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'Selling New York' explores multi-million dollar real estate in Manhattan

Bill Brioux The Canadian Press
'Selling New York' explores multi-million dollar real estate in Manhattan - New York - Manhattan - United States - property sales

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Back in the day on "Green Acres," Lisa Douglas used to sing, "I just adore a penthouse view." She'd really adore "Selling New York," the high-end real estate reality show premiering Sept. 8 on HGTV Canada.

How high end? Oliver and Lisa Douglas could not have afforded these castles in the sky. On a recent tour of four Manhattan penthouse properties showcased on the series, none were listed for less than US$8.9 million. The priciest and most spectacular — an 8,300 sq. ft., Fifth Avenue penthouse across the street from Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art — was listed at US$28.5 million.

While that lavish residence boasts seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, it doesn’t come with parking.

"If you live here, you don't need a car," says Michele Kleier, matriarch of the Gumley Haft Kleier agency, one of two real estate boutiques showcased on the series.


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