Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in May 2015

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

imagereader.aspx$70,000,000 USD | New York, USA | Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage

A Manhattan penthouse that sold for $50.9 million in early 2014 is relisting for $70 million, according to listing agent Kamali Chandler of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Called Penthouse One, the apartment comprises the top floor of Walker Tower, an Art Deco office building converted to condos. When it was sold by the developers in 2014, it set a record for the most expensive home sale downtown.

Manhattan Penthouse Goes Back on the Market for $70 Million — Wall Street Journal

Empty Nesters Reclaim the Kids’ Rooms — The Wall Street Journal

Monaco real estate just had its hottest year ever — CNN Money

On the Market: A 19th-century brownstone in Savannah, Georgia — Architectural Digest

Lutyens: Delhi’s Leafy Corridors of Power — Wall Street Journal

Orange County Nears Peak Prices — Mansion Global

5 reasons why LinkedIn is a useful tool for real estate agents — Inman

London Real Estate, Beyond Insane — Bloomberg

Indian Luxury Home Buyers Go Global — Mansion Global

A Hint of Versailles on Central Park South — New York Times

World’s Most Expensive Estate for Sale — Huffington Post

Sonoma Ranch with Party Barns Seeks $32 Million — The Wall Street Journal

Scottish house prices rise twice as fast as in England and Wales — Property Wire

Bridging the Divide Between Technology and Real Estate — Curbed Chicago

Signs of a Real Estate Upswing in Barbados — New York Times