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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Real Estate

Montauk Shores may look like an average trailer park on the surface, with its rows of mobile homes squished onto small plots of land, but this park has some special features. It has million-dollar views and its residents are billionaires. 

The Post recently published an in-depth article on Montauk Shores, which says, “Owning a trailer at the park has become the ultimate status symbol for the tony Long Island town’s summering rich and famous, many of whom use their relatively modest mobile digs as a second pad to escape with the family or even as a glorified changing room after a long day of romping in Montauk’s waves. There’s also the indescribable cachet that comes with shabby chic.”

A former owner of a trailer in Montauk Shores

The founder of the online art and antiques retailer 1stdibs, Michael Bruno, and his partner Alexander Jakowec, recently hosted a Maison Gerard exhibit on their Southampton home’s landscaped gardens, by the 20th-century sculptor and architect Marino di Tean. Their exquisite mansion is located on Coopers Neck Lane and was designed by Grosvenor Atterbury. 

Until August 26, the famous Manhattan art gallery and store, Maison Gerard, will be running this exhibit which can only be viewed by

This week, the Kabbalah Centre International entered a contract to purchase the Fine Arts Building at 232 East 59th Street between Midtown’s 2nd and 3rd Avenues. As reported by The Real Deal, the seven-story, 58,000-square-foot property will be acquired from a group of Greek hedge funders for approximately $60 million, which is more than $1,000 per square foot. The deal is slated to close within three months.

The global nonprofit organization which offers Jewish mysticism classes would not

After decades of multiple owners and failed attempts at development, work has begun by Xinyuan Real Estate on a condo project in Flushing, Queens, that will be constructed around the partially landmark historic building RKO Keith’s Theater.

According to permits filed with the Department of buildings, Gilbane Building Co. has been chosen to be the contractor by the Chinese company, which just finished work on the Oosten, a condo project along the Brooklyn waterfront. 

Crain’s reports, “Xinyuan

Sephora is moving its Times Square location to a sprawling 18,000 square foot space.  As reported by the Real Deal, the French makeup and beauty chain founded in 1969, has signed a lease with Vornado Realty Trust for 6,000 square feet on the ground floor and another 12,000 square feet on the lower level of 1535 Broadway. Vornado has a 20-year lease for 45,000 square feet of retail at the base of the renowned 49-story Marriott Marquis hotel. The price and terms of Sephora’s lease have not yet