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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Real Estate

If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a 19th Century cottage not far from the Atlantic Ocean, you will soon have the opportunity, granted you can meet the $55 million asking price. In a report Monday, the NY Times noted that in, addition to its hefty price, the 1887 house comes with a property tax of $13,848 a year.

If they can get past that, lucky buyers will be able to enjoy the cottage’s seven bedrooms and seven-and-a-half baths (even the numbers evoke a fairy tale), and porch on three sides. According to the Times, the house was named “Kilkare” by its original owners, Michael and Eleanora Kennedy, to evoke both a fictional Irish town, and, as its name suggests, a place where you cares disappear.

The Times noted that the late Mr

Brooklyn Hospital Center is working on a deal to lease a beautiful new downtown Brooklyn health care facility, spanning 67,750-square-foot, from the New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, according to The Post’s sources. 

Francis Cauffman designed the new 11-story building, which contains 180,000-square-feet and is located at 620 Fulton Street. Earlier this month, it was a focus of political rivals Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo as they both partook in the opening

The foreclosure of the Steinway Tower, a 1,400 foot high rise located on Manhattan’s so-called “billionaire’s row” (named for its luxury residential skyscrapers) was delayed last Tuesday thanks to the approval of a temporary restraining order by AmBase, the investment firm which is an owner of the building. 

According to a Crain’s report Thursday, AmBase has filed a lawsuit against the development’s sponsors, real estate investors Kevin Maloney and Michael Stern, alleging that the two

Infrared saunas, a popular amenity for Hollywood celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston, are now being incorporated into real estate developer Extell Development’s One Manhattan Square project, an 80-story luxury condo tower. 

According to a report by The Real Deal Friday, Extell (led by CEO Gary Barnett) is the first New York developer offering the saunas, which warm the body through radiant heat. The therapy is not without health benefits, if Sunlighten.com is to be believed

New York City is about to get a dose of some high-end tailors from across the pond. For the first time, British-based bespoke men’s tailor Lutwyche is opening a shop in the United States. 

On Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Lutwyche has leased the whole third floor of the building located at 717-719 Madison Avenue. According to The Post, the space has “great street presence through 40 feet of frontage and a huge terrace overlooking Madison Avenue. Its tall French doors lead to a grand space