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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Real Estate

A one-bedroom duplex condo in the limestone mansion in which the late Joan Rivers held residence in penthouse triplex, is now back on the market for $4.25 million. In 2015, the same apartment was listed for $6 million. 

The former residence of the beloved comedian, located at 1 E 62nd Street, is said to have another permanent tenant. The six-story building is supposedly haunted by a ghost that goes by the name “Mrs. Spencer.” 

The 1,100-square-foot unit includes 1½ bathrooms and a42-foot-wide edifice designed by architect Horace Trumbauer. Located just off the lobby, the apartment for sale was originally the mansion’s library. It has a gorgeous fireplace, dramatic windows and 14-foot high ceilings. It was also once owned by the

NoMo SoHo, the trendy five star hotel in NYC’s Soho district, is taking it up a notch. The 264-room luxury hotel will be unveiling a new 1,100-square-foot signature penthouse suite, with an additional 1,000 square feet of outdoor terrace space. As reported by the Real Deal, the penthouse, located on the hotel’s 26th floor, will feature customizable space with a kitchenette, wet bar, large living area and a master bedroom. It will officially become available on June 1. Pricing for the suite

Pistilli Realty Group is an investment firm based in Astoria, Queens. They are led by the Pistilli family. Recently, according to The Real Deal real estate reporting site, they made a purchase of six buildings in the Bronx to the tune of $38.5 million, or $206 per square foot.

The purchase was made from Kassirer Emerald Equity Group, which had ownership of the properties since October of 2015.  Back then, Isaac Kassirer had purchased them as part of a bigger real estate portfolio (known as

Amid the litany of high end retailers who have been compelled to shutter their doors due to a precipitous drop in revenue from the average shopper has been the iconic fashion designer, Ralph Lauren.  Mr. Lauren is better known in common parlance amongst native New Yorkers as Ralph Lipschitz, originally from the Bronx.  

Since the lights have been shut for the final time in Mr. Lauren’s Fifth Avenue flagship store, it has been reported that the struggling fashion house has been still shelling

On Thursday, April 20, developer Two Trees Management announced that in the summer of 2018, the giant new public park will open along the Williamsburg waterfront. The park is one component of the overall Domino redevelopment project.

The new waterfront park will span a quarter of a mile and be called Domino Park. The same firm that headed the construction of the High Line, James Corner Field Operations, have designed this new park. 

According to Curbed New York, “Much like the High Line