Leonard Steinberg

  • Defining New Luxury in Manhattan Multifamily

    The recent “Luxury Living—The Future of the Five-Star Market” panel discussion at the MiMa apartment building in New York, hosted by Related Companies and presented by the Real Estate Board of New York, discussed what luxury means going forward for Manhattan multifamily communities.

    National 05 December 2014 17:31

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