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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]

  • 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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    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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    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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    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]

  • 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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    From left: Brennan Zahler and Dan Marrello

    Town Residential made another high-profile pick-up Thursday.

    The firm announced late in the day that it hired leasing agent Brennan Zahler to run Town’s Fifth Avenue office. Zahler had been working at Corcoran.

    Zahler — who worked under Dennis Hughes, Corcoran’s Manhattan Rental Agent of the Year for 2013 — will serve as leasing director at at the luxury listing firm’s 730 Fifth Avenue office. [more]

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  • 199-mott

    Renderings of 199 Mott Street in Nolita

    Flatiron District-based Alfa Development has launched sales at its eight-story condominium project at 199 Mott Street in Nolita. [more]

  • 337 East 62 Street

    337 East 62 Street

    A seven-story apartment building — located on the site of a former Upper East Side church — is likely be ready for tenants before the end of the year. [more]

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    From left: 115 East 38th Street and Liora Manné

    From Luxury Listings NYC: From Park Avenue, hang a right onto East 38th Street and you’ll suddenly enter a residential oasis. The tree-lined block is quiet and peaceful, and nowhere is that tranquility more apparent than a townhouse on its north side, number 115. For the owner, Israel-born rug designer Liora Manné — whose work can be seen in Radio City Music Hall, Brown University and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art — that’s the intent. [more]

  • From left: Matt Blesso and images of his Noho listing

    From left: Matt Blesso and images of his Noho listing

    Blesso Properties founder and CEO Matthew Blesso sold his Noho co-op penthouse for $7.4 million, according to records filed with the city on Wednesday. The 3,200-square-foot spread originally hit the market in July 2012 for $8.95 million, as previously reported. [more]

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    From left: Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman, a townhouse at 22 East 64th Street, a penthouse at 250 West Street and Pam Liebman of the Corcoran Group

    From the May issue: The strength of the Manhattan luxury market is continuing to buoy some of the city’s largest and most established firms, The Real Deal’s annual ranking of the borough’s top residential firms shows. [more]

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    1 Grand Army Plaza, Ken Burns and Kristina Leonetti

    Filmmaker Ken Burns, whose 1981 documentary about the building of the Brooklyn Bridge received an Academy Award nomination, picked up a three-bedroom condominium unit at 1 Grand Army Plaza in Prospect Heights for $2.75 million. [more]

  • From left: Annie Leibovitz and images of 311 West 11th Street

    From left: Annie Leibovitz and images of 311 West 11th Street

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The 20-foot-wide townhouse at 311 West 11th Street — just a portion of photographer Annie Leibovitz’s former three-townhouse assemblage — hit the rental market yesterday for $15,000 per month, according to StreetEasy. Leibovitz used this property as a guesthouse. [more]

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    From left: Erika Slezak and images of her West 67th Street listing

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Six-time Daytime Emmy award-winning actress Erika Slezak, who long portrayed Victoria Lord on “One Life to Live,” sold her Lincoln Square pied-a-terre for $1.73 million, Luxury Listings NYC has learned. The price paid for the two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op marks the highest price ever reached in the building’s C line, according to one of the listing brokers. [more]

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman and images of the 35 Bethune Street listing

    Philip Seymour Hoffman and images of the 35 Bethune Street listing

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The West Village apartment that appears to be the former home of Philip Seymour Hoffman is on the rental market for $9,995 per month.

    Previous reports had stated that the fourth-floor, 1,100-square-foot unit at 35 Bethune Street hit the rental block for $10,500 per month in March — and had rented the following day. However, StreetEasy does not show records of this apartment having been rented at that time. It was not immediately clear whether the reported rental deal fell through, or if this is solely a price chop. [more]

  • Aerial view of the Hamptons

    Aerial view of the Hamptons

    Hamptons home sales returned to normal first-quarter levels in the first three months of 2014, rebounding from last year’s post-“fiscal cliff” slump, according to Douglas Elliman’s first-quarter Hamptons Sales Report. [more]

  • Paul Wexler, the real estate doctor

    April 17, 2014 04:30PM
    Paul Wexler

    Paul Wexler

    From the April issue: You can’t install a magnetic resonance imaging scanner in just any building. The heavy machines often require special structural supports, and also frequently need special shielding to prevent their effects from being felt throughout a building. Other medical equipment likewise can demand custom heating, ventilation and cooling or even a crane to get them installed. [more]

  • 192 Columbia Heights

    192 Columbia Heights

    A townhouse in Brooklyn Heights is on the market with an asking price of $16 million, a potentially record-breaking price for single-family homes in the neighborhood. [more]

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    101 Douglass Street

    The owner of a Brooklyn multifamily townhouse is asking $2.5 million for a property purchased for $900,000 last August. It appears that the red-brick building has undergone zero upgrades nor any renovations since the sale.

    Paul Murphy with the Corcoran Group has the listing for the 2,100-square-foot building at 101 Douglass Street in Boerum Hill. The owner of the red-brick house originally put the two-unit building on the market for $2.9 million at the end of last month.