Luxury Real Estate Headlines | Second Week in March 2019

March 15, 2019

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.

Lena Datwani & Jonathan Hettinger, Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage


"Originally built in 1867 as a single-family home in a row of elegant townhouses on Manhattan’s east side, 23 Beekman Place came into Paul Rudolph’s life when the architect rented a small, one-bedroom apartment in 1961."


Paul Rudolph’s Landmark Beekman Place Townhouse in NYC Asks $18.5M  – Dwell


What Hudson Yards Adds to New York City Beyond Luxury Real Estate – Bloomberg


The Companies You Keep: How to Make Your Strategic Partnerships Work – American Management Association


How letting go of the wrong buyer can lead you to the right one – Inman


House Hunting in … Honduras – New York Times


Jackson Square condo inside renovated building asks $2.1M – Curbed


Jerome Robbins’s Hamptons Bungalow Asks $15M – Mansion Global


Look Inside: A $2M Laguna Beach Cottage with Ocean Views and Gardens Galore – Apartment Therapy


Former Rockets owner Leslie Alexander seeks $3.7 million for Houston home – Los Angeles Times

Real Estate in Brief: Insurance bills, photo fraud and more – Boston Agent Magazine

Investor Paul Shiverick Is Selling His $21 Million Palm Beach Mansion  – Bloomberg


Real Estate Roundup: International Hideouts – Cowboys & Indians Magazine


Queens: the New York borough that escaped Amazon’s tech bros – Financial Times


Take A Virtual Tour Of This $10.75M Old World-Inspired Estate In Park City, Utah – Forbes


New NYC apartments for sale: Spring 2019 – Curbed


Sotheby’s Celebrates 275 Years Since First Sale – Barron’s


Claude Monet’s Haystack Will Hit the Auction Block at Sotheby’s New York in May with $55 M. Estimate – ArtNews


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