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  • From left: Vince Rocco, Andy Kim, 170 East 80th Street and the six-story waterfall

    Amid plans to grow townhouse and new development divisions, the boutique brokerage Blu Realty Group has landed two high-priced townhouse listings — promising to use unconventional marketing strategies to sell the properties.

    Andy Kim, the firm’s co-founder, will bring a $31 million Upper East Side townhouse to the market today, and Vince Rocco, a former Halstead Property broker who now heads Blu’s Riverside Boulevard office, will list a $17.5 million gutted townhouse next month. [more]

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    From left: 170 East 80th Street and 450 West 152nd Street (source: PropertyShark)

    The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a renovated carriage house at 170 East 80th Street on the Upper East Side, listed for $35.5 million. The 22-foot-wide property features multiple entrances, a sculpture garden, an interior waterfall and a gallery space that is ideal for art installations. Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing. The three cheapest Manhattan units to come online this week are several two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op units at 450 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights. Lee-Ann Pinder of Citi Habitats is marketing the three 750-square-foot walk-up apartments, units 24, 33 and 44, each listed for $150,000. Click here for more. TRD

  • New developer to market $30M project

    December 28, 2010 06:44PM

    Kate Shin and 170 East 80th Street (building photo credit: PropertyShark)
    Financier-turned-developer Kate Shin is preparing to put her first project — a newly renovated one-family townhouse at 170 East 80th Street — on the market for upwards of $30 million. Formerly a director at the private equity firm Angelo, Gordon, Shin founded a New York-based real estate company known as WEmi:t LLC, which specializes in restoring and modernizing Manhattan townhouses and mansions, two years ago. Since its inception, the firm has been renovating 170 East 80th Street, Shin said, and the 13,000-square-foot townhouse is slated to hit the market in the new year with Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio. Shin and partners purchased the house for $8.5 million in 2008, according to city documents. … [more]