This pre-war gem is sure to draw in high-end buyers.
Located in the legendary Olympic Towers, this apartment's views will mesmerize potential buyers.
Legendary and stylish, this property is a Manhattan treasure.
Buy them together or apart, but to live like the late legend did, you'll need all three.
After what feels like a lifetime, the singer found a buyer who is ‘NSYNC’ with his apartment's price tag.
It is officially listed for less than the pop star paid for it in 2010.
Thomas’ stately creations are at the center of New York City history and played an interesting role in 19th-century high society.
The late chef's apartments have been slowly coming onto the market since his tragic passing in June.
Although Lauer has been struggling in the real estate game since news of his disgraceful behavior broke, this stylish residence found a buyer in less than a month.
If you’re a history buff and appreciate beautiful interiors, this rare listing in a Stanford White-designed building might be perfect for you.
This 6-bedroom Upper East Side unit was home to the Nobel Prize-winning author until his death in 1968.
This is the very apartment where his former boss at NBC personally delivered the news of his termination.
The accomplished news anchor has called this place home for 20 years.
When a townhouse seems like too much work and a duplex just won’t cut it, there’s always the triplex.
The singer is back on the market, but this posh penthouse is officially spoken for.
The King of Pop has moved on to greener pastures, or rather a more coveted building in Manhattan.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom unit is perched in an Emery Roth-designed building.
It looks like Kelly Ripa’s Live! co-host Ryan Seacrest has a hankering to be back in the West Village.
Former HC&G cover girl Katie Couric has listed the Carnegie Hill apartment she has owned for nearly twenty years.
The Billionaires’ Row apartment had been listed with Stribling for $13.7 million.
The loft-like home spans 3,600 square feet and has a roof deck with views forever.
The actor's corner penthouse is a showstopper.
Whoever rents it will get plenty of celebrity neighbors.
The well-appointed chef’s kitchen was one of the major selling points for this light-filled Park Avenue pad, so it’s only fitting that it has been picked up by Food Network star Ina Garten.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
The pair announced their split in December and have now sold this glamorous LA residence.
The property features a sugar maple tree that is over a century old.
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