James Tarmy, Bloomberg

James Tarmy


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by James:

Kelli O’Hara: SingingThe Hours Opera Is “a Fearful Thing for Me to Do”

She’ll be appearing alongside divas Renée Fleming and Joyce DiDonato at the Metropolitan Opera’s premiere of a new opera based on Michael Cunningham’s novel. → Read More

Inside the Secret Mansions of Montecito, California’s Discreet Hamptons

Prince Harry might be Montecito’s showiest resident but definitely not the richest. A new book reveals the lavish lives behind the enclave’s closed doors. → Read More

Meet the Man Who Wants to Build You a $200,000 Library of Books

Harper Levine, the art dealer and bookseller, sees a growth market in rare books. → Read More

A Well-Preserved Frank Lloyd Wright House Hits Market Near NYC

The home, which was completed after the architect’s death, is on the market for $1.525 million. → Read More

How NYC Co-Ops Are Saving Themselves by Breaking Their Own Rules

The city's most desirable addresses used to have some of its most insane requirements. That's changing. → Read More

A 1,000-Piece Contemporary Art Collection Is Coming to Auction

Acquired over decades by Sherry and Joel Mallin, the work will be sold by Sotheby’s over the course of several years. → Read More

Low-Flow Showers Are Back in Spotlight Amid Water Shortages, Drought

Bath brands are rushing to promote fixtures that get the most pressure out of a little water. → Read More

Artist Barbara Kruger, Critic of Capitalism, Has a Market Moment

A group of buzzy shows is boosting prices for her work—which is widely recognized but has never broken the bank. → Read More

Aspen’s Mansion Market Is Cooling Right as the Buying Season Starts

It took about a month for brokers to realize that Aspen’s white-hot market had cooled. “We’ve definitely had the first true off-season since Covid,” says Jennifer Banner, a broker at Christie’s International Real Estate Aspen Snowmass. “Over the last two years it was busy through May and June. This year it was quiet.” That was her first indication of a return to a normal market rhythm. → Read More

The Hamptons Covid-Era Buying Frenzy Is Officially Over

Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe, anchored live from London, tracks breaking news in Europe and around the world. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg News. Monitor your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the globe. → Read More

Demand for $10 Million-Plus Homes Slows in New York, Hamptons

For the first time in a decade, a “balanced market” is on the table. → Read More

The Rocky Mountains Are the Next Hotbed for Contemporary Architecture

A new book makes the argument that the Rockies aren’t just filled with log cabin clichés. → Read More

The Last 12 Houses on Florida’s Fisher Island Are Up for Sale

They’re priced in the range of $33 million, which is expensive even for America’s fifth-richest zip code. → Read More

NFL Owner Irsay Takes $100 Million Memorabilia Collection on Tour

“If someone offered me a billion dollars, I wouldn’t sell it.” → Read More

Ten Summer Books That Shed Light on Today’s Most Pressing Issues

Or maybe we're just drawn to tales of corruption, greed, intoxication, deception, disaster, delusion, and war. → Read More

At the Venice Biennale, Art Begins to Leave Identity Politics Behind

The much-anticipated, Covid-delayed global showcase sees artists firmly moving away from figuration and toward a new end: the message. → Read More

After a Pandemic Lull, Prices Soar for Blue Chip Art at Auction

The high end of the market just got higher as auction houses put $40 million price tags on their best pieces. → Read More

Billionaire Robert Toll’s NYC Penthouse Hits Market for $22 Million

The triplex apartment, purchased with the Toll Brothers real estate developers’ fortune, has 360-degree views of New York City. → Read More

A Rare First Edition of ‘The Great Gatsby’ Lists at $360,000

The book is an ultra-rare example of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel—and is priced accordingly. → Read More

This $49.5 Million Bel Air Compound Is Hidden in Plain Sight

Today’s modern leaders face a different set of financial challenges than their predecessors did, but also far more opportunities. And the conventional wisdom of past generations is just that- conventional. Good Money is dedicated to demystifying personal finance for the modern leader, helping them prepare for a better future. → Read More