Where the one percent live

We’re only human. So when the fancy tenants of 432 Park started complaining about living conditions in the one of the famous towers on Billionaires’ Row, the internet had a real laugh. Finance reporter Katherine Clarke takes a look into the exclusive, and sometimes amusing, world of high-end real estate in our latest release.

The Weird Truth about Luxury Real Estate

Elite properties are often ghost towns because they serve as wealthy people’s secondary residences. Billionaires’ Row in particular is known as a way for rich people to park their cash, which makes for many empty units. The irony is that the semi-abandoned towers have affected many other New Yorkers, who have complained about the buildings’ impact on the neighborhood and the skyline. 

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