Art / Lifestyle May 29, 2020

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in May 2020

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.

Auckland, New Zealand | Jason Gaddes & Scarlett WoodNew Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty 

The breathtaking “super penthouse” spans 13,000 square feet.

New Zealand’s Most Expensive Home Ever Is Hitting the Market for $24 Million – Robb Report

The Hamptons Home Where Jackie Kennedy Summered as a Child Asks $7.5M – Wall Street Journal

Meg Ryan’s Former San Francisco Victorian Slides Onto the Market at $19.95M – Dwell

Historic Heights home asks $2 million – Houston Chronicle

A Remote Mansion on Vancouver Island That’s Quarantine-Ready – Bloomberg

Looking to generate leads? Prioritize content marketing – Inman

Content Under Crisis: An Interview with Luxury Presence Founder, Malte Kramer – RESIDE® Podcast

3 Living Room Items Home Experts Say Are Always Worth the Extra Money – Apartment Therapy

Former Connecticut home of director Barry Levinson lists for $19M – Inman

Top Properties of April – New York Times

The Comforts of Browsing Real-Estate During Quarantine – Inside Hook

Price Point: $3.395 million in Nob Hill – San Francisco Chronicle

Sotheby’s Announces Online Lockdown Auction, ‘I Have to Stay at Home’ – HYPEBEAST

Michael Jordan’s Game-Worn Sneakers Sell for $560,000 – New York Times


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