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Celebrity Living: NFL Legend John Madden Sells His Opulent New York City Apartment

Legendary NFL coach and commentator John Madden has listed his prime W 72nd Street New York City apartment for sale for $4.9 million. Now settled in San Francisco post-retirement, the esteemed pro football figure has decided to cut ties with his beautiful NYC home. According to zillow.com, the decision to make the sale may be in part to his well-known fear of flying. Now on the west coast, Madden doesn’t seem likely to kick that fear enough to be keeping his east coast home.

Cocoa Bar: Equal Parts Coffee Shop and Wine Bar

Coffee shop by day, wine bar by night, Cocoa Bar (19 Clinton St.) is the best of both worlds. My first visit was at night. The velvet drapes and simple furniture were a cozy backdrop to a friend’s small birthday get together. We chose to sit at the café bar where reds, whites and a variety of beer are served alongside coffee, espresso drinks and lattes. Some nights, live music sets the tone as patrons mingle, relax and enjoy the company of those around them.

Haute Event: Fortune International Celebrates Sales Success at Icon Brickell

On Saturday, Aug. 7, some of Miami’s top real estate professionals joined Fortune International at the Icon Brickell for a Beatles-inspired cocktail party.

The evening was hosted by the Icon’s Sales Director, David Staples, who held the event to celebrate Fortune’s sales successes at Icon Brickell. Since June 1, they’ve sold more than 130 condos. Ten of those residences closed on the day of the celebration, which made for an even 50% of Icon Brickell residences sold in total.

Haute Ticket: John Cale Performs Paris 1919 Live

The trend of performing whole albums live — Brian Wilson performing the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, Cheap Trick and friends assailing the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper – is becoming so widespread as to lose its impact. But this one is just cool. On September 30, John Cale, classically-trained one-time member of the seminal Velvet Underground, will perform his 1973 album Paris 1919 in its entirety, accompanied by members of the UCLA Philharmonia as well as his own band.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014