When a person spends $170 million on a painting, you would assume they wouldn’t go bargain hunting for a home. However, most people aren’t taxi driver-turned-investor Liu Yiqian. While some Chinese billionaires were paying more than $45 million for high-level… Read More>>
Hard times have been hitting New York’s “Billionaire’s Row” – aka 57th Street from Park Avenue to Columbus Circle in Manhattan, with sales at luxury condo projects along the exclusive strip of Manhattan real estate disappointing in 2016, after years… Read More>>
New York, home to some of the world’s most expensive real estate has a new residential landmark, and the Chinese are already buying pieces of one57 — where units go for as much as US$90 million each.
The building, which… Read More>>