Biniés castle is an impressive historical building located in the town of Biniés in the north of the Spanish province of Huesca, Aragón. According to medieval expert Antonio Ubieto Arteta, its origins may date back to the 9th century, even though more reliable evidence suggests that it served as a fortress in the 12th century.
Some of those attending Luxury Real Estate’s 7th Annual International Symposium at the end of January were still a little groggy from cross-continental flights when they arrived on the Monday evening, but minor cases of jet lag were soon cured when local agents Inmobiliaria Rimontgó, who hosted the Valencia conference with LRE, introduced the international gathering of delegates to one of Valencia’s worst kept secrets: Casa Montaña.
On the final day of Luxury Real Estate’s 7th Annual International Symposium, held in Valencia between 29-31 January and co-hosted by Rimontgó, international delegates visited the state-of-the-art facilities of Cessna’s Valencia Service Center. The impressive facility is headed up by Walter Berchtold, Cessna’s Regional Vice President of European Customer Service, and features 5,800 square metres of hangar space and 3,500 square metres of office space and professional crew facilities.
Luxury Real Estate (LRE), one of the world’s leading international networks of real estate professionals, will be holding its LRE International Symposium in Valencia this year from Tuesday 29 to Thursday 31 January. Acting as host will be Inmobiliaria Rimontgó, one of the organisation’s longstanding members. As a Valencia-based company, they will be welcoming a large contingent of prominent real estate firms from across North America, Europe and also the Far East – as well as an impressive list of speakers and delegates from across a wide range of business sectors, educational institutions and levels of local government.
From Thursday 19th until Sunday 22nd of April, real estate professionals flocked to the Spring SIMA (Salón Inmobilario Internacional de Madrid) convention at the Feria de Madrid, Centro de Convenciones Sur. As always, it offered an excellent opportunity not only to catch up with fellow property professionals but also to learn about the latest industry trends.
The most expensive apartment in New York has sold for a staggering $88 million to a Russian billionaire, setting an unprecedented record in the Manhattan real estate market. The 627 square-metre apartment in Central Park West was sold by Brown Harris Stevens, the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. Rimontgó is also an associate of Christie’s, who is based in Valencia. The property was bought by Ekaterina Rybolovleva, the 22-year-old daughter of Russian billionaire, Dmitriy Rybolovlev, who made his fortune in the fertilizer business. Rybolovleva is currently studying at a US university and plans to stay in the apartment when visiting New York.
Recently the website of America’s CNBC network featured one of Rimontgó’s properties, Castillo de Santa Florentina-Casa Nova, under the title ‘Extreme Fireplaces’. It’s certainly true that this unique property’s scale and medieval grandeur would lend itself to some impressive fireplaces, but CNBC’s report goes on to also discuss the castle’s long history and many outstanding features.
When it comes to outfitting the office, business leaders who demand the highest levels of form and function will have three initials in mind: not ICI or IBM as one might anticipate, but JMM.
José Martínez-Medina’s family has been manufacturing fine furniture since the 19th century, a tradition that has surely reached its apotheosis in the extraordinary designs that José Martínez-Medina has created for such illustrious clients as Telefónica, Parliament House, Intertronic – and Rimontgó.
The location of the Hotel Colonna Pevero could hardly be bettered: overlooking the azure waters of the Golfo del Pevero – an intimate indent right in the heart of Sardinia’s celebrated Costa Smeralda. From its vantage point against a gentle rise the world is a subtle blur of parkland, natural Mediterranean vegetation, beaches, coves and the stylish cluster of local architecture ranged about a particularly privileged corner of one of the most glamorous coastlines in the world.
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