Here’s The Most Expensive Home For Sale On The Upper West Side

Features: Available to the public for first time, the expansive and private corner Penthouse 18/19A at 15 Central Park West is situated directly on Central Park at a perfect elevation allowing one to engage the park, appreciate the surrounding architecture, and enjoy the energy of the city.

The penthouse offers serene privacy and sits atop the at Robert A. M. Stern’s world renowned 15 Central Park West, the limestone new classical masterpiece known for its prestige, impeccable location, and timeless design. The classical floor plan carries on the traditions of the great apartment houses of yesteryear, with its suite of grandly proportioned public rooms and private floor of elegant bedroom suites. With exposures on three sides (East, South and West), Penthouse 18-19A is a 5, 902 square foot duplex with an additional 1, 071 square feet of outdoor living space throughout two park facing terraces, including one that wraps around

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Here’s The Most Expensive Home For Sale In The West Village

WEST VILLAGE, NY — It is not easy to get deemed the most expensive of anything in New York City, but one property in the West Village takes home the prize for priciest property available for sale in the neighborhood.

Here are the details for a $45 million dollar property available in the heart of the West Village.

  • Address: 332 W 11th St, Manhattan, New York
  • Price: $45,000,000
  • Square Feet: 30000
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 6 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 1905
  • Features: 332 West 11th represents the most rare breed of properties in the highly coveted West Village: an ultra wide building suitable for a Mansion sized single family home. Measuring in at 50 feet of width with ceiling heights up to 14 feet, approximately 30,000 square feet of interior space, 5,000 SF of rooftop terrace space and a curb cut, 332 West 11th offers the vast scale and
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‘The Silence of The Lambs’ House is For Sale; Here’s How Much You Can Buy it For

Many horror movies are scary because of how real they often feel. The unsuspecting victim (or victims) often begin the movie living their normal, day-to-day life before getting caught up in a terrifying story. What’s often scarier is that these stories take place and are filmed in regular homes and not big Hollywood sound stages. The 1991 classic The Silence of the Lambs stars Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins, and maintained its sense of reality because of its connection to everyday America.

Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, and Jonathan Demme at the 1992 Oscars win for The Silence of the Lambs | The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images

‘The Silence of the Lambs’ was a hit movie

The Silence of the Lambs became a classic movie almost immediately upon its release. The characters of Clarice Sterling and Dr. Hannibal Lecter (played by Foster and Hopkins respectively) have become some of

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Is home title theft a real thing? You bet it is, and here’s how to protect your property

Have you heard the commercials for a company, Home Title Lock, warning about how the title to your home can get stolen without you knowing it?

So many Texans have written The Watchdog to learn more.

“Are home title ads a scam or is this a real problem?” one man asked me.

“I figured the commercials for this were like many, playing on the fears of people, just to make money,” another said.

And another: “I am skeptical and would appreciate your advice.”

The Watchdog surveyed the county clerks in Dallas, Denton, Collin and Tarrant counties. I also talked to the company that bombards us with advertising.

I have experience covering this. A decade ago, I told the story of Norris Fisher, who stole 170 homes in Tarrant County (some kind of record) before he was shipped off to prison.

So yeah, it’s real. Crooks can forge names and use

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Here’s where Oregon home values are rising the fastest

To ascertain its ratings, SmartAsset used three factors: Property tax rates, school ratings and average home value growth.

PORTLAND, Ore — With no sales tax, Oregon relies heavily on property taxes to fill its general fund coffers. Yet that rate, according to a national researcher, still sits below the national average.

So reports a new study from SmartAsset, a financial technology company that also provides research on an array of topics. The company revealed the good news for Oregon in an accompanying rankings of state counties by home values.

Overall, Oregon’s effective property tax rate in Oregon is 1.04 percent, below the U.S. average currently of 1.08 percent.

VIEW SLIDESHOW: The 10 Oregon counties where home values are rising the fastest

To ascertain its ratings of which counties where home values have risen the most, SmartAsset used three factors: Property tax rates, school ratings and average home value growth. It

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Chapel Hill movie theater for sale. Here’s what the pending owner plans for the site.

One of Chapel Hill’s last chain movie theaters might not reopen post-COVID if a Cary developer moves ahead with plans for a new medical office.


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Regal Timberlyne, which opened in 1993, is one of 18 Regal Theatre locations in North Carolina. Other Triangle locations are in Raleigh, Cary, Garner and Apex.

The six-screen, 1,350-seat theater, located at 120 Banks Drive near the Timberlyne shopping center, closed in March when the state shut down to stem COVID-19 infections. The state has not yet lifted its restrictions on movie theaters.

Online postings show Foundry Commercial had listed the theater property for sale in January. Cary-based Parkway Holdings Phase 2 LLC plans to close on the property in December, so it’s unlikely the theater will reopen, Parkway Holdings manager Eli Zablud said.

Regal Theatre officials did not return a phone call seeking comment.

Parkway Holdings representative, TMTLA Associates, submitted a concept

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