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  • From left: Gordon Hoppe and

    From left: Gordon Hoppe and Pamela Liebman

    UPDATED Monday Oct. 20, 1:45 p.m.: Gordon Hoppe will oversee all new development sales at The Corcoran Group and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, according to a press release from the brokerage. [more]

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  • anand

    From left: Paul Anand, 12 East 69th Street on Upper East Side and Hall Willkie

    Paul Anand, a top broker at the Corcoran Group who has represented pro athletes and celebrities and once held the bragging rights for the city’s priciest townhouse listing, has moved his team to Brown Harris Stevens. [more]

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  • From left: Fabienne Lecole, Debra LaChance and Lauren Muss

    From left: Fabienne Lecole, Debra LaChance and Lauren Muss

    Amid increasing competition among brokerages, the Corcoran Group has lost a number of high-profile agents to rival firms in recent months. [more]

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  • From left: 38 Monroe Place in Brooklyn asking $13 million and 27-28 Thomson Avenue, unit 700, in Queens  asking $3.2 million

    From left: 38 Monroe Place in Brooklyn asking $13 million and 27-28 Thomson Avenue, unit 700, in Queens asking $3.2 million

    In September, a five-story Brooklyn Heights townhouse was the most expensive listing to hit the market in the borough, according to information provided by listings service Point2 Homes. Click here for a slideshow and story about the priciest home listings in both Brooklyn and Queens to arrive last month.

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  • one-57

    157 West 57th Street in Midtown, and Noble Black

    Chicago-based investor SSO Enterprises flipped a condominium unit at One57 for a profit of nearly $4 million, having paid $30.6 million for it in May and unloading it for $34 million this week.

    The three-bedroom unit on the 58th floor at Extell Development’s forthcoming high-profile residential tower was on the market for $40 million as a sponsor unit. Hedge-fund manager Harvey Sandler and his wife Phyllis acquired the 4,483-square-foot resale unit for $34 million. [more]

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  • 1059 Third Avenue

    1059 Third Avenue

    Chance Gordy’s Real Estate Inverlad Development, in partnership with Steve Mills’ Third Palm Capital, have filed permits for a planned residential tower at 1059 Third Avenue.

    The Manuel Glas Architects-designed 30-story, 481-foot-tall building is to hold 105,000 square feet of residential space divided among 67 apartments, according to Department of Buildings filings cited by New York YIMBY. Each unit will total 1,500 square feet on average, with 16-foot floor-to-floor heights. The residences will be condominiums, according to previous reports. [more]

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  • From left: Julia Boland, Fabienne Lecole, Kathy Braddock and Paul Purcell

    From left: Julia Boland, Fabienne Lecole, Kathy Braddock and Paul Purcell

    Nearly four months after its launch, William Raveis New York City has added its biggest names yet. The firm tapped Halstead Property’s Julia Boland to launch its new development division and hired Corcoran Group veteran Fabienne Lecole to bulk up its growing roster of brokers. [more]

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  • hockey

    From left: 252 Seventh Avenue, unit PHR, in Chelsea, Noble Black and Scott Gomez

    Hockey player Scott Gomez, a free agent formerly with the New Jersey Devils, is looking to rent out his apartment at the Chelsea Mercantile for $23,000 per month. [more]

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  • rubinek

    Saul Rubinek and 285 Lafayette Street, unit 2E, in Nolita

    Veteran film and TV character actor Saul Rubinek, who most recently starred on SyFy show “Warehouse 13,” has sold his three-bedroom Nolita condominium for $4.9 million, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • sagaponack

    Sagaponack house

    Two separate parcels on the Sagaponack oceanfront spanning 30 acres will hit the market for nearly $35 million. [more]

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  • steep-cheap

    From left: Condo at 1 Central Park West in Lincoln Square asking $14.9 million and condo at 571 Academy Street in Inwood asking $199,000

    Trump International Realty’s Susan James had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $14.9 million condominium at Trump International at 1 Central Park West in Lincoln Square. Click here for a slideshow and more of the steepest and the cheapest.

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  • Tamir Shemesh and 1059 Third Avenue

    Tamir Shemesh and 1059 Third Avenue

    Chance Gordy’s Real Estate Inverlad Development, in partnership with Steve Mills’ Third Palm Capital, is bringing a 500-foot-high condominium tower to the Upper East Side at 1059 Third Avenue, The Real Deal has learned.

    The developers paid an entity associated with the Battaglia family $31.5 million for the property in 2012. The site is located at Third Avenue between 62nd and 63rd streets. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Peggy Aguayo of Halstead Property, the $13 million listing at 105 Eighth Avenue and Anthony Lolli of Rapid Realty

    From the August issue: With the Brooklyn brand now slapped on everything from Dubai diners to French clothing — and with a Park Slope resident in City Hall — Kings County has, perhaps, never seen its star shine brighter. [more]

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  • 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn

    Condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn listed for nearly $8 million

    In July, a five-bedroom condominium at One Brooklyn Bridge Park was the most expensive listing to hit the market in Brooklyn, according to information provided by listings service Point2 Homes. Click here for a slideshow and more.

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  • From left: Barry Rosenstein, his $147 million estate and Pam Liebman

    From left: Barry Rosenstein, his $147 million estate and Pam Liebman

    The sale of the country’s most expensive residential property has resulted in a multimillion dollar lawsuit. [more]

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  • From left: Richard Smith and Realogy headquarters in Madison, N.J.

    From left: Richard Smith and Realogy headquarters in Madison, N.J.

    Realogy Holdings — the public real estate conglomerate whose brands include the Corcoran Group, Citi Habitats and Sotheby’s International Realty — is buying technology company ZipRealty for $166 million. [more]

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  • townhouse

    163 East 64th Street and Kenneth Laub

    A five-bedroom, 7,800-square-foot townhouse referred to in listings as “Versailles in Manhattan” is back on the market with a new broker. The mansion at 163 East 64th Street is asking $27.5 million, the same price for which it was listed last year with Michelle Evi Bourgeois of Town Residential. [more]

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  • Lobby

    Citi Habitats’ office at 665 Broadway

    Two years into Citi Habitats’ rebranding effort, the brokerage is launching a new listings database in conjunction with the Corcoran Group. [more]

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  • bronfman

    From left: Charles Bronfman, Bonita Roche, 27 West 67th Street, Abby Leigh (credit: Zack Garlitos) and Mitch Leigh

    The ex-wife of Seagram heir Charles Bronfman sold her three-bedroom co-op on the Upper West Side to the widow of Tony-winning “Man of La Mancha” composer Mitch Leigh for $4.8 million, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • The third-most expensive listing last month was a carriage house in Cobble Hill, listed by Brown Harris Stevens brokers Jill Seligson Braver and Elizabeth Celano, for $7.99 million.

    Carriage house in Cobble Hill listed for $7.99 million.

    In May, a team of brokers from Sotheby’s International Realty had the most expensive listing to hit the market in Brooklyn, according to information provided by listings service Point2Homes. Click here for a slideshow and more.

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