Ron Hershco knows that New York City Real Estate can be incredibly luxurious. This is especially true for the apartment recently purchased by Chelsea Clinton and her husband.
New York City is renowned for its real estate. The reputation is partly built upon the beautiful architecture that can be viewed in any direction, in nearly any area of the city. The location itself adds incredible appeal to the real estate. NYC Real Estate has also been the vehicle of helping entrepreneurs attain the American Dream, Ron Hershco being a great example of such an entrepreneur. But NYC Real Estate’s reputation isn’t 100% positive. It has earned a degree of notoriety for being one of the highest costing housing markets in the country.
Because of the high price of housing, most people aren’t surprised to hear that Chelsea Clinton and her husband spent $10.5 million on a 5,000 square foot apartment located in the flatiron district of Manhattan.
OMG covered Clinton’s new pad. You can read a portion of the article below:
“…The married couple of three years has traded in their “measly” $4 million apartment for a much more spacious (and much more expensive) $10.5 million pad located in Manhattan’s Flatiron district, a source confirms with omg!.
The new Clinton-Mezvinsky abode is sprawling (and not just by NYC standards) at nearly 5,000 square feet, and is housed inside luxe building The Whitman. The place boasts four bedrooms, six and a half baths, a state-of-the-art kitchen, planting terrace, home office, and media room – not to mention amazing views of Madison Square Park across the street…”Read the Full Article Here
Sources from OMG confirm that the Clinton Apartment took up 2 levels of the apartment building. And like most high end real estate in New York City, the building the Clinton’s now live in was first erected nearly 100 years ago. Which suggest another appeal of New York City real estate that draws in entrepreneurs like Ron Hershco: there are so many beautifully building available to develop and redesign, blowing a breath of new life into historical buildings of the city.