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This trend reached its apotheosis with the news in 2013 that a Chinese buyer had purchased a $6.5 million apartment in One57 for her 2-year-old daughter. As Sotheby’s International senior vice president Kevin Brown told Chinese state television, the toddler needed a place in the city, as she planned to one day attend college at either Columbia, NYU or Harvard. The New York Post
After someone has worked hard their entire life, and after they bought the beautiful home in China, where do they go? Usually Hong Kong, then London and New York City,” said Kevin B. Brown, a senior global real estate adviser and an associate broker for Sotheby’s International Realty in Manhattan. “Now they are thinking, where else?- The New York Times
The Real Deal, "Exclusive Chelsea School Attracts Families and Brokers"
China Daily, "NY Real Estate Firms Wooing Chinese Buyers"
Forbes, "Join The Great Gatsby: Chinese Real Estate Buyers Fan Out To Long Island's North Shore"
Avenue Magazine, "The Leading Men of REAL ESTATE"
Voactiv, "The Safety Deposit Box in the Sky"
Jing Daily, "Follow the Money: Chinese Real Estate Purchases Surge in the United States"
Business Insider - A Chinese Family Bought A $6.5 Million NYC Apartment For Their 2-Year-Old
Telegraph, "Chinese family buys £4 million New York flat for two-year-old"
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