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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Real Estate

The luxurious Greenwich, Connecticut estate of successful shoe designer Vince Camuto has hit the market for $25 million, through listing agent David Ogilvy.

Camuto gained popularity for his line of shoes named after himself, and for co-founding the footwear company Nine West. In the 1980s, he decided to move out of New York City to a more rural area and purchased this crumbling house, which he saw as a “diamond in the rough.” Decades later, the once dilapidated dwelling is a glorious mansion. Known as Ream Chateau, the house expands across 16,000-square-foot and contains 11 bedrooms, 14 baths, and seven half-baths.

Camuto used his eye for design to decorate the home. He referred to himself as a "frustrated architect and historian.”

This year, the number 1 spot in The Real Deal’s ranking of the top real estate brokers of the East End went to the duo Zachary and Cody Vichinsky, who started Bespoke Real Estate three years ago and have close to $1 billion in exclusive listings. 

The brother power duo exclusively handles the most expensive properties. As of early June, they had 36 listings that accounted for a combined total that was slightly over $969 million. The siblings’ brokerage took the number 6 stop in The Real Deal’s

Clipper Equity owner David Bistricer is looking to offer 166 condominium units at 70 Battery Place according to an offering plan filed last week with the New York state Attorney General’s office, reports The Real Deal.

The total projected sellout for the converted rental apartments is $192 million and Clipper Equity paid $73.6 million for the building in 2014, says The Real Deal.

In 1999 the Brodsky Organization built 70 Battery Place, also known as River Watch, and tax records reveal that it

For the moment at least, the longtime Upper East Side home of Aby Rosen has escaped the auction block. 

The townhouse located at 5 East 80th Street is currently owned by the Republic of Niger. After the West African country defaulted on a large judgment last year, the property was scheduled to be sold on June 27 by the U.S. Marshals Service. Then on June 13, a judge issued a stay of execution, which gave Niger more time to pau the $46 million.

According to The Real Deal, “The dispute began

On Tuesday night, June 27, a city panel voted to permit landlords to raise rents on one-year and two-year leases for approximately one million rent-regulated apartments in New York City. This is the first time in three years that these tenants will have their rent increased. 

For two years in a row, the Rent Guidelines Board was swayed by tenant activists and political leaders to vote to freeze rents on one-year leases and allow only a 2 percent increase on two-year leases. Never before had