New York developer Michael Stern just closed on the missing piece to his South Beach puzzle for $9.25 million, bringing his total to more than $50 million for the assemblage.Read More
Mink Development closes on a $50,000,000 assemblage in Miami Beach and plans a 300,000 square foot condo development design by a worldwide architect.Read More
Fischer has also designed a slender, glassy apartment building for 302 East 96th Street, the former site of a parking garage on the Upper East Side that's being built up by Mink and Wonder Works. The building will have 48 condos spread over 21 floors.Read More
The mansion that was once home to fashion designer and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, mother of television reporter Anderson Cooper, listed for $59 million in April.Read More
The building at 39 East 72nd Street is currently configured as five apartments, but owners B+B Capital and Mink Development have plans to convert it to a single family.Read More
Upper East Side mansion once home to Gloria Vanderbilt could be restored for $59M buyerA Gilded Age Upper East Side building once home to socialite and uber-wealthy heiress Gloria Vanderbilt has hit the market for $59 million.Read More
Upper East Side mansion once home to Gloria Vanderbilt could be restored for $59M buyerA Gilded Age Upper East Side building once home to socialite and uber wealthy heiress Gloria Vanderbilt has hit the market for $59 million.Read More
Wonder Works Development Group, Forbes Development LLC, Mink Development, and Fimida Enterprises have acquired the parking garage at 302 E. 96th St. in New York City from Walter & Samuels, Inc. for $24 million.
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The development arm of Joseph Klaynberg’s Wonder Works Construction, in partnership with Daniel Figotin’s Fimida Enterprises and Daniel Minkowitz’s Mink Development, just bought an Upper East Side parking garage and is looking to construct a 21-story condominium building on the site.
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A joint venture comprising affiliates of Mink Development, Fimida Enterprises and Wonder Works Construction Corp. has taken out a $18.4 million pre-development bridge loan on 302 E. 96th St., Globest.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY. The loan on this residential development site, located on the Upper East Side, was arranged by Cushman & Wakefield and provided by G4 Capital Partners.
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