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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, April 24, 2017

Real Estate

Uber’s General Manager Josh Mohrer is in the news again. As reported by the Real Deal, on Thursday, Mr. Mohrer and his wife Petra Cramer purchased a three-bedroom, three bathroom co-op apartment at 17 West 71st Street in Lincoln square, for $3.85 million. The nine-story, 39-unit prewar building boasts a full service 24 hour doorman in the posh central park west neighborhood. Steve Dawson and Josh Wesoky from Compass represented Mohrer, while agents Andrew Phillips and Amelia Gewirtz from Halstead represented the sellers on the co-op deal.

The young manager made headlines in 2014, when he tracked a BuzzFeed journalist en route to an interview with him. Mohrer spied on reporter Johana Bhuiyan’s whereabouts using something called “God View,”

On March 7, Restoration Hardware received approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to redevelop 55 Gansevoort Street into a 14-room guesthouse. This new project will be constructed across from another redevelopment that is transforming a full block of buildings that were once owned by the big New York investor William Gottlieb and are still partially controlled by his estate.

The developments are a gigantic change for the area that has been designated as an historic district for a

The new luxury condominium tower at 30 East 31st Street in Manhattan, is upping its target sellout price. According to a filing with the New York State Attorney General’s Office,  Ekstein Development LLC  is now looking forward to a $151 million sellout on the 40-story building. Back in 2015, for the first filing of construction plans, Ekstein set the target for $90 million. In June 2014, Certes Partners paid $15.5 million to purchase the NoMad development site that held the seven-story

Over the years, many famous people have been residents of the extremely exclusive, high- end co-op building on the east side of Manhattan, called the Campanile. The most famous resident by far was Greta Garbo, who moved into the fifth-floor unit in 1953, and remained living their till she died in 1990.  

Garbo’s former apartment is finally back on the market for the first time in 64 years. According to the New York Times, Garbo’s family has decided to list the apartment with Halstead for

On Thursday March 16th, Abro Management, bought two neighboring Brighton Beach rental buildings from the Hudson Companies for $46.9 million, as reported by The Real Deal. The purchase includes 1125 Banner Avenue, which is 11 stories; and 2750 East 12th Street, which is seven stories. Together the South Brooklyn buildings span 115,000 square feet, and boast 102 apartments. The closing price works out to $408 per square foot in the deal, which was brokered by Steven Vegh of Westwood Realty