From high-level design commissions to exciting announcements, there is always something new happening in the real estate world. In this roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.
On the market
Architect Apple designed $ 20 million home for sale in Miami Beach
If you’ve ever wanted to live in an Apple Store, a home designed by Peter Bohlin, whose company, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, designed the temple of tech brand glass cube display cases, is a close approximation.
On the island of San Marino in Miami, a glass house built by Bohlin in 2017 is listed at Corcoran for $ 19.9 million.
The owners of 21 E San Marino wanted the property to “look like a boat and have a feel on the water,” Corcoran real estate agent Julian Johnston said. Global Manor. They “gave it walls of glass and put the bridge on the side of the property rather than at the back in order to give the [primary] bedroom suite a breathtaking view of the water.
Bohlin called the 5,570 square foot property a “reinterpretation of the post-war Miami regional modernist architectural movement.” It uses a minimalist palette of concrete, ipe wood and white oak, with limestone flooring. Access to the outdoors is anchored in its DNA: French doors open onto a lush garden and offer sea breezes to cool the living and sleeping areas, connected by an open staircase.
The four-bedroom home also has a rooftop patio and a series of outdoor living rooms as well as 100 feet of water frontage, including its own dock and pier.
Something you won’t find in an Apple Store? The 69-foot elevated glass infinity pool, offering stunning views of Biscayne Bay from the front and a colonnaded walkway below.
Real housewives‘Kyle Richards raises asking price for Mulholland Drive mansion
Reality TV queen Kyle Richards and her real estate mogul husband Mauricio Umansky are relisting their former seven-bedroom mansion with a more than $ 1 million increase in asking price.
Located in a cul-de-sac just off Mulholland Drive, the 6,229 square foot property at 15475 Milldale Drive is nestled in the serene mountains between Bel Air and Sherman Oaks.
Richards and Umansky bought the 1957 white lifter in 2011 for $ 3.05 million, according to Dirt, and it featured prominently on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. RHOBH “Friend” Faye Resnick, a decorator, added luxe adornments like crystal chandeliers, checkered marble floors, and a wood-paneled living room that spills out onto the lawn.
After the family decamped to Encino in 2017, the property was put on the market for $ 7 million, Dirt reported. After making it available for short-term rentals, they lowered the price before taking it off the market in 2018.
Last summer, at the height of the pandemic, it was re-listed for $ 5.95 million. Then it was taken off the market again and offered for rent at $ 20,000 per month.
Now Umansky and Richards have re-listed the property at a more bullish price of $ 6.75 million.
The property is listed with Umansky’s company, The Agency, and is managed by Richards and Umansky’s daughter, Alexia Umansky, and Farrah Brittany, Richards’ daughter from a previous union.
Anderson Cooper lists Gloria Vanderbilt’s last home
When Gloria Vanderbilt passed away in 2019, she left behind a legacy of 95 years of glamor, fame, artistry and philanthropy. She also left behind a two-bedroom apartment at 30 Beekman Place in Turtle Bay in Manhattan.
This is not where her news anchor son, Anderson Cooper, grew up, but the spacious building designed by George F. Pelham served as the Heiress’ home and canvas for the last 23 years of her life.
Now Cooper has put 30 Beekman Place, 2A, on the market for $ 1.125 million, with Ileen Schoenfeld and Aracely Moran of Brown Harris Stevens taking care of the list.
Vanderbilt was constantly remodeling and redecorating – the result being a home described by the New York Times like: “something outside of The thousand and One Nights, draped in orange silk panels, pink lacquered walls, mirrored rooms, Russian icons and chandeliers to which Christmas decorations hang all year round.
Sadly, Vanderbilt’s exotic furnishings don’t come with the sale, but, according to the ad, the apartment is ideal for “a discerning guest who will be delighted to own the former home and sanctuary of one of the icons. the most important and admired of the 20th century. . “
The list also describes Beekman Place as a “beautifully maintained pre-war apartment building”, but according to the Times, the apartment has not been renovated since Vanderbilt arrived in 1997 and is in dire need of a refresh.
The ground floor apartment, once the offices of Cooper’s father, Wyatt, and now an artist’s studio, is also being considered for sale.
$ 22 million model unit sits in world’s tallest residential tower
Even as work continues on the Central Park Tower, the tallest residential building in the world welcomes residents. Extell Development Company shares new images of the three-bedroom residence now for sale on the 66th floor of the 1,500-foot-tall building.
Australian Blainey North & Associates designed the interiors of the $ 21,890,000 two-room apartment. North imbued the house with a bold elegance that matches its noble address, incorporating furniture from Gabriel Scott and Amy Somerville, lighting fixtures from Urban Electric Company, and custom rugs from Rug Company. The living room – aka “the Grand Salon” – is filled with brutalist sculptures by ceramic artist Dan Schneiger. And to give the 3,165 square foot area a sensory boost, North introduced custom textured wall fabrics.
“I’ve spent a lot of time in New York City and I’m still excited by the ever-present, jarring buzz of the city,” she told AD PRO. “I want to create spaces that offer a silent counterpoint to this noise, a classic sanctuary that still reflects the effervescence of the city. We were fascinated by the idea of conveying this into the interior elements, imagining the walls as part of the sound of the city with the heart of the apartment sitting in silence.
Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Central Park Tower comprises 179 luxury condos, with units available ranging from a two-bedroom at $ 6,900,000 to a five-bedroom at $ 65,750,000.
Italian fashion house Missoni completes first residential building
Following in the footsteps of Armani, Bulgari, Fendi and Versace, Missoni embarks on the luxury real estate game, with the construction of the first residential tower of the Italian fashion house, Missoni Baia, in the growing district from Edgewater to Miami. .
Developed by Oko Group, the elegant 57-story building designed by architect Hani Rashid of Asymptote Architecture incorporates the iconic brand’s colorful palette, with Missoni Home furniture used in all public spaces. Under the direction of Angela and Rosita Missoni, designer Paris Forino envisioned Missoni Baia’s elegantly designed residences, furniture and artwork.
The resort-style amenities of the waterfront skyscraper include tennis courts, billiard room, beauty salon and spa, as well as an Olympic-sized swimming pool, door-to-door infinity pool overhang overlooking Biscayne Bay and three other swimming pools.
Facade unveiled at 212 West 93rd Street
Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties unveiled the new contemporary facade at 212 West 93rd Street on the Upper West Side of New York City.
Designed by architectural firm ODA, the 14-story condominium will house just 20 one- to four-bedroom homes (and the Congregation Shaare Zedek Synagogue, accessible through a separate entrance).
“We designed the 212 West 93rd to be seamless from inside to outside, maximizing private outdoor space, natural light and interior volume,” said Eran Chen, Founder and Executive Director of ‘ODA, to AD PRO. Exteriors are key: The property’s terraces, which range from 244 square feet to over 580 square feet, are larger than some Manhattan studios.
Seventy percent of the building’s residences offer outdoor space, and even for those that don’t, Chen says, “the oversized beveled windows blend interior and exterior elements for a smooth transition.
The Lindsey Stokes team at Compass is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 212 West 93rd Street.
California’s first zero-carbon house hits market for $ 32 million
Six-bedroom mansion in Malibu redefines green living: The hope is that Zero One, designed by Burdge Architects, will achieve zero carbon status during its lifetime by using carbon sequestering materials to offset construction emissions .
Developed by Crown Pointe Estates, the 14,000 square foot home was built with sustainable wood, saving the environmental cost of some 80,000 pounds of steel.
With an ongoing global concrete shortage, developers have replaced the traditional concrete slab foundation with a crawl space, and a rubber underlay made from recycled tires can be found beneath the wood and stone floors. About a quarter of the concrete used was recycled, says Crown Pointe.
There’s also an organic fruit orchard, herb garden, and even a beehive, as well as eco-friendly appliances like an induction cooker, electric barbecue, water vapor fireplace, and car charging station. .
Zero One is part of the Zero Series by MariSol Malibu, a collection of four homes between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains that have been certified as “zero carbon ready” by the International Living Future Institute.
Residents will still need to submit the equivalent of one year of utility bills to receive zero carbon certification, according to the the Wall Street newspaper.
Originally appeared on Architectural Digest