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  1. Japanese painter lists $2M Chelsea studio loft

    01.15 / 21:33 NYPost-RealEstate
    Japanese artist Rikuro Okamoto, whose work is featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art — and in the eponymously named Rikuro Okamoto Museum in Japan — has just listed his loft and studio space in Chelsea, at 109 W. 26th St., for $1.97 million. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op is 1,694 squ…
  2. Blinged-out Trump Tower pad finally finds buyer

    01.15 / 21:31 NYPost-RealEstate
    A one-bedroom, 1½-bathroom condo in Trump Tower, aka White House North, is finally in contract after being on the market for 314 days, according to StreetEasy. It was last asking $2.19 million. The glitzy unit at 721 Fifth Ave., which comes with presidentially priced common charges of $1,812/month, is on the 32nd floor and features f…
  3. Derek Jeter gets special permission for fence to fend off paparazzi

    01.15 / 21:29 NYPost-RealEstate
    Derek Jeter is swinging for the fences so he can be safe at home. The city of Tampa this week granted special permission to the Yankees icon to build taller barriers around his nine-bedroom Florida fortress to fend off nosy paparazzi and star-struck loiterers. Tampa’s Variance Review Board agreed with Jeter – and his n…
  4. Cuomo will make foreclosure reform a priority — finally

    01.15 / 21:27 NYPost-RealEstate
    Gov. Cuomo and state lawmakers are finally making reverse-mortgage foreclosure reform a priority this year — following continuing coverage of a crisis by The Post. Last week, the governor announced plans to provide reverse-mortgage holders the right to a mandatory foreclosure settlement conference with their lender, overseen by the court, just as traditional mortgage b…
  5. Hedgie ‘scammed’ out of $2.5M to renovate Hamptons home

    01.15 / 21:25 NYPost-RealEstate
    A hedge-funder charges that a real-estate agent and his secret builder-boyfriend turned his Hamptons dream home into a money pit and milked him for $2.5 million. Manhattan financier Matthew Smith, 39, wanted to live year-round in Sag Harbor, where he met his wife and spent his summers. He enlisted his longtime real-estate agent, Jason…