If you can't move a Manhattan condo for more than $10 million, then why aren't you already in cash?
Congrats to Uber on looking profitable by comparison.
If someone would take these goddamned things off his hands at one fell swoop, the Big Guy would be super-appreciative.
$200 million does not buy enough comfort for the three or four days KG spends in the Big Apple every year.
The place is yours if you can fish’em out, basically.
With the spigot from Masa Son turning off slowly, WeWork's self-adoration takes a dark turn.
Unlike Bear, a Greenwich Village townhouse is actually worth something.
Brett Messing joins the SALT sideshow.
It’s unclear if the house’s history had anything to do with the steep discount needed to sell it.
Now, for $120K, maybe Tom Sandell puts out a few rat traps.
Why aren't more people visiting these things?
You’d never guess all of the terrible people and wallcoverings it used to house to look at it today.
It must be hard to compute "community adjusted Ebitda" with your head so far up your own ass.
It's beautiful thing to watch a man find his true calling.
Steve Schwarzman just moved a skyscraper for $640 million to get the week started off right.
What kind of city doesn’t have a $100 million home for a hedge fund titan?