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Contrary to popular belief, there’s more to high-end real estate than just the L-word—location. In major cities, there’s another wish-list item clamoring for attention too: the V factor. As in view.
Trulia recently put together a round-up of the most expensive homes for sale in America, and several are in New York, including this magnificent penthouse at the “one-of-a-kind” Atelier Condo in Midtown West. River 2 River Realty President Daniel Neiditch owns the condo building and is the listing agent for the home, which is on the market for $85 million.
What I love about the real estate business is that each new property presents unique challenges to learn and grow. This is especially true in New York, where every building has its own way to inspire.
From ultra-private entrances to complimentary luxury cars, we think these on-the-market Manhattan homes would provide unparalleled comforts for celebrities from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.
Could this apartment be any more expensive? Matthew Perry, who played the lovable neurotic Chandler Bing on “Friends” from 1994 to 2004, might be making a move to the Atelier at 635 West 42nd Street.
Solar power is gaining popularity in New York City due to a range of incentives offered by state government
With climate change deniers moving into the White House, the Guardian is spending 24 hours focusing climate change happening now. After reporting from Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas, we’re now focusing on how warming temperatures will affect the Asia-Pacific region
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Not only does this exclusive Atelier Manhattan penthouse boast ten bedrooms, but a list of perks to tempt the truly rich.
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From a sleek city apartment with a private restaurant to a Floridian mansion with an aquarium, these places for sale will inspire you to buy a lottery ticket – stat.
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I love New York. I can walk outside, look up and get a lesson in history just from looking at its buildings.
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When Linda Gottlieb hails a taxi cab in New York City and asks the driver to take her home, she has one word to describe how she feels: embarrassed.
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Whether you adore or despise him, Donald Trump displays a rare talent for inflaming political passions on both sides. But as he barrels his way to the Nov. 8 presidential election, his considerable luxury real estate holdings have seen a drop-off in sales.
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New York City’s most expensive condo is the penthouse at the Atelier condo building in Midtown Manhattan. The 10-bedroom, 13-bathroom condo, which takes up the entire 45th floor of the building, has been on and off the market for months.
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New York brokers love to win, and only the most talented and dedicated hustlers thrive.
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The star of “Wall Street” was spotted checking out rental units at the Moinian Group’s Atelier condo building in Midtown Monday, sources told The Real Deal. But Allen Burry, a publicist for the Hollywood heavyweight, said the apartment was not for Douglas but for the parents of his wife, Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
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In recent months, real estate brokers have gone to great lengths to entice buyers, offering everything from a theme park to the chance to meet Giorgio Armani alongside their already over-the-top digs.
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As more and more luxury condo buildings compete for ultra-wealthy buyers in a softening market, New York City-based realtors have started adding some pretty out-of-this-world perks.
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Are you in the market for a new home in the New York metropolitan area, but happen to be only looking for properties that come with a Price Is Right-like grand prize for multi-billionaires? Then come on down! Cause when you’re a billionaire, the price is always right.
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With scores of tall buildings going up, it can take a lot to stand out: A look at the contenders in New York, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles.
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The lump-sum cash value of the $1.5 billion Powerball has now reached $930 million. Here are some New York City-centric options on how the winner can spend the cash — from staying at the Plaza Hotel more than 236,000 times to buying hundreds of subway cars or scooping up the priciest listings on StreetEasy.
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The Atelier building in Manhattan’s far west side has a wide range of condos, from teeny studios to this insane unit.
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Jocelyn “Catwoman” Wildenstein, the wealthy New York socialite best known for spending millions on plastic surgery to look like a feline, is putting her Trump World Tower condominium on the market.
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They say New Yorkers never look up. Well, maybe because if we did we would be incredibly jealous of what having rooftop real estate can get you. From beach volleyball to bucolic country cabins, here’s what you’re missing high above your junior one-bedroom that looks out over the picturesque dumpsters behind your building.
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The broker firm of this Hell’s Kitchen luxury building is offering the entire 45th floor, spanning about 10,000 square feet, to a buyer interested in combining all of the existing nine condo units into one massive spread. Construction costs are not included but the sale includes a $2 million construction credit.
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Daniel Neiditch Atelier President Spends the day with Ahmed Mohammed “the clock kid” on top of Atelier Solar Display. He is a inspiration to young innovators.
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Article from Solar Life Magazine. Atelier goes green and solar. Daniel Neiditch Atelier President speaks about plans for solar expansion.
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Billionaire Jeff Greene has listed his 25-acre Palazzo di Amore estate in Beverly Hills for a staggering $195 million, which makes this impressive spread the most expensive public listing in the nation.
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New York City’s luxury apartments are in an ongoing race to outdo each other with luxury amenities, offering everything from vast wine cellars to bowling alleys to private pools
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The city’s lone residential rink makes its debut.
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Sometimes, it’s not enough to be attractive. To lure buyers and keep them happy, top buildings often have to entertain residents, too.
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Last year, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to invest more than $1 billion in solar energy projects, with the goal of increasing the state’s solar power by 10-fold by 2023. But increasingly, New York City real estate players are embracing solar technology out of pure self interest.
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Forty-six floors above the streets of Manhattan, the top view from the Atelier—a luxury development—has everything you’d expect given its midtown location.
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Article in the new edition of W 42nd ST magazine about Atelier, its President Dan Neiditch and the area’s expanding growth
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The board of the Atelier tower at 635 W. 42nd Street, between 11th and 12th Avenues, plans to install an ice-skating rink on the roof of the property, the first of its kind in the city.
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These New Yorkers won’t need to fight the crowds at Rockefeller Center if they want to slap on a pair of ice skates.
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NBC New York Talks to Daniel Neiditch of River 2 River Realty about contingency plans, in the event that New York City Doormen Strike.
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“Saturday Night Live” Obama impersonator Jay Pharoah and “Judging Amy” actress Amy Brenneman are the latest celebrity tenants to sign leases at the Atelier, at 635 West 42nd Street, The Real Deal has learned.
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With more eight- and even nine-figure listings hitting the market, Manhattan’s top brokers aren’t feeling the inventory squeeze as much as their colleagues in other segments of the residential industry. While nearly all of Manhattan’s top 10 brokers have fewer properties on the market than last year, most have a higher dollar value of listings, according to The Real Deal’s annual ranking of Manhattan’s top 75 listing agents.
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The Atelier could be adding two big names to its list of celebrity residents. Oscar-nominated actor Ed Harris and Kenan Thompson of “Saturday Night Live” fame are the latest boldfaced names to check out rentals at the Hell’s Kitchen condominium tower at 635 West 42nd Street, a source with knowledge of the building told The Real Deal.
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Low common charges have always been a draw for buyers on the hunt for a luxury condo. Even in this fast-moving market, condo boards are paying close attention to monthly fees.
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The Atelier is getting two more celebrity residents. Brooklyn Nets powerhouse Jerry Stackhouse and Broadway star Deborah Cox are the newest boldface names to sign leases at the Moinian Group-developed condominium building at 635 West 42nd Street between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, a source with knowledge of the deals told The Real Deal.
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A block of nine apartments at the Atelier condominium tower in Hell’s Kitchen hit the market today with an asking price of $85 million. If combined as advertised, the units would become a 10,000-square-foot apartment spanning the entire 45th floor at 635 West 42nd Street.
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For the past six years, Dan Neiditch has carefully cultivated the image of the Atelier, the glassy 46-story tower that hugs the far west side of Midtown Manhattan.
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A well-preserved brick town house in the West Village that was built for a sea captain in 1842 and had been owned since 1987 by the publishing magnate Timothy C. Forbes, a son of Malcolm S. Forbes, sold for $11.5 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records.
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Beer heiress and fashion muse Daphne Guinness has finally found a buyer for her four-bedroom apartment at the former Stanhope hotel, just two months after she settled a lawsuit with her neighbors at the building, The Real Deal has learned.
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Indian media titan Subhash Chandra is planning to construct a six-bedroom triplex condominium out of three units at the Atelier in Hell’s Kitchen, including one belonging to Dan Neiditch, the president of River 2 River Realty, sources told The Real Deal.
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New York City has long been known as a place of grit and grime.
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The condominium board of the Atelier building at 635 West 42nd Street has terminated its management agreement with Cooper Square Realty, the company that has managed the building since it opened in 2007, The Real Deal has learned.
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“White Collar” star Tiffany Thiessen and movie and television actor Jeff Goldblum may be the latest celebrities to make the Atelier, Joseph Moinian’s condominium tower at 635 West 42nd Street, their temporary home, Dan Neiditch, president of River 2 River Realty, the firm handling rentals and sales for the West Side building, told The Real Deal.
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Former “E.R.” and “8 Mile” star Mekhi Pfifer has temporarily returned to the East Coast and is renting at the Atelier at 635 West 42nd Street while starring on Broadway, a source with knowledge of the move told The Real Deal.
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When new Manhattan condo the Atelier debuted in 2007, actress Lindsay Lohan was offered an apartment there (reportedly for free) to help give West 42nd Street building some star power.
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Last year, we saw photos of drama queen Lindsay Lohan with her scrappy gal pal Samantha Ronson saving money by riding the New York subway.
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Last minute negotiations. Midnight deadline looming. Will thousands of the city’s doormen and building workers go on strike? Ida Siegal reports.
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Maybe you didn’t want to schlep out to the Hamptons back in February because there was too much snow on the ground. Maybe you were banking on the fact that the closer it got to summer, the better prices would be. Maybe you broke down and bought an iPad, and the last four weeks have been kind of a blur.
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While a significant portion of listings — roughly 33 percent, according to Streeteasy.com — saw price cuts last month, there was an increase in sales and many brokers started elevating asking prices to enhance their units’ image, to leave room for haggling or because they thought the market was turning around.
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Whether it’s a desire to know your neighbors or a craving for an outdoor lifestyle no matter what the thermometer reads, a certain set of New Yorkers are finding friendship and fun in a new crop of amenity-rich properties. After all, if your building offers everything a summer beach share or country club might, minus the cost, why would you ever leave?