The Real Deal New York

Meet the in-house brokers quietly selling NYC’s priciest condos

TRD goes behind the scenes with the agents of 220 CPS, 432 Park and others

January 28, 2016 05:29PM
By E.B. Solomont

Clockwise from top left: 220 Central Park South, Deborah Kern, 50 West, Roberta Axelrod, Richard Wallgren, 432 Park, 30 Park Place and Loretta Shanahan-Bradbury

Clockwise from top left: 220 Central Park South, Deborah Kern, 50 West, Roberta Axelrod, Richard Wallgren, 432 Park, 30 Park Place and Loretta Shanahan-Bradbury

From the January issue: In February 2012, sales agents Dan Tubb, Jeannie Woodbrey and Emily Sertic brokered what could be considered the deal of a lifetime. They locked in a buyer for a sprawling penthouse at Extell Development’s One57 — for a record-breaking $100.5 million.

The purchase, which was made by an undisclosed buyer, made headlines. But if you haven’t heard of the trio of brokers who represented Extell, you’re not alone.

Although they sell massive amounts of real estate, onsite brokers routinely toil behind the scenes. [more]

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