Real Estate Wire: $190M for America’s Dirtiest Hotel; How High Tech Investors Live

September 5, 2014
  • An image of what could go up at the long-stalled Kedem winery site in south Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
  • They’re just like us? The super-rich buy super-expensive apartments and fill them with super-expensive furniture but never actually occupy them. [NYDN]
  • The priciest properties belonging to tech investors, entrepreneurs and CEOs. [TRD/Business Insider]
  • Joseph Chetrit has agreed to pay $190 million to acquire the Hotel Carter, the former Times Square flophouse that was long considered the “dirtiest hotel in America”. [WSJ]

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