Ortega $82.5B | La Coruña, Spain Amancio Ortega is not your typical billionaire. He spends his days quietly strolling through the central plaza of the Galician city of La Coruña in northern Spain wearing a decidedly unstylish ensemble of a blue blazer, white shirt and gray trousers, and he is often found enjoying cafeteria lunches... READ MORE ...

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LA home prices hit a record high in July—again

September 14, 2017

  For the fourth month in a row, sale prices are the highest they’ve ever been BY ELIJAH CHILAND  AUG 29, 2017, 3:08PM Prices are up in LA County, but overall sales have dropped off since June. Shutterstock Home prices in Los Angeles climbed again in July, breaking or tying a record for the fourth month in a row, according to a new report from CoreLogic. The report shows that the median sale price in LA County jumped to ...

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Bill Gates ” $125 Million Mansion

September 13, 2017

19 crazy facts about Bill Gates' $125 million mansion Madeline Stone and Matt Weinberg Bing Maps With a net worth of $83.9 billion, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates is the richest man in America. It shouldn't be too surprising that one of the wealthiest people in the world also has an insanely extravagant home. It took Gates seven years and $63 million to build his Medina, Washington, estate, named "Xanad...

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12 Wonderful Wine Events Coming to NYC

September 7, 2017

From Tastings to Day Trips: 12 Wonderful Wine Events Coming to NYC Whether you’re a connoisseur who can describe the tannin in your favorite bottle of cabernet sauvignon or a total novice who can’t tell the difference between chardonnay and reisling, we’ve got some good news: there are a dozen incredible wine events coming to NYC this season that include festivals, tastings, day trips, and more that you don’t want to miss. Cheers! By ...

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Manhattan’s average price per square foot surpasses that of other major U.S. cities

September 2, 2017

Manhattan’s average price per square foot surpasses that of other major U.S. cities Manhattan handily beat out San Francisco and Los Angeles BY TANAY WARERKAR  AUG 21, 2017, 1:56PM EDT Shutterstock.com New York City and San Francisco are constantly in competition for the title of most expensive city to live in in the United States, and San Francisco certainly tends to top NYC in certain markets, like median rent, for example. B...

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How these celebs are driving up NYC real estate prices

August 27, 2017

Celebrities do more than add glam to their neighborhoods — they also boost property values, a new study shows. The average sales price for a town house in Greenwich Village near Fifth Avenue barely hit $4 million in 2006 — but that figure has quintupled in the past decade, reaching nearly $20 million, thanks at least partly to its boldface residents, according to real-estate firm Leslie J. Garfield and DataLoft. “It’s a herd mentalit...

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Where to Dine, Sip, Shop and Live in Westwood

August 22, 2017

Where to Dine, Sip, Shop and Live in Westwood Westwood is the neighborhood at the center of L.A.’s Westside, bordered by the “Platinum Triangle” of Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel Air, as well as Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica. Home to the UCLA campus and the high-end residential offerings of the Wilshire Corridor, Westwood has a little something for everyone, including some of the city’s most acclaimed shopping, dining, cul...

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Final Weeks at the GUGGENHEIM

August 15, 2017

Don’t Miss the Final Weeks of These Artistic Greats at The Guggenheim Don’t miss the final weeks of Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim. Over 170 works from such iconic artists as Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Vincent van Gogh as well as other modern masters are being displayed in the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed rotunda. Visionaries presents an unprecedented opportunity to see one...

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LA’s Most Popular Neighborhoods for Homebuyers

July 31, 2017

  A new map shows where sales are rising and falling around the city Los Angeles real estate prices are at an all-time high and some analysts predict they will continue to rise as demand for homes outpaces new supply. But some neighborhoods are more popular among homebuyers than others, and market trends can change quickly in a city as large as Los Angeles. A new map from the MLS tracks which neighborhoods experienced the most—and ...

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50 United Nations Plaza 17-B

July 24, 2017

Avenue Magazine   AVENUE MAGAZINE JULY 2017 | 50 UNITED NATIONS PLAZA Wendy Jackson's exclusive listing at the prestigious 50 United Nations Plaza Residence 17-B, featured in the July Issue of Avenue Magazine. Click here to view the full article Read more

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