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A $22.5M Apartment at 740 Park Goes From a Mnuchin to a Tisch

Photo-Illustration: Curbed; Photos: Getty Images It took three years and a $10 million price cut, but Steve Mnuchin, Donald Trump’s Secretary of the Treasury, has finally sold his apartment at 740 Park Avenue. The buyer, Lacey A. Tisch, the daughter of Loews magnate Andrew Tisch, purchased the apartment for $22.5 million using a trust in her name, according to city records. The 12-room duplex on the 9th and 10th floors of what is widely considered the richest co-op in the city has the features you’d expect: its own elevator landing, marble floors, high ceilings, wood-burning...

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A Bay Ridge House With an Italian Villa Feel (Wine Grotto Included)

Photo: Nico Arellano for CORE Price: $5,500,000 (monthly taxes: $1,843) Specs: 6 beds, 3.5 baths, approximately 4,650 square feet Street view: Large Arts & Crafts and Colonial homes sitting on elevated lots, set back from sidewalks lined with mature trees Closest train: R at 86th Street 5-minute walking radius: “The Gingerbread House” (the most famous example of the Arts & Crafts style in the neighborhood, featuring a rubble facade, wavy roofline, and handwrought iron entrance gate), Fort Hamilton High School (and its open-to-the-public track and field) Listed by: ...

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A $525K NoMad Studio and a Boerum Hill Two-Bedroom with a Multi-Level Backyard

Photo: Brown Harris Stevens For under $1 million, one can find all sorts of housing configurations: park- and subway-adjacent studios, one-bedrooms hidden in carriage houses or former shoe factories, and even the occasional true two-bedroom. With price drops rampant across Manhattan and vacancies high citywide, we’re combing the market for particularly spacious, nicely renovated, or otherwise worth-a-look apartments at various six-digit price points. This week: an Upper West Side studio with gold tin ceilings, a Boerum Hill two-bedroom with a three-tiered backyard, and more....

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A Rare Brooklyn Townhouse Listing: Unrenovated, Unstaged and Filled to the Brim

301 Greene Avenue Photo: Google Maps As housing prices in Brooklyn have shot up over the last few decades, it’s become rare to see townhouse listing photos that are anything less than shelter-mag worthy. Occasionally, there might be some photos of a partially-gutted house: rooms stripped down to the studs, wires dangling from the ceiling, maybe a few broken floorboards that only add to the romantic charm. Looking at them, it’s easy to imagine yourself — or perhaps more accurately, your contractor — in the role of renovating savior: refinishing the floors, stripping paint...

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An Early Richard Meier House (With Two Pools) in New Jersey Horse Country

Photo: Connie Zhou Location: Chester, New Jersey Year built: 1966 Architect: Richard Meier Specs: 6 beds, 5 baths, 7,370 square feet, 5 acres Price: $2,500,000 Listed by: Lisa Poggi/Douglas Elliman in collaboration with The Creatives Agent In the early ’90s, after about a decade in a Carroll Gardens brownstone, Alex Vella, founder of an ad agency, and his wife, Ann Marie, decided to look for a new home for their growing family. They had spent a few years interviewing modernist architecture firms like Gwathmey Siegel, but starting from scratch, they soon realized, was going...

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We Unearthed the 31 Best Rent Deals in NYC Right Now

A weekly digest of particularly worth-it apartments for rent in New York City. A spacious newer development two-bedroom with a balcony in Bed-Stuy. Photo: Erick Jaquez / EmpireOptix As new apartments hit the market each week, we’ve taken on the job of carefully hunting through various listings sites, newsletters, and Craigslist, to find the very best deals out there. A good deal on a rental apartment, of course, can mean very different things for different people. So as we sorted through hundreds of listings, we kept our eye out for places that are worth their asking...

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Julianne Moore Sells Her West Village Townhouse for $15 Million

Photo: Tal Rubin/GC Images The nice thing about selling New York City real estate? If you can’t get the price you want now, just wait a few years and you probably will. You may even get more. Like actress Julianne Moore, who, according to city records, just sold her West Village townhouse for $15 million. In 2009, Moore tried listing the townhouse on West 11th Street for $11.995 million but didn’t find any buyers. A few years later, the house was back on the market, asking a little more: $12.5 million. Again, no takers, and she bided her time. Certainly, it doesn’t seem to have...

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Meet Ramtin Ray Nosrati, the Builder Behind Many of L.A.’s Megamansions

Photo: Damon Casarez I always say, ‘The first thing you want to hear from the buyer when he opens the door is ‘Wow,?’ ” said the luxury-housing developer Ramtin Ray Nosrati as he stood at the front door of one of his latest projects: a nearly completed 12,000-square-foot six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home in the affluent Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades. He gestured across the living room to the retractable glass wall and the balcony, which opens onto the emerald expanse of the Pacific Ocean. “If you hear that word, wow, you know you got them.” A key part of Nosrati’s...

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