Robb Report

Tribeca Unveils David Mann-Designed Model Residences

Closings are officially underway at 111 Murray Street, the glass tower designed by architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox.


New York Times

Interior Design, Front and Center


Interior Design, Front and Center

Hiring a high-profile architect used to be all it took to sell a new building. But now buyers want to see the interiors fully designed, as well.


The Hollywood Reporter

L.A.'s New A-List Hotel Residences


L.A.'s New A-List Hotel Residences

Hotel residences from Century City to Staples Center are luring a new tribe of would-be Eloises with amenity-rich vertical living.


Robb Report

Here's Your Chance to Buy a $15 Million Penthouse Overlooking West Hollywood's Sunset Strip

Located in the top floor of the hotel, the single-story, four bedroom penhouses offer 180 degree space, while Penthouse B spans 3,848 square feet.


Las Vegas Review Journal

Developer of new Las Vegas Strip resort has backer in Trump

The man behind the Las Vegas Strip's first new resort since 2010 received an endorsement Saturday from a powerful figure-the president of the United States.



Los Angeles' Panoramic Penthouse Listings Are Rarified Air

The Residences at The West Hollywood Edition unveiled a pair of extravagant penthouses on the top floor above Edition Hotel, courtesy of Ian Shrager and designer architect John Pawson.


Curbed Los Angeles

Mapping the fancy new developments headed to Sunset Strip

The West Hollywood Edition will be a two-building project, with nearly 150 hotel rooms and 20 very high-end condos with terraces and outdoor kitchens.


The Urban Developer

America's Best Houses of 2018

The American Institute of Architects has announced the winners of its annual housing awards, with 11 residential projects taking out line honours for North America's best new housing of 2018.


The Wall Street Journal

Penthouse for 'Health-Conscious' Buyer Lists for $40 Million


Penthouse for 'Health-Conscious' Buyer Lists for $40 Million

A penthouse in a new Manhattan tower with a Turkish bath and a residents-only blowout bar is hitting the market for $40 million.



John Pawson reveals latest residential offering in Los Angeles

The Residences at The West Hollywood Edition are set to be one of Los Angeles' most highly anticipated projects to date.


Associated Press

Long-stalled Vegas casino-resort gets new life


Long-stalled Vegas casino-resort gets new life

The Fountainebleau is no more. Call it The Drew Las Vegas.


Architectural Digest

Witkoff Debuts John Pawson-Designed West Hollywood Edition Residences


Witkoff Debuts John Pawson-Designed West Hollywood Edition Residences

Ever stayed in a hotel and thought, I wish I could just move in? Well, this newly announced Los Angeles project may be your best chance.


Financial Times

Icahn sells Las Vegas property to Witkoff for $600M

Witkoff, together with a subsidiary of Vector Group, said on Tuesday that they have acquired a Las Vegas hotel from Icahn Enterprises.


New York Post

Carl Icahn selling unfinished Las Vegas resort for $600M

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is unloading the still-unfinished Fontainebleau resort on the Las Vegas Strip to a group lead by New York developer Steve Witkoff.



Carl Icahn Unloads Unfinished Las Vegas Casino

Billionaire Carl Icahn has sold an unfinished Las Vegas Casino. New York-bested developer led the investor group taking over the site.


The Real Deal

Witkoff and Vector bet $600M on former Fontainebleau Las Vegas site

The former site of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas just changed hands.



Witkoff leads investor group that bought Fontainebleau site

A partnership led by New York developer Steven Witkoff bought the site of the stalled Fontainebleau resort.



Trump is a Risk Manager

Steve Witkoff, Witkoff Group chairman & CEO, discusses the outlook for getting tax reform out of Washington D.C.



Top 10 Best-Selling NYC Buildings Mid-Year 2016

10 Madison Square West ranked in top ten residential buildings and complexes with the most sales closed in the first 6 months of 2016.


Multi-Housing News

Witkoff's 150 Charles Street Awarded LEED Gold

Manhattan's West Village increased its count of sustainable developments as Witkoff announced the U.S. Green Building Council awarded LEED Gold certification to 150 Charles Street.



COOKFOX's 150 Charles Street Attains LEED Gold Certification

There's a small breed of developers that sets their product apart both in terms of quality provided to buyers and in terms of the overall social consciousness conveyed by their developments.



Self-Made Success: How one NYC Mogul Built an Empire out of $20,000

An exclusive interview with real estate magnate Steve Witkoff: lessons from life, luck, and a long friendship with the POTUS.


Fox Business, Varney & Co.

Trump's Friend on Advising the President

Witkoff CEO and Chairman, Steve Witkoff, discusses President Trump's pro-growth agenda.



Steve Witkoff: Will Finally See Growth, Infrastructure Spending

Steve Witkoff, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Witkoff, on regulatory reforms under a Trump Presidency, and expected growth and infrastructure spending.



Witkoff Group CEO Says Russia a "Red Herring" for Trump

Steve Witkoff, chairman and chief executive officer at Witkoff Group, explains why he trusts that President Donald Trump will be good for his business and the U.S. economy.



One of Donald Trump's Oldest Friends Also Wants to Repeal Dodd-Frank

Repeal Dodd-Frank or admit that you're satisfied with a miserable outlook for economic growth forever. That's not just the apparent opinion of Donald Trump, but also one of his oldest friends.


The Real Deal

Developer Steve Witkoff on why LA is a good, cheap bet for the next Edition

Developer has 50% interest in new West Hollywood hotel.


Mansion Global

Developers Are Catering to High-End Buyers with Cutting-Edge Features

When luxury developers plan their next projects, much thought goes into the amenities and features that will entice buyers.


Haute Residence

Rising Reinvented Hotels

Developer Steven Witkoff is repurposing hotels and reinventing the hospitality market through innovative collaborations with the industry's most creative talents.


Mansion Global

Star Designers Leave Lasting Imprint on Luxury Real Estate

Like star architects, may top interior designers have achieved broad name recognition in recent years.



Waking Up to Witkoff

Witkoff's 111 Murray Street pushes luxury living to new heights. Literally.


The Real Deal

NYC Luxury Market: Manhattan Sales

You've heard the tale a dozen times before: From 2012 to 2014, Manhattan's luxury condominium market was on fire. And sometimes, even the most outlandish-sounding numbers turn out to be accurate.


Downtown Magazine

Drybar to Open its First Private Location

For many New Yorkers, the Drybars spread around the city is a welcome breather in a busy city life. Imagine having it in your own building.


Luxury Listings

Glam Squad

Tapping into the competition for condo amenities, Drybar at 111 Murray Street will coif residents only.



Tribeca's 111 Murray Gets Craned & Readies for 810-Foot Climb

Downtown Manhattan's next cloud-buster is on the rise.


NFL News

NFL, Cirque du Soleil to offer fans the ultimate NFL experience

The NFL, NFLPA and Cirque du Soleil, the world's leading creator of spectacular live productions, today announced plans for an NFL attraction in Times Square, a first-of-its-kind attraction in the heart of New York City. Spanning 40,000 square feet, the four-story innovative exhibit, located on the corner of West 47th Street and 7th Avenue at 20 Times Square, is set to open Fall of 2017.


The New York Times

NFL Is Teaming With Cirque du Soleil to Draw New Fans

Cirque du Soleil, known for breathtaking acrobatics, and the N.F.L., known for bone-crushing hits, are joining forces in the latest iteration of the sports world's race for young and international fans.


The New York Times

Amenities Replace Toys

A sprawling 14th-floor apartment at 10 Madison Square West, Witkoff's condominium conversion of a century-old showroom building at the International Toy Center, sold for $14,255,500 and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records.


Real Estate Weekly

What’s on the inside counts as developers push the limits on lavish amenities

At the top of New York City’s luxury residential market, developers are getting more and more creative about the amenities included in their pricey buildings.


Real Estate Weekly

As Drybar moves in, life at 111 Murray now comes with fringe benefits

In a first-of-its-kind deal, national salon chain Drybar is partnering with apartment developers to offer residents in-house blowouts.



The how and why of 111 Murray Street

Three people involved with the development divulge the secrets to Samantha DeBianchi.


Commercial Observer

Power 100

Steve Witkoff, CEO of the Witkoff Group.


Los Angeles Times

Edition hotel project in West Hollywood gets $260 million in financing

LA's newest trendy boutique hotel — a luxurious 190-room property with not one but two rooftop pools — is expected to rise from the Sunset Strip this spring now that the developers have received $260 million in financing.


The Street

Strong Dollar Not Deterring NYC Apartment Buyers Says Witkoff CEO

The strong dollar will not keep foreign investors from buying real estate in the U.S. in 2016, said Steve Witkoff, CEO of the Witkoff Group.


CNBC’s Power Lunch

Witkoff's Times Square retail gambit

Steven Witkoff, Chairman & CEO, The Witkoff Group, discusses a new 39-story building that's going to change the face of Times Square.


Commercial Observer

Ian Schrager Taps CBRE for 20 Times Square Retail

Ian Schrager and his joint venture constructing the Times Square Edition hotel at 20 Times Square has named CBRE as the exclusive leasing agent for the development’s 76,000-square-foot retail component.


Globe St.

CBRE Gets Agency for 20 Times Square Retail

The property, being developed by the Witkoff Group and several partners, is a mixed-use development that will include a hotel.


The Real Deal

Prices rising at the end of the tunnel

Second Avenue subway progress gives bump to Upper East Side property values.


New York Post

We Hear...

That Lauren Witkoff, creative director of design and marketing for The Witkoff Group, along with matchmaker Lisa Ronis, hosted a pre-Valentine’s Day event for the ASPCA Tuesday night in three model apartments at 515 E. 72nd St.


Bloomberg TV

Why I Support Paying NYC Pre-School Tax: Witkoff

Steven Witkoff, chairman & CEO at The Witkoff Group, discusses why companies divest of real estate holdings and his support of a new tax on the rich in New York City to fund pre-school education on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”


New York Post

Time Square's New 'Edition'

Marriott brings Schrager's vision to 7th Avenue Hotel.



Marriott’s Edition Brand to Open a Second Property in Manhattan

Marriott International Inc.’s luxury Edition brand will open a second location in New York, at a property in the Times Square area owned by a partnership that also agreed to refinance the debt on the project.


Commercial Observer

Hotel Transactions Expected to Accelerate

With a number of large assets on the market, the trade of New York hotels is expected to pick up in 2014.


The Real Deal

Witkoff: the savvy strategist

It was the kind of chance encounter Steven Witkoff could only have dreamt about back when he was a young attorney pulling 90-hour workweeks at Dreyer & Traub in the late 1970s.


The New York Times

In 2013, the High End Ruled

After a four-year dry spell, a crop of new luxury condominiums aimed at the superrich opened in Manhattan and were snapped up faster and at prices surpassing those attained before the recession.


New York Magazine

The Fastest-Selling New Development

Even in this inventory-starved market where buyers are once again eager to purchase apartments off floor plans, 150 Charles Street, currently under construction, stands out.


New York Post

The Real Estate Bloom

The Mayor's final year was the most successful since the crash. A look back at the highlights of 2013.


Globe St.

Helmsley Park Lane Trades for $660M

Pointing up the continued rock-solid strength of the lodging sector, the scale of the Helmsley Park Lane Hotel closed Monday for $660 million.


The New York Times

The Art of Hanging Around

While some neighbors fought the development of 150 Charles Street, a luxury condominium building in the West Village that will open in 2015, the photographer Jan Staller, who lives across the street, decided to chronicle its rise.


Bloomberg BusinessWeek

Manhattan Homes Under $3 Million Never Harder to Buy

With $1 million to spend and no need for a mortgage Laiyan Wong expected to be able to easily buy a two-bedroom apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. What she didn’t anticipate was how much competition she’d have.


The Wall Street Journal

In Manhattan, High-End Condo Sales Surging

Apartments are selling for well over $5,000 a square foot in slim skyscrapers near Central Park such as One57 and 432 Park Ave., which isn't slated for completion until at least 2015. Another project by Mr. Witkoff, 150 Charles St. in the West Village, has found buyers for all its 91 units after sales began in February, with prices topping $3,000 a square foot.



How the rich get a big real estate tax break

The rarefied few who can afford to shell out tens of millions of dollars for an apartment in one of the gleaming new condominiums being built across New York City may be searching for luxury, but in some cases they will find an unexpected perk: a break on real estate taxes that can mean tax bills as low as $96 a month.


The Wall Street Journal

This Year's Model

The art of the sample apartment aimed at getting buyers to spend millions: "The less they have to think...the more likely they are to buy"


Daily News

150 Charles in West Village stakes its claim as the top condo in town

The hottest new development in town is made in America and bought by Americans.


The Wall Street Journal

Condos and Classrooms

In the West Village, developer Steven Witkoff and his partners are moving ahead on 150 Charles St., a pricey 91-unit condo development site that they bought in 2004.


Fox Business

The Rebound of New York City Real Estate

Witkoff Group CEO Steven Witkoff on the outlook for the housing market in New York City.



New Line of Rentals at 25 Broad; 515 East 72nd Adds 2BRs

The spa-condo building at 515 East 72nd Street, despite it's trouble past, has been trying to move up and onward in the real estate world.


The Wall Street Journal

Luxury, Sure, But Buyers Try For Low Key

The rich are back, spending as much or more than everon New York real estate, though a bit more discreetly than in the past.



Pricing, Floorplans Revealed at On-Sale 150 Charles Street

Brokers have been getting early peeks at 150 Charles Street for the past week or two, and now the developer and sales team have made it official: the building, much hated by neighbors, is on the market.


The New York Times

Machine of the Moment

At the building planned for 150 Charles Street, the storm influenced additions like generators, floodgates and submarine style basement doors.


The Wall Street Journal

Condo Loan Breaks Drought

A 91-unit West Village condo project that was stalled for three years by the downturn has landed a large construction loan, a potential sign that Manhattan condo construction is coming back to life.


FOX Business

Steve Witkoff on Commercial Real Estate

How will market turmoil affect the real estate market?

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