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  1. Manhattan rents finally went down

    CNN MoneyMay 05 01:54 AM

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  2. A Worrisome Pileup of $100 Million Homes

    New York TimesMay 28 02:02 PM

    Nine-figure real estate listings rise even as sales of luxury real estate cool. Some see the “ultimate bubble signal” in hyperpriced homes.

  3. Savvy buyers in pursuit of summer property located slightly closer to Manhattan but still near the Hamptons’ social scene are flocking west of the Shinnecock Canal, a landmark unofficially known as the gateway to the Hamptons. It’s no surprise: With a median west-of-canal sale price of $550,000 — considerably below the $1.28 million median tallied...

  4. A Worrisome Pileup of $100 Million Homes

    New York TimesMay 28 08:41 AM

    Nine-figure real estate listings rise even as sales of luxury real estate cool. Some see the “ultimate bubble signal” in hyperpriced homes.

  5. Luxury Condo Boom Is Ending in Manhattan

    The Wall Street JournalMay 10 02:50 PM

    Demand in Manhattan’s super-high-end condo market has dried up amid global economic jitters, just as the market has been flooded with supply.

  6. You can rent an entire floor at The Pierre Hotel for $500,000 a month.

  7. A luxury-condo project planned for the lower Manhattan site of what was once to be the “Ground Zero mosque” has received $219 million in financing from an international consortium of lenders, paving the ...

  8. Jonathan Miller

    Curbed HamptonsMay 18 10:07 AM

    After the financial crisis began, the fourth quarter suddenly became the biggest quarter of the year for high end sales. Why? Real estate appraiser, Curbed graph guru, blogger, newsletter writer, and columnist Jonathan Miller compares prices between the Hamptons and Manhattan.

  9. A luxury-condo project planned for the lower Manhattan site of what was once to be the “Ground Zero mosque” has received $219 million in financing from an international consortium of lenders, paving the way for 50 high-end units to enter a New York market that is growing heavy with them.

  10. One of the bigger stories of 2016 is the slowdown in New York’s rental market. But what explains it? One common view is that rents simply rose too quickly in previous years, making many apartments unaffordable and eventually putting downward pressure on prices . Others point to the boom in multifamily construction, which added heaps of new supply. Figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau ...

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