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Flip a la Vidal!

Hair salon expert, Vidal Sassoon, has also successfully mastered the property flipping skills. He vigorously lead the renovation of a Richard Neutra-designed home he had bought in 2004. Now the house has been put on the market for a whopping $19.5 million. Talk about a…Read The Full Post

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The Palm Jumeirah Welcomes First Residents

Haute Living has long had a fascination with Dubai, even dedicating an entire issue to the haute spot in the United Arab Emirates (July/August 2006). The Palm Jumeirah, one of the many man-made islands that are adding more than 600 miles to Dubai's coastline, has welcomed its first residents, according to AP reports. Read More

Estate of the Day: TriBeCa

Old New York elegance and modern convenience come together at 92 Warren! Walk out of your own private key locked elevator onto this spectacular Penthouse featuring a wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, washer/dryer, central air conditioning, 17 foot ceilings and 3 private terraces totaling 1,300…Read The Full Post

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Estate of the Day: Palm Beach

Mediterranean style with 185 ft of direct waterfront. Entry foyer has 35 ft high ceiling. Butler’s Pantry, elevator, 1-2 car & 1 – 1 car garage with remote control openers plus covered carport. Impact glass French doors. 50 ft dock w/concrete pilings, boat lift, elec.…Read The Full Post

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Chateau Chelsea?

Mega-hotelier André Balazs properties have long been the definition of sexy and cool sophistication. From the Raleigh in Miami which exudes an unmatchable retro-chic vibe to the Chateau Marmont in LA which has been the home to many an A-lister's indiscretion, his properties continue to retain their place at the top of the list of What's Haute. Read More

London is in “Vogue”

Perennial Material Girl Madonna has added even more materials to her possession. Just this weekend, the London-based transport purchased a new London pad complete with ten bedrooms, four bathrooms, five reception rooms, a balcony to her collection. Read More

Condos Take Over Bond Street

Since the late 1800s, Bond Street has radiated elegance. The reemergence of this short, two-block street into chic Manhattan living could not have come at a better time. New Yorkers are always looking for something new and exciting, and as we reported in our April/May New York issue, Bond Street is being filled with life again. Read More

Despite a Lackluster Season, A-Rod is Still Looking Up

Over a year after the development of the 170 building in the Upper East Side, its visionary design is still making waves. As our January/February 2006 issue predicted, Peter Marino's integrated design of suburban living in the big city has given its residents a "new standard of family living"-to the extent that Yankees' point man, Alex Rodriguez, 31, reportedly has his eye on one of the building's $16 million penthouse suites. Read More

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