Cécilia Attias

France’s former first lady and her husband want $7.8M for Manhattan pad Cécilia and Richard Attias have lived at the property since 2010

322 East 57th Street (inset: Cécilia Attias)

France’s former first lady is bidding adieu to her Manhattan domicile.

Cécilia Attias, the second wife of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and her PR guru husband Richard Attias have listed their Sutton Place co-op for $7.8 million, or $2,600 爱上海同城对对碰 爱上海同城论坛a foot, The Real Deal has learned.

Richard bought the two-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment for $3.2 million in his name from the estate of actress Mary Howard and her Broadway producer husband Alfred de Liagre in 2010, records show. That was two years after he and Cécilia married in a lavish ceremony at the Rainbow Room.

Cécilia left Sarkozy and moved to New York shortly after he was elected president in 2007, claiming he had 上海同城对对碰交友社区 上海夜网论坛forgotten her and had become agitated as president, prone to sudden fits of rage. In a 2013 autobiography, she claimed her friends had rushed to divorce their own husbands after the split in a bid to bag the president.

The Attias’ duplex apartment, at 322 East 57th Street, totals 3,000 square feet and has three wood burning fireplaces, a double-height living room, vaulted oak wood ce上海同城对对碰交友社区 上海夜网论坛ilings, a home theater, a spiral staircase and a custom library.

It was recently renovated by Shutler Architects and designed by Ralph Lauren Home Collecti新上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝交流区on, according to the listing.

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Four Seasons Restaurant

Inside the Four Seasons restaurant auction: A Manhattan landmark goes under the hammer Emil Antonucci’s “Four Seasons” sign fetches $96K

A Wright auctioneer takes bids for coveted Four Seasons furniture and tableware

阿拉爱上海同城 爱上海龙凤419桑拿There were no bargains to be had, but did anyone expect there to be? Tuesday’s auction featuring roughly 500 items from the ico上海龙凤论坛 新上海贵族宝贝论坛nic Four Seasons restaurant was still equal parts riveting, nostalgic, stressful and – at times – downright gleeful.

Starting at 10 a.m., Wright Auctions began selling off mid-century furniture and trinkets from the restaurant, which ended its run as real estate macher central at the Seagram Building earlier this month. On the sale block were banquettes designed by Philip Johnson, silver serving pieces by Garth and Ada Louise Huxtable, as well as Four Seasons dinner plates and bespoke pots and pans.

Johnny Swing s murmuration went for $90,000

By mid-afternoon, one of the restaurant’s signature desserts – pink cotton candy – had been passed out, and an auctioneer was taking fast-and-furious bids for a corner banquette designed by Johnson that was used in the restaurant’s Grill Room, birthplace of many of the city’s most memorable real estate deals for more than half a century.

With a low sales estimate of $2,000, the price quickly escalated. “$9,500 and I can’t even keep up,” the auctioneer yelled. The winning bid came in at $28,000.

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TRData

Renderings of 416-420-Kent Avenue in Brooklyn and 50 Bowery in Manhattan (Credit: ODA and Joie de Vivre Hotels)

After years of assembling intricate real estate data for The Real Deal s reporters, our research team, TRData, has pivoted to position itself as a trusted source of detailed property information for anyone who d like to gain deeper insight into the New York City real estate market.

Over the last six months, we ve released a range of data packages that focus on new development, contractors, title insurers and lenders, to name a few. In addition to the packages and samples you ll find below, TRData has put together numerous custom reports for firms across all sectors of the industry. We ve also launched a subscription service that will send a list of newly filed or permitted projects to your inbox on a weekly basis.

Our full list of previous reports have been compiled below but this is only the jumping off point. If you or your firm is in need of any type of real estate data in New York City, TRData can help.

Contact Derek Smith at [email protected] or (646) 503-3561 to discuss custom report capabilities and pricing

 

Commercial Projects Without TCOs

A list of non-residential projects throughout the five boroughs that are near the average amount of time we ve determined it takes for a commercial project to go from filing with the Department of Buildings to receiving its temporary certificate of occupancy.

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New Building TCOs Issued Q3 2017

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Steve Wynn

Stockholders file class action lawsuit against Wynn Resorts Plaintiffs say Steve Wynn scandal tanked company stock

Steve Wynn (Credit: Getty Images)

Legal troubles continue to mount for Steve Wynn and the company that bears his name.

A group of stockholders have filed a class action lawsuit against Wynn Resorts, claiming the company gave false and misleading statements regardin上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝g Wynn’s sexual misconduct allegations. The investors, headed by lead plaintiffs John and Joan Ferris, say that the scandal tanked the st上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝ock’s value. The lawsuit als爱上海 爱上海同城手机版o names Steve Wynn s successor, Matthew Maddox, as a defendant.

On January 26, the Wall Street Journal reported that Wynn had forced one of his employees, a manicurist, to have sex with him. The article said that Wynn ordered her to take her clothes off and lie down on the massage table he kept in his office. The woman refused, telling Wynn that she was married. Wynn persisted, and they ended up having sex, according to the report. A series of separate accusations against Wynn followed the article’s publication, and two more women have filed assault complaints in Nevada上海千花网论坛 上海千花网.

Wynn has denied the allegations, saying: The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous.

Wynn Resorts stock dropped more than 10 percent shortly after the sexual misconduct allegations were reported.

The lawsuit is the third class action complaint filed against Wynn Resorts since the scandal broke. Earlier this month, the Massachusetts pens[……]

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Bernard Miller Entities

Son of the late Bernard Miller buys pair of Bronx resi buildings Bernard Miller Entities paid $21M for 3508 Kings College Place and 3511 Putnam Place

3508 King College Place

Bernard Miller Entities has snapped up a pair of six-story residential buildings with 82 apartments in the Bronx for about $20.6 million.

The buildings are located very close to each other in Norwood at 3508 Kings College Place and 3511 Putnam Place, according to property records. The company purchased the properties from MPNY Realty Inc., run by Gjon Dedvukaj, and they plan to make renovations to the buildings.

Representatives from Bernard Miller Entities did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Dedvukaj could not be reached.

Friedman Roth Realty br爱上海同城论坛 爱上海同城okered the deal, with Giuseppe Inglese representing the seller and David Gerstel representing the buyer.

Bernard Miller died of a stroke in 2016 at age 77, and his son Eric Miller now runs the company. Miller had amassed a portfolio of more than 6,000 apartments during his lifetime, mainly rent-stabilized units in working-class p爱上海同城手机版 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛arts of Brooklyn and the Bronx.

Lightsto新爱上海同城对对碰论坛 上海同城对对碰交友社区ne Group signed a contract to buy four Bronx buildings earlier this year for about $50 million, and Foxy Management is planning a large senior center in the borough at the corner of East 179th Street and Arthur Avenue.

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Terminal Stores NYC

Inside L L, Normandy s plan to turn Terminal Stores into a $1.8B property Developers proposing 100K sf of new penthouse space atop landmarked property

A rendering of Terminal Stores at 271 11th Avenue and L L Holding Companies Rob Lapidus and David Levinson (Credit: Getty Images)

L L Holding Company and Normandy Real Estate Partners are proposing to turn the Terminal Stores warehouse in West Chelsea into a $1.8 billion property in four years.

The partners, who closed on their $880 million purchase of the block-sized building Wednesday, plan to spend an additional $220 million to renovate the property, according to investor deck reviewed by The Real Deal.

The designs, which approvals from the city Landmarks Preservation Commission, call for the creation of 100,000 square feet of glass penthouse space on top of the building.

The developers’ proposal includes carving out “an abundance of light-wells” placed strategically throughout the building’s interior, and creating a wrap-around outdoor terrace on the roof. The project’s setup is estimating rents of $135 per square foot for the penthouse office space.

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Manhattan Luxury Real Estate

Manhattan’s hot run of luxury home contracts chilled last week: Olshan Market notched just 14 deals, snapping three-week spree of 20 or more luxe contracts

From left: 255 East 74th Street, Victoria Shtainer, 410 West 24th Street and Jordan Shea (Credit: CityRealty and Facebook)

Like the famous Union Square Coffee Shop and Broadway’s Drama Book Shop, Manhattan’s recent run of luxury-home deals has come to an end.

The three-week stretch of 20 or more contracts on homes priced $4 million and up ended last week with a disappointing 14 deals signed, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly market report. Last week was also the first time since S上海贵族宝贝 上海千花网龙凤论坛eptember 2017 that not one contract was signed at $10 million or above.

A resale at the Upper East Side’s Casa 74 condominium tower took the week’s No. 1 spot with an asking price of $7.99 million. That’s a discount of nearly 6 percent off the $8.49 million that unit 29A had originally asked when it hit the market in October.

The asking price works out to a little more than $2,280 per square foot. The World Wide Group developed the 31-story, 87-unit condo tower in 2008. Victoria Shtainer at Compass has the listing上海千花网论坛 上海千花网.

The week’s second-priciest deal went to unit PHA at the sprawling London Terrace co-op at 410 West 24th Street in Chelsea, which had an asking price of $7.95 million. That’s a haircut of almost 5 percent off the $8.4 million the unit was asking when it went up for sale in May.

Jordan Shea at Douglas Elliman has the listing.

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Michael Gianaris

T阿爱上海同城 阿拉爱上海同城his NY lawmaker is going after Opportunity Zone incentives Michael Gianaris was also appointed to 阿爱上海同城 阿拉爱上海同城a board that could veto Amazon’s LIC plan

Michael Gianaris and Long Island City

State Sen. Michael Gianaris was recently appointed to a board that could derail Amazon’s development plans in Long Island City. Now, he’s going after Opportunity Zones.

Gianaris has introduced a bill that would make the tax break less valuable to real estate developers, Bloomberg reported. The lawmaker said the move comes after he was outraged to learn Amazon’s LIC campus would be in an Opportunity Zone.

The program was intended to spur development in poor neighborhoods — but LIC, which is already seeing rampant development, is relatively wealthy with a median household income of $140,000. Most zones meet the requirement that 20 percent of households live in poverty — but there’s an exception that allows zones near the impoverished tracts to be included. Critics of the plan have voiced concern that those zones will attract majority of new investment, versus the poorer areas.

“What’s become clear to me as a result of the Amazon debacle is the program’s not ready for prime time,” Gianaris told Bloomberg.

Under the program, investors can defer federal taxes on capital gains until Dec. 31, 2026, reduce that tax payment by as much as 15 percent and pay no taxes on possible profits from an opportunity fund if they hold onto the investment for 10 years. The initiative is part of the 2017 tax overha[……]

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