RA Partners NY Residential and Commercial Real Estate

Zaha Hadid’s new Luxury Condo along High Line

zaha hadid joins the architectural map of the high line with her first project in new york. the architect was commissioned by related companies, the city’s leading residential developer to envision an 11-storey luxury condominium along diller scofidio + renfro-designed elevated park, positioned at 520 west 28th street…

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Madison Capital’s Soho triangle plans revealed

Midtown-based investor Madison Capital is planning to build a 26,700-square-foot, six-story office and retail building on a prominent triangular lot in Soho, and The Real Deal has a first look at the plans. Madison Capital, led by co-founders Richard Wagman, Philippe Weissberg and J. Joseph Jacobson, agreed…

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Greenmarkets – as diverse as the city itself

Greenmarket was founded in 1976 with a two-fold mission: to promote regional agriculture by providing small family farms the opportunity to sell their locally grown products directly to consumers, and to ensure that all New Yorkers have access to the freshest, most nutritious locally grown…

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15 CPW tops list of priciest luxury buildings

15 CPW tops list of priciest luxury buildings

The Upper West Side’s premier condominium, 15 Central Park West, had the priciest sales of any Manhattan luxury building for the year ending June 30, according to a debut report from real estate database CityRealty, released exclusively toThe Real Deal. The new report, which will…

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RA Partners in THE REAL DEAL

RA Partners in THE REAL DEAL

RA Partners NY, a full-service brokerage that launched last year, moved to a bigger office in June. The firm opened in September with three agents, and has grown to five. Two more are slated to come on board this month. Located at 3 Columbus Circle,…

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Numbers of The Week

Numbers of The Week

$895,000 Listing price of the so-called Amsterdam Castle in Amsterdam, N.Y. — the medieval-looking home served as a base for the infantry from the Civil War through 1995 [Zillow] 55,503 Number of vacated foreclosed homes in Florida — the state accounts for 33 percent of the…

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Hops, Sour Cherry Trees And Kale Growing On Waldorf Astoria Rooftop

The honeybee hives atop the Waldorf Astoria hotel don’t have to travel far for their pollen sources. The iconic hotel made good on a promise to open a chef’s garden in the bees’ backyard, which they unveiled at a media event this week. The hotel has installed…

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The U.S. Housing Market: Home Improvement Is Real

The U.S. housing market is such a critical part of a healthy economy that it garners a great deal of attention. One of the reasons for our anemic economic recovery is that this all important market became so overbought that a bubble developed, and when…

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Paul Mankiewicz, no ordinary biologist

Paul Mankiewicz, improving the quality of life in New York City through urban green spaces and Gaia soil. by Gabriel Silberblatt (Commercial Observer) Paul Mankiewicz is no ordinary biologist and plant scientist. As founder and director of the The Gaia Institute, Mankiewicz explores — through…

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Grenada, a hidden treasure in the Caribbean

In Grenada, Ocean Views With a Spice Scent by Amy Thomas (NY Times) All I wanted to do in Grenada was veg on the beach. I had a stack of paperbacks, SPF 70 and reservations for a Balinese massage. It was my first time back…

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