Haute Estates

New York

CEO and Publisher of the New York Times Arthur “Pinch” Sulzberger, Jr. Purchases Multi-Million Dollar N.Y. co-op

Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger, Jr. threw down $3.9 million for a six-room penthouse in the upscale Lincoln Square section of Manhattan. The lavish co-op is located at the Dorilton and features three bedrooms, a spacious 2,000 square-foot terrace, and awe-inspiring, 25-foot skylights in both the living and dining room areas. Read More

New York

Gayle A. Ching Presents $13 Million Kamuela Home

Book Shelves,Ceiling Fan,Chandelier,Computer Room,Dining Area,Deck/Lanai/Balcony,Den/Office/Study,Dining Room,Exterior Sprinkler,Eat in kitchen/nook,Exercise room,Entry,Exterior Lighting,Floor Drain,Family Room,Fire/Interior Sprinklers,Great Room,Horse - Riding Trails,Kitchen Window,Laundry Room,Landscaped,Library,Lawn Sprinkler,Maids/Guest Qrters,Media Room,Office,Open Lanai,Patio/Deck,Pool Equip,Park/Playground,Storage Area,Smoke/Heat Detector,Other(See Remarks),Sprinkler System,Tennis Courts,Wet bar,Wine Cellar,Walking/Jogging Path,Workshop/Work Space Read More

New York

Maria Pashby Presents $6 Million New York Residential

Magnificent new home in the prestigious Millan House known for its beautifully landscaped garden court,courteous staff and impeccable service.Stately duplex residence offers four bedroom suites,library, elegant entrance hall, stunning 28' living room with wood burning fireplace, dramatic over-sized casement windows and 10' ceilings, south facing formal dining room with beautiful flooring, fully equipped pantry which leads to chef's eat-in-kitchen. Read More

Los Angeles

Haute Estate: Designer Christian Audigier’s Home Listed for $8.26 Million

French fashion designer Christian Audigier, the man behind the funky Ed Hardy clothing line, has listed his Hancock Park home at a “reduced” selling price, holding a market value of $8.265 million. The pad once lived in by the late Michael Jackson was fully remodeled and designed by the fashion entrepreneur himself. Read More