Miami Beach Development Site

Mink Development closes on a $50,000,000 assemnblage in Miami Beach and plans a 300,000 square foot condo development design by a worldwide starchitect.  

The New Most Expensive Homes for Sale in America Right Now

39 E 72nd Street featured on Forbes.

"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. Originally built in 1881 by architect B. Lynd, the mansion at 39 E. 72nd Street is 27 feet wide. Last year developers B+B Capital snapped it up for a reported $19 million. The price tag includes a historical renovation that would expand the mansion to seven stories and allow the new owner to choose appliances and finishes, according to marketing materials. Ilan Bracha of Keller Williams Realty has the listing."

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Gloria Vanderbilt’s former UES mansion hits market for $59M

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. CetraRuddy has been hired for the conversion, according to the New York Daily News. The finished product would be an 11-bedroom, 10-bathroom home with two terraces, located just one block from Central Park.

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39 East 72nd Street on NY Daily News

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. Originally built in 1881, the 27-foot-wide property, at 39 E. 72nd St., was once configured as a single-family megamansion but has since been split into five separate rental units.

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Mink, Fimida and Wonder Works Get Financing for UES Condo Project

Mink Development is featured on the Globalist on 03/11/2015

A joint venture comprising affiliates of Mink DevelopmentFimida Enterprises and Wonder Works Construction Corp. has taken out a $18.4 million pre-development bridge loan on 302 E. 96th St., 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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