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March 28, 2015 – Intracoastal-Front Palm Beach Estate

6 Lagomar Road
Palm Beach, Florida
$24,000,000 | 6 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms | 12,416 sq. ft.

The Estate at Lagomar has been newly renovated and comprises one acre of unparalleled lawns and gardens on 190’ on the Intracoastal. Master suite plus 5 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 3 powder rooms and elevator. Entire property is completely gated for privacy and security. Terraces on each floor with Intracoastal views south and west plus a 150’ dock.

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I find the spread of Airbnb to be as fascinating as it is controversial – I suppose I’m just not as excited about having complete strangers live in my house with me as some people. Anyway, in this post, I’ve taken data scraped from the Airbnb website (by Murray Cox in January 2015 – see data source) to show the distribution and prices of listings in New York City. Note that listing locations are inexactly geocoded; they can be off by a couple hundred feet to keep them anonymous. As such, the price maps should be interpreted more generally than by specific census tract. For example, some rentals appear in Central Park, though it’s very unlikely that they are actually located within the park. (Come share my zoo bench!) So take the geographic accuracy with a grain of salt.

I find it interesting that the kernel density distribution, which is itself a spatial generalization and thus less prone to the effect of inexact locations, does not mimic the population density of New York (http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/pdf/census/census2010/m_pl_p2_nta.pdf). The highest densities of Airbnb listings are in the Lower East Side/East Village, Upper West Side/Chelsea/West Village, and Greenpoint/Williamsburg.

Data source: http://insideairbnb.com/new-york-city/

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March 27, 2015 – Spectacular Bridgehampton Home

894 Ocean Road
Bridgehampton, The Hamptons, New York
$9,995,000 | 7 Bedrooms | 5.5 Bathrooms | 7,000 sq. ft.

Incredible custom home built by Ben Krupinski with almost 7,000 square feet of living space, 2.1 beautifully landscaped acres on prestigious Ocean Road in Bridgehampton’s Estate Section. Brand new over-sized pool, spa, 1500 sq.ft pool house/recreation building and Hydro clay tennis court complete the package along with Crestron system, cherry floors, chef’s kitchen, audio and video throughout along with many other custom features.

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March 26, 2015 – Chic SoHo Loft

561 Broadway, Apt. 8B
SoHo, Manhattan, New York
$2,250,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 1,750 sq. ft.

An authentic and voluminous 40’x42’ square loft with oversized west-facing windows is now available in the historic and landmarked Little Singer Building in prime Soho. Live Bohemian chic as-is or bring your architect and modernize this very flexible space. Currently arranged as an open loft with distinct media, living and dining areas, an open kitchen, and one large bathroom.

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March 25, 2015 – Park Avenue Duplex Co-op with Lovely Outdoor Space

1082 Park Avenue, Apt. 5B
Carnegie Hill, Manhattan, New York
$1,100,000 | 1 Bedroom | 1.5 Bathrooms

Large and lovely private terrace space at an ideal location— on Park Avenue at 88th Street. Apartment 5B is a spacious (800 sf+), pre-war one bedroom, one and half bath duplex with a working, wood burning fireplace and planted terrace. The downstairs contains the living room/dining room space and kitchen and the upstairs contains the bedroom suite and terrace.

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