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 One57 ultra-luxury apartment building in Manhattan

One57, 157 57th St., Manhattan, NYC
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One57 made headlines in 2017 for being home to New York's largest apartment foreclosure—the original owner was Nigerian oil tycoon Kolawole Akanni Aluko, who was ... Today, while 432 Park has just set a record as New York's best-selling building of all time, resale values at One 57 have slid. A similar ...
Slammed by architecture critics — “chintzily embellished,” wrote Michael Kimmelman in The New York Times, who likened its tinted glass panes to age spots — and loathed by many of its neighbors, particularly those forced to evacuate when its crane collapsed during Hurricane Sandy, One57 has had so ...

New York City's One57 makes a statement on Billionaire's Row, rising 90 stories above Manhattan with stellar panoramas of Central Park. Earlier this month, developer Extell Marketing Group released its newest sky castle, 61B, a three-bedroom residence with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the city ...
The Wall Street Journal has outed the identity of the buyer who picked up oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse in a foreclosure sale earlier this month. The buyer of the $36 million pad is none other than David Lowy, the son of the founder of retail giant, Westfield Corporation. Lowy also happens to be ...
A gloriously overwrought 67th floor condo is the latest luxury pad to hit the market in One 57. The apartment spans half of the 67th floor and has, under its current owner, undergone a renovation by DHD that brought the pad walls covered in white gold leaf and endowed it with other swanky materials like ...
Beleaguered Nigerian oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse has finally found a buyer. After news emerged in October that the 79th floor apartment was going to go back on the auction block, an unnamed buyer finally scored the apartment at a foreclosure auction for $36 million, Bloomberg reports.

UPDATE 6/27/17: The New York Post has learned that the owner of this One57 penthouse is Nigerian oil tycoon, Kolawole Aluko, who is allegedly involved in international money-laundering ... In less than a month's time, another one of One 57's ultra-luxury, ultra-pricey condos has entered into foreclosure.
NYC's most expensive condos ever include 15 Central Park West, One 57 ... Multimillion dollar sales aren't an alien concept in New York, but crossing the billion-dollar sales mark is a whole other ballgame. Regardless, seven of the city's priciest condo buildings have managed to cross that seemingly ...
One 57 becomes home to Billionaire's Row's first foreclosure ... Billionaire's Row is about to get its very first foreclosure, the New York Post reports. ... in 2015 for a comparatively modest $21.4 million—One57 also boasts the city's most expensive sold condo—but it appears things didn't go quite as planned.
The Wall Street Journal has outed the identity of the buyer who picked up oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse in a foreclosure sale earlier this month. The buyer of the $36 million pad is none other than David Lowy, the son of the founder of retail giant, Westfield Corporation. Lowy also happens to be ...
A gloriously overwrought 67th floor condo is the latest luxury pad to hit the market in One 57. The apartment spans half of the 67th floor and has, under its current owner, undergone a renovation by DHD that brought the pad walls covered in white gold leaf and endowed it with other swanky materials like ...
Beleaguered Nigerian oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse has finally found a buyer. After news emerged in October that the 79th floor apartment was going to go back on the auction block, an unnamed buyer finally scored the apartment at a foreclosure auction for $36 million, Bloomberg reports.
A luxury pad at One57 that escaped the auction block in July is back on the market for $39 million — nearly $13 million less than the owner paid. ... a lifetime investment opportunity to purchase the last remaining full floor residence at Manhattan's New Crown Jewel, One 57 Condominium, for a great value!”.
UPDATE 6/27/17: The New York Post has learned that the owner of this One57 penthouse is Nigerian oil tycoon, Kolawole Aluko, who is allegedly involved in international money-laundering ... In less than a month's time, another one of One 57's ultra-luxury, ultra-pricey condos has entered into foreclosure.
NYC's most expensive condos ever include 15 Central Park West, One 57 ... Multimillion dollar sales aren't an alien concept in New York, but crossing the billion-dollar sales mark is a whole other ballgame. Regardless, seven of the city's priciest condo buildings have managed to cross that seemingly ...
One 57 becomes home to Billionaire's Row's first foreclosure ... Billionaire's Row is about to get its very first foreclosure, the New York Post reports. ... in 2015 for a comparatively modest $21.4 million—One57 also boasts the city's most expensive sold condo—but it appears things didn't go quite as planned.
Nearly two years after the purchase, a mystery buyer of a sprawling One57 pad wants out, and they're asking $52 million for it. The owner, who can only be identified as Unit 58a Acquisition Corp. purchased this four-bedroom, four-bathroom condo in April 2015 for $47.7 million, and has since kitted it out ...

The Wall Street Journal has outed the identity of the buyer who picked up oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse in a foreclosure sale earlier this month. The buyer of the $36 million pad is none other than David Lowy, the son of the founder of retail giant, Westfield Corporation. Lowy also happens to be ...
A gloriously overwrought 67th floor condo is the latest luxury pad to hit the market in One 57. The apartment spans half of the 67th floor and has, under its current owner, undergone a renovation by DHD that brought the pad walls covered in white gold leaf and endowed it with other swanky materials like ...
Beleaguered Nigerian oil tycoon Kola Aluko's One57 penthouse has finally found a buyer. After news emerged in October that the 79th floor apartment was going to go back on the auction block, an unnamed buyer finally scored the apartment at a foreclosure auction for $36 million, Bloomberg reports.
A luxury pad at One57 that escaped the auction block in July is back ... “It is now being sold by a third party as an alternative to foreclosure,” a source told the New York Post. ... residence at Manhattan's New Crown Jewel, One 57 Condominium, for a great value! ... 450 West 31st Street, New York, NY 10001.
UPDATE 6/27/17: The New York Post has learned that the owner of this ... The apartment happened to be the One 57's eighth priciest condo to ...
Gary Barnett's Extell Development is finalizing a $900 million construction loan for Central Park Tower, The Real Deal has learned.
NYC's most expensive condos ever include 15 Central Park West, One 57 ... Multimillion dollar sales aren't an alien concept in New York, but crossing the billion-dollar sales mark is a whole other ballgame. ... Both 432 Park Avenue and One57 are projected to cross the $2 billion sales mark, according to ...
An ultra-luxury milestone! Billionaire's Row is about to get its very first foreclosure, the New York Post reports. A “stunning” apartment on the ...
Nearly two years after the purchase, a mystery buyer of a sprawling One57 pad wants out, and they're asking $52 million for it. The owner, who ...
Prices continue to drop at One57, with yet another hyper-luxury ... an LLC called "Escape From New York" paid nearly $32 million in 2014 for ...
Lavish lifestyles are nothing out of the ordinary in New York City, home ... of Manhattan's most expensive buildings, One 57 at 157 W. 57th St., ...
UPDATE 6/27/17: The New York Post has learned that the owner of this ... The apartment happened to be the One 57's eighth priciest condo to ...
Gary Barnett's Extell Development is finalizing a $900 million construction loan for Central Park Tower, The Real Deal has learned.
NYC's most expensive condos ever include 15 Central Park West, One 57 ... Multimillion dollar sales aren't an alien concept in New York, but crossing the billion-dollar sales mark is a whole other ballgame. ... Both 432 Park Avenue and One57 are projected to cross the $2 billion sales mark, according to ...
Does a Middle Eastern businesswoman own the One57 unit facing ... concierge company in Dubai called Louis Fourteen, the New York Post ...
One 57 becomes home to Billionaire's Row's first foreclosure ... Billionaire's Row is about to get its very first foreclosure, the New York Post reports. ... 2015 for a comparatively modest $21.4 million—One57 also boasts the city's most expensive sold ... 157 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019 Visit Website ...
Nearly two years after the purchase, a mystery buyer of a sprawling One57 pad wants out, and they're asking $52 million for it. The owner, who ...
The view of Central Park looking north from the 86th floor of the One 57 building ... $100.5 million: The penthouse at One57 sold in January 2015. ... Ackman told the New York Times that he's waiting for someone to approach him ... Curbed NY says it is likely "the priciest apartment ever to sell in the Sherry ...
One57. This time around it was unit 65B, a 4,193-square-foot apartment that had an ask of $28.3 million. The No. 2 contract was a townhouse at ...
Prices continue to drop at One57, with yet another hyper-luxury ... an LLC called "Escape From New York" paid nearly $32 million in 2014 for ...
It was the second highest price ever paid for a single residence in New York City and the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to ...
NEW YORK (WPIX) - New York City is a city of epic skyscrapers, but one ambitious architect has a big U-shaped vision for the skyline that would be the longest building in the world if built.
From townhouse fortresses to megamansions, sprawling condos to penthouses among the clouds, we've charted where a few handfuls of New York billionaires are known to hang their hats (and their invaluable art collections, etc.). ... The original ...
He bought into one of New York's most ostentatious buildings, Extell Development's One57, paying $47.37 million for an 86th-floor pad several years ago.
"The story of The Big Bend follows a recent trend that has appeared in New York City: the emergence of myriad tall and slender residential skyscrapers.
Oiio's silly straw supertall structure would rise in two towers on 57th Street and connect in the air over Calvary Baptist Church.
"The Big Bend" would follow the same style of skyscrapers in New York by remaining thin, but instead of going up and up, it would bend and return to the ground.
Oiio, based in New York and Athens, seeks to change the rules of the game with The Big Bend project, where they would rather bend the building than bend the zoning laws, and still create one of the most prestigious buildings in Manhattan.
That concession came last spring when he was called to testify before a Senate committee on Valeant's drug pricing practices. In an email to The New York Times, Pershing Square said, "Valeant is an anomaly in an outstanding record over nearly 14 years.".
Oiio, an architecture firm based in New York and Athens, has dreamed up the Big Bend, an imaginary skyscraper that would rise above Billionaires' Row like the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Dezeen reported.
In response to the swathe of supertall luxury residential towers rising in New York, local studio Oiio has proposed a conceptual skyscraper that loops over to boast length rather than height.
New York city's zoning laws have created a peculiar set of tricks through which developers try to maximize their property's height in order to infuse it with the prestige of a high rise structure.
However, Henckels cautioned the figure was inflated by closings at developments like Macklowe Properties and CIM Group's 432 Park Avenue and Extell Development's One57. Last year - for the first time ever - there were more closings on Downtown ...


 

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