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  • From left: David Deutsch and interior shots of the townhouse at 226 East 49th Street

    From left: David Deutsch and interior shots of the townhouse at 226 East 49th Street

    The estate of advertising guru-turned-painter David Deutsch sold his townhouse in the historic Turtle Bay Gardens neighborhood to the Carlyle Group for $13.5 million, property records filed today with the city show. [more]

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    From left: Michael Guerra and Fred Peters

    Warburg Realty moved a step closer to breaking into Brooklyn with the hiring of a sales director to select a new location and potentially acquire smaller brokerages in the borough, the residential brokerage told The Real Deal.

    Michael Guerra joined the firm this month from Douglas Elliman, where he served as managing director and executive vice president. The Park Slope native helped developed Elliman’s Brooklyn operation, which grew from one to five offices under his direction. He also was a broker at the Corcoran Group and William B. May. [more]

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  • 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]

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    Sarah Burke

    The director of the Williamsburg office at Douglas Elliman has been promoted to the role of regional managing director of the brokerage’s Brooklyn operations, according to a spokesperson.

    Sarah Burke will now supervise five Elliman offices, rather than one, which she has managed for five years. She led sales and marketing team efforts for the Edge, One Brooklyn Bridge Park and other major residential developments in the borough. She is sharing the listings for 215 Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village with Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, as previously reported. [more]

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  • 3 Gramercy Park West

    3 Gramercy Park West

    WEEKENDEDITION Because of rising prices and a dearth of listings, New York City homebuyers looking for an apartment in the million-dollar price range are becoming forced to make considerable concessions. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering of a kitchen at 737 Park Avenue, formal dining room at 155 East 79th Street and kitchen at 69 East 86th Street

    From left: Kitchen at 737 Park Avenue, dining room at 155 East 79th Street and kitchen at 69 East 86th Street

    Open kitchens and dining areas have lately featured prominently among New York City’s poshest apartments. But that is changing as an increasing number of home seekers look for separate kitchens and formal dining rooms, prewar design concepts that are newly en vogue. [more]

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  • Rendering of a luxury condo in Queens

    Rendering of a luxury condo in Queens

    The average sales price of a home in Queens jumped more than 10% in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same quarter last year, according to a new report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel.

    The average price of a Queens home was $429,544, up from $389,420 the year before, according to the quarterly report. This marks the highest first quarter result since 2008. [more]

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  • From left, Jonathan Miller, Plymouth Street in Dumbo

    From left, Jonathan Miller, Plymouth Street in Dumbo

    The median monthly rent in north and northwest Brooklyn rose to $2,900 in March, more than 13% higher than it was last year, 26% higher than it was the year prior and roughly 35% above what it was back in 2008.

    According to estimates by Miller Samuel Inc. and Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Brooklyn rents are closing in on those of Manhattan’s. [more]

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  • Interiors of penthouse at 149 Kent Avenue

    Interiors of penthouse at 149 Kent Avenue

    Two separately-owned units on the highest floors of Northside Piers have hit the market as a package deal for $5.2 million. If the asking price is met, it would be the most expensive sale ever for a home in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • harriton

    Penthouse at 524 East 72nd Street

    Richard Harriton, the disgraced former chair of a securities clearing division of investment bank Bear Stearns, is in contract to sell his full-floor penthouse condominium at the Belaire. [more]

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  • 2458 National Drive in Mill Basin, Brooklyn, listed for $30 million

    2458 National Drive in Mill Basin, Brooklyn, listed for $30 million

    The most expensive residential listing in Brooklyn on the market was a 10-bedroom mansion in the Mill Basin neighborhood, while the most expensive listing in Queens was a three-bedroom penthouse condominium at the View in Long Island City. Check out our slideshow and storyfor the other sites that topped the list in each borough.

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  • From left: Emma Hao, a rendering of the Baccarat at 20 West 53rd Street and Ryan Serhant

    From left: Emma Hao, a rendering of the Baccarat at 20 West 53rd Street and Ryan Serhant

    Ryan Serhant doesn’t seem content with the adulation and exposure he gets through “Million Dollar Listing New York.” Earlier this week, the Bravo star and Nest Seekers International broker got the credit for a trophy double-sale at the Baccarat Hotels & Residences that was conducted purely through social media. The deal got him shout-outs in New York Magazine, Fox Business and others. But it appears Serhant was not involved in the sale. Douglas Elliman says its broker, Emma Hao, did the deal. [more]

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  • 25-Prince-Street

    One-bedroom at 25 Prince Street (Inset: Fredrik Eklund)

    The three units at a six-story condominium building developed by Omnia Group are expected to go on the market soon. [more]

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  • From left: Justin Kinslow and 30-56 35th Street

    From left: Justin Kinslow and 30-56 35th Street

    A three-bedroom, fully-customized townhouse has set a new record for rentals in Astoria, Queens, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • 250 West Street penthouse images

    250 West Street penthouse images

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The sprawling 7,250-square-foot penthouse at 250 West Street in Tribeca — which was most recently listed for $39.5 million — now comes with a $3.5 million discount, according to StreetEasy. [more]

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  • From left: Exterior and interior of 350 East 88th Street

    From left: Exterior and interior of 350 East 88th Street

    A nonprofit early childhood education center has chopped the asking price for its Upper East Side home from $20 million to $18 million after three months on the market. [more]

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  • Residential prices shoot through roof

    April 01, 2014 12:01AM
    From left: Jonathan Miller, Dottie Herman and Jeff Appel

    From left: Jonathan Miller, Dottie Herman and Jeff Appel

    Manhattan condo and co-op prices are finally seeing the impact of chronically low residential inventory and a shift toward über luxury in new development. [more]

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  • From left: Interiors of 132 East 62nd Street

    132 East 62nd Street

    An Upper East Side Italianate brownstone loaded up with pricey furnishings has hit the market for $27 million, nearly double what it last sold for in 2010, according to property records. [more]

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  • From left: Steve Calk, chief executive of Federal Savings Bank, Dottie Herman and

    From left: Steve Calk, chief executive of Federal Savings Bank, Dottie Herman and Ace Watanasuparp

    Douglas Elliman has taken a new lender under its wing that supposedly provides borrowers with more tailored mortgage financing, the company announced today.

    Federal Savings Bank will partner with the national residential firm, with the goal of originating between $3 billion and $5 billion in mortgages annually. [more]

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  • Holly Hunter and

    Holly Hunter and images of her 43 Fifth Avenue listing

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Academy Award-winning actress Holly Hunter has lowered the asking price of her Greenwich Village co-op by $450,000, according to StreetEasy. The star of “The Piano” and “Broadcast News” listed the 43 Fifth Avenue spread last month for $8.7 million; she now asks $8.25 million. [more]

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