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  • Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    The second quarter of the year saw a modest increase in property deals in the Hamptons and the North Fork, according to Douglas Elliman’s second quarter Hamptons and North Fork sales report.

    “You’re seeing growth,” said Elliman President and CEO Dottie Herman. “Normal, healthy growth. Nothing over the top.” [more]

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    From left: Nicole Oge, Howard Lorber and Dottie Herman

    Nicole Oge, who left her post as senior vice president of marketing at Town Residential in April, is headed to Douglas Elliman to oversee all branding, Elliman CEO Dottie Herman confirmed to The Real Deal. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman and Luciane Serifovic

    From left: Dottie Herman and Luciane Serifovic

    Luciane Serifovic, a former managing director at Citi Habitats’ relocation division, has been appointed executive vice president and director of rentals at the city’s largest residential brokerage Douglas Elliman, an Elliman spokesperson told The Real Deal exclusively.

    Serifovic takes over the role from Mark Menendez, who will now manage the firm’s newly formed Tribeca sales gallery downtown alongside Amy Kane. [more]

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  • From left: Jason Meister and Dottie Herman

    From left: Jason Meister and Dottie Herman

    Dwindling returns at home coupled with the perception of the United States as a secure parking spot for their money has led Chinese real estate investors to New York in record numbers, according to Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman and Avison Young investment sales broker Jason Meister. See the full story and video after the jump.

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    A rendering of 432 Park, a new luxury development along Central Park

    WEEKENDEDITION Don’t count on any relief from sky-high prices in Manhattan. Experts say that despite a median sale price for new luxury homes that jumped 72 percent — to $7.85 million — in the last year, prices are only going to grow. [more]

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  • Dottie Herman and 135 East 79th Street

    Dottie Herman and 135 East 79th Street

    Sky-high prices for trophy apartments drove the Manhattan condominium market to new records in 2013, according to an analysis of city records. Indeed, there were over 50 closings averaging $8.9 million or more in just four new luxury developments, the data show, pushing the median condo price to a record $1.3 million in the fourth quarter of 2013. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman, Dolly Lenz, Elizabeth Ann Kivlan, Diane Ramirez, Wendy Maitland and Pam Liebman

    From left: Dottie Herman, Dolly Lenz, Elizabeth Ann Kivlan, Diane Ramirez, Wendy Maitland and Pam Liebman

    The chiefs of New York City’s top residential brokerages turned out to talk inventory, broker tactics and industry newcomers at a panel event hosted by luxury lifestyle magazine Haute Living yesterday – and boy, did they have a lot to say. [more]

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  • From left: Corinne Pulitzer of Douglas Elliman, Steven Spinola of REBNY, and Douglas Elliman's Jeffrey Rothstein

    From left: Corinne Pulitzer of Douglas Elliman, Steven Spinola of REBNY, and Douglas Elliman’s Jeffrey Rothstein (Credit: Gotham Photo Company)

    Manhattan’s most notable residential brokers and executives high-tailed it to the Pierre Hotel on Thursday for one of the industry’s biggest events: the Real Estate Board of New York’s annual residential Deal of the Year awards, now in their 25th year. Click here for photos of the event.

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  • Douglas Elliman's Dottie Herman

    Dottie Herman

    Douglas Elliman President and CEO Dottie Herman stopped by Bloomberg News to reflect on the 6.5 increase month-over-month in annualized existing home sales — a number not seen since August 2010. According to Herman, pent up demand is boosting sales and lifting interest rates, signalling that home sales will only continue to increase. See the video after the jump.

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  • From left: Elliman's Dottie Herman, John Lawrence and 2110-2118 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

    From left: Elliman’s Dottie Herman, John Lawrence and 2110-2118 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

    After seven years on West 117th Street in Harlem, Douglas Elliman is moving into a new office at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 114th Street, Crain’s reported. [more]

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  • From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and the Witkoff Group's Steve Witkoff (Credit: Katherine Clarke)

    From left: Douglas Elliman Chairman Howard Lorber and the Witkoff Group’s Steve Witkoff (Credit: Katherine Clarke)

    Douglas Elliman heavyweights, including Chairman Howard Lorber, CEO Dottie Herman and an array of the firm’s top producing brokers, gathered last night to celebrate the launch of 10 Madison Square West in style. More than 100 guests flocked to a cordoned-off section of Madison Square Park — which developer the Witkoff Group had rented out for the event — to sip lemonade- thyme cocktails and nibble on tiny lobster rolls and salted caramel tartlets.Click here to see the photos and more.

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  • From left, Vanessa Grout, Douglas Elliman's Florida CEO, and the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne

    From left, Vanessa Grout, Douglas Elliman’s Florida CEO, and the Ritz Carlton on Key Biscayne

    From the South Florida site: Douglas Elliman is bringing its top 100 top-producing agents to Miami next week for a retreat on how to draw more wealthy buyers from Greater New York and overseas to South Florida, the company told The Real Deal yesterday. [more]

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  • Wendy Silverstein

    From the March issue: The New York City real estate community took notice when news broke in late January about MaryAnne Gilmartin’s expected promotion to CEO of Forest City Ratner. While women — including the Corcoran Group’s Pamela Liebman, Douglas Elliman’s Dottie Herman, Eastern Consolidated’s Daun Paris and CBRE Group’s Mary Ann Tighe — hold key leadership positions in the city’s residential and commercial brokerage worlds, New York still has very few female developers or development firm heads. [more] 

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  • From left: Amir Korangy, Pam Liebman, Diane Ramirez and Dottie Herman

    Inman’s annual list of the 100 most influential real estate leaders is out, and it includes some big New York City real estate names. [more]

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  • Honorees of tonight’s REBNY banquet, from left: REBNY President Steve Spinola, Dick Concannon of Rudin Management, Mike Fishman of SEIU, William Montana of Studley, Woody Heller of Studley and Dottie Herman of Douglas Elliman (credit: Zachary Kussin)

    Strong activity in the retail sector, and a robust rental and investment sales market seemed to be the tonic buoying the crowd at the 117th annual Real Estate Board of New York banquet. The gathering, held at the New York Hilton Hotel in Midtown, attracted prominent elected leaders, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, as well as thousands of prominent real estate professionals, such as Douglas Durst, Kent Swig, Lawrence Gluck, Larry Silverstein, Ziel Feldman, Paul Massey and James Kuhn. Brokers who attended the gathering were split on how 2013 would shape up. … [more]

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  • Industry pros prep for REBNY gala

    January 17, 2013 11:30AM

    Dottie Herman, Mike Fishman and Steven Spinola

    Real estate professionals will gather tonight for the industry’s most high-profile event, the annual Real Estate Board of New York banquet — set to take place at the New York Hilton Hotel in Midtown. The event, in its 117th year, will honor developer Donald Zucker, chairman of the Donald Zucker Company; Mike Fishman, the international executive vice president of the Service Employees International Union; Douglas Elliman’s president and CEO Dottie Herman; Studley’s Woody Heller and William Montana; and Dick Concannon, senior vice president at Rudin Management. [more]

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  • Dottie Herman

    Douglas Elliman, Manhattan’s largest residential brokerage, has officially dropped “Prudential” from its name, ushering in an image for the firm that recalls its 1911 origins as an independent company. The switch applies to all of the firm’s divisions, including new development marketing, title services, relocation services and property management, the firm said.

    As early as February, Elliman CEO Dottie Herman had been mulling a decision to stop using “Prudential” in the firm’s name and leave the global real estate franchise, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

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  • Manhattan

    Manhattan residential sales have held flat in the face of a precipitous fall in inventory in the third quarter of 2012, reports from leading brokerages show.

    Inventory in Manhattan is down 24.3 percent year-over-year — its lowest level since 2005 — third quarter numbers from Prudential Douglas Elliman show. And while those numbers may not bode well for the market in the immediate-term, they leave open the possibility of a brighter 2013, Jonathan Miller, president of the real estate analytics firm Miller Samuel and author of Elliman’s market report, told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • From left: Artist Carrie Sunday and Elliman CEO Dottie Herman at the “Study in Meditation” party

    From the July issue: At 4 p.m. on a Thursday afternoon last month, the Prudential Douglas Elliman location at 980 Madison Avenue resembled your average real estate brokerage office. But by 6 p.m., desks and computers were gone, 16 abstract canvasses by the artist Carrie Sunday hung on the walls and guests were arriving for a party honoring Sunday’s exhibit, “Study in Meditation,” which will be displayed in the office through the end of this month.

    Elliman CEO Dottie Herman was inspired to host the exhibition, she said, because “I like putting strong brands together. Carrie is just so talented, and I hope I’m part of her success.” [more]

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    Photos from last night’s gallery party

    Prudential Douglas Elliman’s flagship office at 980 Madison Avenue was transformed into an art gallery on Thursday night — hosting a 16-piece exhibition, called “Study in Meditation,” by contemporary artist Carrie Sunday. The event was hosted by Dottie Herman, president and CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman. Herman has known the artist, who also tends bar at the Four Seasons, for about 15 years.

    The artist, guests of Herman and Elliman brokers mingled over Champagne and wine, all while taking in Sunday’s work — most of which consisted of acrylic paint chips formed into cylindrical rolls and mounted on canvas. Click here to see the photos and more.

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