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Do you take your coffee with a little class rage? If so, this is your morning: yesterday, The Real Estate mentioned that uber-mega-luxury magazine Haute Living was launching a New York edition to be made available in 400 luxury buildings where apartments averaged for $4.2 million (we noted that this was just another case of "rich fucks reading about their rich fucking lifestyle while lounging about their rich fucker apartment"). But bait and you shall receive, and Haute Living co-founders/publishers Kamal Hotchandi and Seth Similof have sent along the official release for Haute New York, which is "planned for luxury realtors to market to the exclusive high net worth investor, buyer, and sellers seeking the good life in New York and Hamptons." Mmm, you can hear advertisors moaning in ecstasy.

As it turns out, you'll find Haute New York more places than just luxury condos:

Distribution will be 35,000 copies, going to the most affluent and discriminate homebuyers. The magazine will be distributed to more than 200 New York City newsstands, over 500 luxury buildings where the average price of an apartment is $4.2 million, over 300 New York and Hamptons real estate firms, in flight on private jets, lobbies of world wide private jet airports, over 5,000 copies distributed in Palm Beach and Miami Beach, 1,000 high-end Manhattan and Hamptons retailers—and targeted home-delivery to the top 10 Luxury Residential Buildings in New York City (Time Warner, Beacon Court, Trump, etc).

Oh, our bad. So it's actually all about rich fucks reading about their rich fucking lifestyle while fucking models on their private jets. Sorry we misunderstood.

The full release:

Haute New York Geared Towards New York and Hamptons Luxury Real Estate and Design. Magazine Planned for Luxury Realtors to Market to the Exclusive High Net Worth Investor, Buyer, and Sellers seeking the good life in New York and Hamptons.

Haute Living is proud to announce the launch of Haute New York on October 15th, 2006. Published bi-monthly, the magazine will bring our readers the latest stories on New York and Hampton's high-end luxury real estate and its most influential players.

Haute Living New York will focus on those who demand the most luxurious real estate choices and have the means to afford it—making it the magazine of choice for investors, buyers and sellers seeking the good life in New York and the Hamptons.

Known for its superb content and in-depth cover stories, Haute Living has celebrated an extraordinary group of developers, architects and interior designers—from Donald Trump, Ian Schrager and Dubai's Mohammad Alabbar to Philippe Starck and Giorgio Armani.

"A New York edition was a natural next step for Haute Living," explains co-founder/publisher Kamal Hotchandani. "Obviously, New York leads the way when it comes to luxury real estate. We've been distributing in New York for six months now and almost from the start—we enjoyed enormous support from its most important players," adds Hotchandani, "and just as we have set a new standard for publications covering luxury real estate and design for South Florida, we plan to capture the luxury market of New York/Hamptons in a way that no other magazine can."

Distribution will be 35,000 copies, going to the most affluent and discriminate homebuyers. The magazine will be distributed to more than 200 New York City newsstands, over 500 luxury buildings where the average price of an apartment is $4.2 million, over 300 New York and Hamptons real estate firms, in flight on private jets, lobbies of world wide private jet airports, over 5,000 copies distributed in Palm Beach and Miami Beach, 1,000 high-end Manhattan and Hamptons retailers—and targeted home-delivery to the top 10 Luxury Residential Buildings in New York City (Time Warner, Beacon Court, Trump, etc).

"We've built a winning formula to help our advertisers market and sell their luxury homes," says co- founder/publisher Seth Semilof. "So winning in fact— that we've gone from 64 pages of advertising in 2004 to nearly 268 pages so far this year. We are confident that our distribution business model in New York and Hamptons will once again be an investment to our advertisers. In the end, that is the name of the game, making money for your advertisers."

About Haute Living Magazine: A proven publication for a sophisticated luxury- seeking audience, Haute Living has no competition within its competitive set when it comes to a power elite readership of A-list developers, business leaders, world-class architects, brokers, mortgage professionals, financers, philanthropists and socialites. Using a sleek oversized format, we bring Haute Living's audience exclusive editorial feature stories, exceptional full bleed images and lavish print quality. That is why our magazine is selected by luxury lifestyle-seeking readers over all other publications targeting South Florida's most exceptional real estate. The ideal buy for advertisers looking to reach an affluent, high-spending audience, Haute Living's publications are the only regional magazines with targeted and strategic distribution.

Sincerely,
Seth Semilof and Kamal Hotchandani

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