The luxury amenities high-end apartment and condo dwellers have become accustomed to are no longer accessible due to COVID-19. Will private medical offerings take their place?
Annual rent growth shifted to negative in June, falling to -0.4% to $1,457
Valerie Mnuchin claims her penthouse's potential buyers exploited the COVID-19 crisis to try and renegotiate the sale contract, which resulted in the co-op board rejecting the deal
Buyers are looking for homes in different places, and with different characteristics, than they did before COVID-19 brought chaos to the US
When the unexpected happens, luxury agents are primed to adapt
There were only 52 new listings in Manhattan during the second week of April
Amid quarantines and calls for social distancing, agents are turning to video chats and virtual tours to show off properties
Agents Inman spoke to haven't yet seen clients abandoning things like open houses. But handshakes may be going out of style, and some believe the worst is yet to come
New York's ubiquitous scaffolding is the result of laws passed in 1980 and 1998. The scaffolding is meant to prevent falling debris, but it also comes with tradeoffs
You can stand under Rihanna's umbrella-ella-ella — or shell out $16M for her former pad
A partner at Caliber Associates hinted that his brokerage was being pursued by other rivals
A co-op located in Manhattan's historic River House, home to several celebrities, had its price cut by 11 percent
Years ago it was hard to imagine iBuyers ever making headway in a city with older and more expensive homes. But this year Opendoor, Zillow and others went all in on L.A.
A study released Thursday by RentHop found complaints decreased as the median rent of an area increased