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Articles about "56 Leonard Street Condos"

  • 56 Leonard: New York, Paris and Herzog & de Meuron By Brad Bergan | December 03, 2014

    Herzog & de Meuron, a Swiss architecture firm, has projects both conceptual and economically practical in New York and Paris.

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  • Bargains for Billionaires in New York Real Estate By Bryan Gamble | November 07, 2013

    Placing the words ‘billionaire’ and ‘bargain’ in the same sentence is really one of those weird phenomenons that is only possible in New York City real estate. But it’s true, the New York City price range for luxury real estate is a relative steal when considering the prices one can find in any other foreign metropolis.

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  • SKY HIGH: The New Exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum By Shwetha Ravishankar | October 24, 2013

    The Skyscraper Museum’s latest exhibit “SKY HIGH & the Logic of Luxury” is on from October all through April of 2014. True to its name, this time round the museum has dedicated an entire exhibit to bring to light the recent proliferation of the slim, super-slim, and ultra-luxurious residential towers that are rising to the skies in Manhattan.

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  • PreSales: New York's New Trend By Clemence Fontaine | July 16, 2013

    The market for real estate keeps rocketing skywardin New York with luxury apartments that sell like hot cakes. Hence the new trend to buy an apartment years before its completion date. To convince prospective buyers and give them an insight of what they could be expecting developers have become imaginative. 

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  • Duplex Penthouse at 56 Leonard in Contract for $47 Million By Aby Thomas | June 27, 2013

    When New York City’s real estate sector learnt that the penthouse at 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca had been listed for $50 million, there were many who had scoffed at the glass tower’s ability to command such a price in Downtown Manhattan. After all, the 820-foot tall building had been the subject of much debate in the recent past—be it the steep prices of the homes here, or its avant-garde, Jenga-like architecture, there has been a lot of love and criticism leveled at 56 Leonard.

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  • New Development in Tribeca: The Sterling Mason By Aby Thomas | April 29, 2013

    For a market that’s been moaning about its shortage of inventory, any news of a new residential development in New York City is bound to be greeted with glee by the city’s real estate sector. And when the proposed new building is coming up in a neighborhood as desirable as Tribeca—well, let’s just say that some of us haven’t yet stopped our celebratory, fist-pumping dances. The project in question is called the Sterling Mason, and it is going to be a 33-unit building that will be making its presence felt at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca.

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  • Views from the Top: Awe-Inspiring Snapshots of New York City By Aby Thomas | April 19, 2013

    Image via Twitter: @WTCProgress There may be several practical reasons for New York City buildings to be as tall as they are, but let’s admit it—we New Yorkers do love the thrill of being able to see this magnificent city from a spot in the sky. For instance, take a look at the above image, tweeted by WTCProgress on Wednesday: this is the breathtaking view of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens one gets from the top of One World Trade Center, the 104-story skyscraper being built in Lower Manhattan, which will soon become the tallest building in New York City.

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  • A Chat with Elegran's Seth Podell By Thomas Faddegon | March 01, 2013

    We sat down with Elegran salesperson Seth Podell on Wednesday to hear his thoughts on real estate and the current Manhattan market.

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