• 19 Dec 2013 at 4:55 PM

Maybe The Fed Jumped The Gun A Little?

A day late come the kind of “meh, not great” economic indicators that could have saved us from yesterday’s “modest” taper. Read more »

Who wants a nice ski lodge? Anybody interested in a place on the beach? Today’s your lucky day. Read more »

Have you gotten started on your list of treats to buy with 2010’s year-end bonus? In need of some inspiration? Why not consider the house Michael Jackson was in when he bit the big one? Read more »

Back in February, we put a once in a lifetime offer on the table. Buy Ken Lewis’s house. For a mere $4.5 million, you were going to get a Charlotte, NC address, 4 bedrooms, five fireplaces, a patio, a porch, a private pond for reflection time, his-and-hers dressing rooms, a chef’s kitchen, a wet bar, and Ken Lewis’s memories (/night terrors). At the time, we didn’t put a gun to anyone’s head because we didn’t think it was necessary. Who wouldn’t want a piece of this, we wondered, figuring KL would be beating off potential buyers with a stick. Well, apparently we misjudged the situation because Kizzle has received exactly zero offers, and has been forced to cut his asking price by more than 20%. He’s also slashed the price on his Hilton Head vacation space, for reasons I won’t get into here. Suffice it to say, Lewis is looking to get out of town ASAP but is running low on the cash. So what I’m going to do now is get down on my hands and knees and beg. SOMEBODY DO THIS FOR HIM. If the deal needs to be sweetened, I’ll throw in an Ang Moz (you can do whatever you want with him). Read more »

  • 25 Nov 2009 at 12:16 PM

Buy Lloyd Blankfein’s House (NOW ON SALE)

lloydblanfein.jpgLloyd and his wife Laura has been comfortably ensconced in their new pad in 15CPW for over year now, where neighbors include people like Sandy Weill, Daniel Och, and Dan Loeb and each apartment comes equipped with an auto-fellatio room in order to meet the needs of the esteemed residents. Unfortunately, LB has been having a little trubs selling his old house, at 941 Park Avenue. It’s been on the market since June and despite the added value of Stan O’Neal living in the building, its received no bites. Or has it?

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