The 740-acre estate is used for raising Thoroughbred racehorses.
The opulent apartment is positively covered in gold leaf detailing
The home first hit the market five years ago with a jaw-dropping price tag.
The skyscraper has had 13 sales at eye-popping prices this year.
The full-floor apartment at 820 Fifth Avenue has been owned by the same family for decades
Vornado’s Midtown condo has been racking up plenty of pricey sales in 2019
While less expensive than their Manhattan counterparts, these homes—mostly located in Brooklyn Heights and its surrounding neighborhoods—are still plenty pricey.
The iconic landmark’s trophy penthouse is five stories high and has gotten a price cut to $79 million.
Will the pricey pad sell this time around?
A biotech investor is the latest bigwig to put his 15 Central Park West pad on the market
Once asking $120 million, this Fifth Avenue apartment sold for "just" $53 million
Once asking $59 million, the massive apartment has gotten a nearly $20 million discount
The apartment has been on and off the market since 2010
The new, progressive tax tops out at 4 percent for very high-priced real estate
The triplex apartment comes with its own private rooftop pool
A record-breaking $238 million sale has galvanized support for the "oligarch tax"
The record-breaking sale has prompted legislators to re-evaluate a tax on second homes
The record-breaking sale is for one of 220 Central Park South’s penthouses
The apartment, designed by Charles Gwathmey, was originally asking $115 million; now, it’s listed for $45 million
The homes date back to 1888, but can be combined into one enormous mansion
The 13,000-square-foot home has a ‘resort-style’ fitness center, among other over-the-top perks
The apartment was once asking $65 million
The uberpricey Billionaires’ Row tower has a projected $3.4 billion sellout
The tallest residential building in NYC is officially on the market
From $120 million to $68 million
The 15,000-square-foot megamansion was listed for $51 million
The duplex apartment has four bedrooms and its own private rooftop pool.
The proposed 22,000-square-foot home was once listed for $35 million
The Tribeca building’s most expensive apartment, asking $58 million, sold for $43.7M
Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui has been trying to sell the place since 2015
John Thain and his wife bought the "irreplaceable" duplex penthouse back in 2006
The same buyer snapped up adjacent units on the 91st floor.
The most expensive apartment ever sold in New York City is $80 million less than that
The 6,292-square-foot apartment is in contract