With the beginning of a new year, we have witnessed the comeback of the real estate market in several areas. The recent $350-million plan for construction of the Village at Santa Monica complex in California is another positive sign, signaling that the commercial real estate market is truly recuperating.
Katy Perry will be selling her luxurious Tribeca penthouse on North Moore Street after owning it for less than two years, and is asking the same $2.75 million she purchased it for back in September 2010.
One lucky buyer just took Penelope Cruz’s single-story So Cal mansion off her hands for significantly less than the actress purchased it for.
The Knicks star, who shot straight to the top this season, is no longer sleeping on his brother’s couch. Lin is subletting an apartment in White Plains from former Knick David Lee.
In a search to find a short-term rental to live in while her Hollywood Hills manse goes under a few renovations, Berry showed interest in this 3,825-square-foot piece of perfection.
Now, Bell’s property appears in records as “foreclosed.”
Well-known on the silver screen, actress Daryl Hannah has just put her Malibu, California home on the market for $4.995 million.
Nixon and her companion Christine Marinoni have acquired a new home at 10 Bleecker Street, which means she’ll be just a few blocks from friend and co-star Sarah Jessica Parker.
Congratulations to Brian Hazen, a member of the prestigious Haute Living Real Estate Network, for hitting the $1 billion sales mark and being inducted into the exclusive Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate’s Billionaires Club.
During a zealous but doomed love affair with the Duke of Westminster, French style icon Coco Chanel was gifted a tract of land near Monte Carlo by the Duke himself. It was there that Chanel saw to the building of a luxurious, sophisticated summer villa dubbed La Pausa, right there on the French Riviera.