Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In New York | The Wall Street Church With the $6 Billion Portfolio While many houses of worship are warding off developers as they struggle to hold onto their buildings, Trinity Church has become a big-time developer itself. Trinity Church is undergoing a renovation expected to cost $110 million, while also building a new $350 million glass tower nearby. Credit Credit Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Supported by ByJane Margolies Feb. 8, 2019 Since the blockbuster musical “Hamilton,” tourists have been swarming Trinity Church, part of an Episcopal parish in Lower Manhattan that dates to the 17th century. Alexander Hamilton and his wife, Eliza Schuyler Hamilton, are buried in the cemetery there. Recent years have been good to the church and the rest of its campus. St. Paul’s Chapel, near the World Trade Center, escaped destruction during the … [Read more...] about The Wall Street Church With the $6 Billion Portfolio
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NEWARK, N.J. — Senator Cory Booker was educated at Stanford, Oxford and Yale, but he likes to say he got his real education at Brick Towers, the dilapidated and dangerous housing project in inner-city Newark where he spent eight years as a tenant—not by necessity, but by choice. Living in a 16th-floor apartment that often lacked heat, hot water and elevator service, among poor neighbors trapped on the slum side of the American Dream, this celebrated black prodigy from a comfortable white suburb took an extended tutorial in urban adversity. He got a firsthand introduction to the policy issues that drove his agenda as a city councilor, mayor and New Jersey senator, and will now drive his newly announced presidential campaign. Brick Towers is gone now, but on a chilly gray morning in January, Booker was back at the intersection it loomed over for decades, riffing on the difference between thinking about policy and experiencing it up close. He noted that his former neighbor … [Read more...] about Is Cory Booker for Real?
By Marilyn Kalfus | [email protected] | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: January 29, 2019 at 11:04 am | UPDATED: January 29, 2019 at 11:10 am Four Orange County homes sold for over $30 million a piece last year. Construction boomlets were going strong in some high-end spots, and speculative builders cashed in on luxury flips. But as interest rates inched up, supply swelled and political and global forces came into play, overall sales dropped. “The market is in transition,” said Steve High, president of Villa Real Estate. The firm was involved in the two most expensive sales of the year. High counted more than 125 homes built in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach during 2017 and 2018, with an average sales price of $4.436 million. But overall, sales were down in Newport Beach by 12 percent last year, and in Laguna Beach, by 7 percent, he said. The longtime Orange County real estate executive and agent sees the new tax law beginning to have an impact on the … [Read more...] about Top 10: See the most expensive Orange County home sales of 2018
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