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  • From left: Town's Wendy Maitland, Reid Price and Douglas Elliman's Dottie Herman

    From left: Town’s Wendy Maitland, Reid Price and Douglas Elliman’s Dottie Herman

    A judge has dismissed a counterclaim by former Town Residential broker Reid Price, who left the firm for a position at Douglas Elliman. Price’s counterclaim implied that he was owed $490,000 in commission payments from his former employer, according to court documents. [more]

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  • Live like Jackson Pollock for $1.3M

    September 18, 2014 03:10PM
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    From left: Jackson Pollock, a listing image of his apartment and Luis D. Ortiz

    From Luxury Listings NYC: If you want a Jackson Pollock painting, $1.25 million won’t get you far. However, that exact price can get you the influential painter’s former apartment at 46 Carmine Street, located between Bleecker and Bedford streets. [more]

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  • Listing images of 177 East 71st Street

    Listing images of 177 East 71st Street

    The Upper East Side townhouse that was built for Douglas Ludlow Elliman, the founder of the eponymous real estate brokerage, has traded hands in a $14.8 million deal, according to today’s property records. The spread, located at 177 East 71st Street, most recently asked $15 million. [more]

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    Howard Lorber

    Douglas Elliman is teaming up with real estate firm Williamson, Picket, Gross Inc. to form a new commercial division.

    Douglas Elliman — best known for its residential deals, even though the brokerage has done commercial work — will form Douglas Elliman Commercial, which will focus on office and retail deals, according to the New York Post. [more]

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  • A one-bedroom in Greenpoint is listed at $2,800 monthly

    A one-bedroom in Greenpoint is listed at $2,800 monthly

    Brooklyn’s 14-month streak of rising rental prices ended in August, as new development units came onto the market, according to Douglas Elliman’s monthly rental report released Thursday.

    The borough’s median rental price in August was $2,808, down 1.5 percent from $2,852 in July. That’s also down 1.5 percent from a median rental price of $2,850 in August 2013. [more]

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  • Brett Miles

    Brett Miles

    Top-producing Town Residential broker Brett Miles, who joined the company about a year after it launched in 2010, is headed to Douglas Elliman.

    At Town, Miles brokered the sale of a $30 million townhouse at 47 East 74th Street on the Upper East Side, a $26 million condominium at the Related Companies’ Superior Ink and the sellout of 385 West 12th Street in the West Village. He is also currently the co-head of sales at Tribeca Development Partners and Gold Development’s 15 Leonard Street in Tribeca. [more]

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  • From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber

    From left: Dottie Herman and Howard Lorber

    With sights set on international, uber-wealthy buyers, two powerhouse names in the residential brokerage world are teaming up to sell the city’s most luxurious real estate.

    Douglas Elliman and the international brokerage Knight Frank Residential today announced a new partnership aimed at matching Elliman’s top listings with the U.K.-based firm’s global Rolodex. [more]

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    Unit at 5 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill asking $2,600 per month and unit at 30 Willow Place in Brooklyn asking $5,500 per month

    Three Murray Hill apartments topped the list of the most popular Manhattan rental listings last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy. [more]

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  • From left: Alessandro Zampedri, 115 King Street and Patty LaRocco

    From left: Alessandro Zampedri, 115 King Street and Patty LaRocco

    The latest addition to Brooklyn’s growing stock of 21st-century townhouses will rise in Red Hook, where a borough-based developer plans to build nearly two dozen homes in a still-evolving neighborhood that lies outside the traditional brownstone belt. [more]

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  • 11 East 68th Street and Peter Cancro

    11 East 68th Street and Peter Cancro

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Peter Cancro, the owner and CEO of Jersey Mike’s Subs — a submarine sandwich franchise with 750 stores nationwide including two in Manhattan — purchased a condominium home at the Marquand for $15.7 million, according to city records filed today. [more]

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  • From left: Town's Jeff Appel, Nicole Oge and Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman

    From left: Town’s Jeff Appel, Nicole Oge and Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman

    A former marketing director at Town Residential – who was sued by the brokerage in June after jumping to Douglas Elliman – violated her non-compete agreement when she made the switch this spring, a judge ruled Monday. [more]

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    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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  • 9m-sale

    Old Greenwich, Conn., estate (Inset: Dottie Herman)

    Six months after opening an office in Beverly Hills, Douglas Elliman has set its sights on an affluent market a little bit closer to home: Greenwich, Conn. [more]

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  • The Hub in Downtown Brooklyn, Linc LIC in Long Island City and 388 Bridge Street in Brooklyn

    From left: the Hub in Downtown Brooklyn, Linc LIC in Long Island City and 388 Bridge Street in Brooklyn

    With Manhattan rents continuing to rise, Brooklyn and Queens experienced a surge of new rentals during the month of July, according to Douglas Elliman’s monthly rental report. [more]

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    From left: 342 West 85th Street, unit 1D, on Upper West Side and 79 Bridge Street, unit 2D, in Brooklyn

    An Upper West Side studio apartment was the most popular Manhattan rental listing last month, according to data provided by StreetEasy. [more]

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  • Scott Burk, Sean Kelly and Stephen Safina (CPEX)

    Scott Burk, Sean Kelly and Stephen Safina (CPEX)

    It might not be an adage that as many real estate deals are made on the golf course as in the boardrooms, but it should be. Though it was a Monday morning, top industry professionals from all over New York made the trek to the Baiting Hollow Golf Club for The Real Deal‘s fourth annual golf outing. Developers, brokers, lawyers, lenders and marketers had their game faces on, but made sure to make time to talk business between shots. See the full story and slideshow after the jump.

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    From left: Michael Signet, Paul Bologna and Steven James

    Douglas Elliman hired a new sales director for its Greenwich Village office and a new sales manager at its office in Rockefeller Center. Michael Signet and Paul Bologna both left Bond New York late last week to fill those positions, respectively, at New York City’s largest real estate brokerage. [more]

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  • From left: Michael Meier, Douglas Elliman office, Lenny Sporn and Mickey Roth

    From left: Michael Meier, a Douglas Elliman office, Lenny Sporn and Mickey Roth

    A longstanding legal dispute between Douglas Elliman and a former top broker is headed to court-ordered mediation today.

    Broker Michael Meier, a member of the now-disbanded Sporn-Roth Group at Elliman, sued the brokerage along with Lenny Sporn and Mickey Roth in 2009, alleging he was bilked out of more than $150,000 in commissions. Last fall, a judge ruled in Meier’s favor with regards to his dispute with Sporn and Roth, but not Douglas Elliman. [more]

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  • 960 Park Avenue and Kathryn Bregman (inset)

    960 Park Avenue and Kathryn Bregman (inset)

    Laura Englander Levin, daughter of billionaire hedge fund manager Israel Englander, bought an apartment at 960 Park Avenue, according to Wednesday’s property records. [more]

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  • From left: Tal Alexander, Oren Alexander, Carrie Chiang, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and 19 East 64th Street

    Clockwise from top left: Tal Alexander, Oren Alexander, Carrie Chiang, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and 19 East 64th Street

    The nation of Qatar has pulled the plug on a $90 million purchase of an Upper East Side townhouse at 19 East 64th Street, putting an end to what would have been the city’s priciest commercial townhouse deal, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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