2:20 pm, November 13th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Who would buy a 2-bedroom house for $32 million? PPR-founder François Pinault, of course. Who else?
12:00 pm, November 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Double apartments owned by the late Time Warner CEO, in New York’s most exclusive building? It’s yours, if you’ve got $60 million.
6:40 pm, November 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
San Francisco’s second most expensive home ever has sold — on so-called “Billionaire’s Row.” At $29.5 million, it’s a big one, but it’s got nothing on New York.
6:30 pm, October 25th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Has the Ed Hardy-wearing population magically dissipated and the company suffered, or do the company’s leaders all suddenly need to liquidate their assets for some other reason? They’re seemingly all selling California real estate. Or trying to at least. Ed Hardy founder Christian Audigier first put a Los Angeles home on the market in October — [...]
11:30 am, October 14th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Every time we think we’ve seen it all with the Russian oligarch set, something even more ridiculous comes along. While most of these disputes usually involve fighting one another for money and power, this tale is a bit different: it’s about a dying neighbor and some very tall trees.
10:34 am, October 13th | by Mogulite
Alpine, N.J. has ranked among Forbes list of most expensive towns over and over. It’s known as one of “America’s Millionaire Capitals” and, this year, its zip code took the top spot on Forbes annual ranking of the nation’s priciest real estate.
But who propelled Alpine to such richy rich heights?
6:46 pm, October 12th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The luxury real estate market in California (and heck, everywhere) isn’t what it used to be. Some people have even had to auction off their $22 mansions! Some worried sellers are determined to sell in the old-fashioned open house way, but they’ll also offer you…free botox. Say what?
12:45 pm, October 9th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Society heiress Brooke Astor’s apartment has finally sold, more than four years after her death. They didn’t get quite the $46 million they asked for, but that’s hardly worth complaining about.
11:29 am, October 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
It might seem like a discount — still, $12.5 million is a lot to live in that very strange home.