Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld is bringing his signature aesthetic to Canada with the design of two residential spaces.
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Luxury Daily’s live news from Feb. 9 – Net-A-Porter honors women with photo campaign; Baccarat Hotel sells for $2M per room; Sotheby’s opens new Italian office in Rome; Braccialini congratulates Grammy performers.
International auction house Sotheby’s is expanding within Italy with the opening of Rome Sotheby’s International Realty.
Brokerage firm Christie’s International Real Estate is extending its sponsorship of Art Wynwood in Miami this winter to present its luxury property options to art enthusiasts.
The 211,275 ultra-high-net-worth individuals collectively hold $2.9 trillion worth of residential properties, according to a new report from Wealth-X and Sotheby’s International Realty.
Auberge Resorts will no longer only serve the short-term vacationer, but will now host permanent residents at its first ever real estate location in Fort Lauderdale.
New York’s luxury real estate prices and art sales both saw an increase in 2014, therefore integrating art into the city’s residences will likely add to the value of both the artwork and property.
When the Swiss National Bank lifted its three-year cap on the value of the Swiss franc against the euro, Switzerland’s luxury real estate and tourism markets saw a hit as affluents flocked instead to the French Alps this winter season.
The New York Times is delving into neighborhoods with its “Block by Block” video series featuring locals from different areas within New York.
Trump Residences Toronto is extending its role as platinum sponsor of Toronto Men’s Fashion Week by serving as a venue for presentations.