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  • From left: Jennifer Lopez and the Whitman penthouse

    From left: Jennifer Lopez and the Whitman penthouse

    UPDATED October 22, 12:15 p.m.: Jennifer Lopez is Chelsea Clinton’s new upstairs neighbor. [more]

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  • From left: Jennifer Lopez and the Walker Tower

    From left: Jennifer Lopez and the Walker Tower

    Jenny is looking for a new block. [more]

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  • 290-west

    Interior at 290 West Street in Tribeca (Credit: VE Equities’ Zach Vella)

    VE Equities launched sales at its 10-story Tribeca condo building at 290 West Street. [more]

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  • The three "MDLNY" brokers at the Andaz Wall Street event (Credit: Bravo Media/Eugene Gologursky)

    From left: Fredrik Eklund, Luis Ortiz and Ryan Serhant of “Million Dollar Listing New York” (Credit: Bravo Media/Eugene Gologursky)

    For better or worse, reality TV is now a staple of the television industry. The real estate business in New York City has not escaped the trend, with series like “Selling New York” and “Million Dollar Listing New York” running regularly on major cable networks. “Million Dollar Listing” in particular has garnered large ratings, a devoted following and an Emmy nomination. While that’s good news for Bravo, which airs the show, industry insiders are divided over reality TV’s impact on the New York real estate business. [more]

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  • Fredrik Eklund closes $28M deal in LES

    September 06, 2014 12:00PM
    50 Clinton Street

    50 Clinton Street

    A development site in the Lower East Side has sold for $28 million, or $700 per buildable square foot, which is a record for the neighborhood, according to listing broker Fredrik Eklund. [more]

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  • beekman-eklund

    From left: The interior of 5 Beekman Street and Fredrik Eklund

    The Beekman, a landmark building being converted into the Beekman Hotel and a conjoining 51-story condominium tower, has revealed pricing for the condo units, which go on sale in September. Click here to see images of the property.

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  • From left: Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes (Credit: Chance Yeh)

    From left: Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes (Credit: Chance Yeh)

    Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes were the city’s top residential agents in The Real Deal’s 2014 ranking, with a whopping $535.53 million worth of exclusive listings. New development projects helped propel the Eklund-Gomes team to the top of the totem pole, beating out perennial leaders such as Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio and Sotheby’s International Realty’s Serena Boardman. See the full list — with photos — of the 75 top residential brokers after the jump.

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  • The July issue is live!

    July 02, 2014 07:58AM


    july

    Big ideas in New York City’s real estate industry can either be short-lived or long-lasting concepts that set a new standard. This month, we surveyed top industry players to break down the latest influx of innovative concepts gaining steam in today’s market, from crowdfunding to condo-ing LED signs on buildings to using Google Glass to showcase properties. We take a look at the best of them in the cover story of our July issue, now available online. [more]

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  • From left: Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes and Modern 19 rendering

    From left: Modern 19 rendering and Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes

    Developer Erez Itzhaki tapped Douglas Elliman’s Eklund Gomes team to exclusively market his boutique condo building, Modern 19 at 138 West 19th Street.

    Sales will launch this week at the Chelsea building, putting to rest questions over whether the developer would sell or lease the property’s five units. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Fredrik Eklund, 56 Walker Street and John Gomes

    Douglas Elliman’s Eklund Gomes Team has been tapped to exclusively market 56 Walker Street, a boutique residential project in Tribeca. [more]

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  • goodbye1

    In Episode 11, which wraps up season number three of “Million Dollar Listing New York,” we realize just how far our three hombres have come. They’ve all grown as businessmen, but more important, they’ve grown as men. All have reached selling records in the last season, have broadened their personal lives and, ultimately, progressed as people. [more]

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  • new_lets-make-a-deal

    Episode 10 of “Million Dollar Listing New York” is all about choices — those we are free to make and those that are forced upon us. Real estate is about compromise in every sense; sellers compromise on price as do buyers. But it is even more than that. [more]

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  • nerds

    Savvy watchers of the show realize that real estate (like love) is a numbers game. And in Episode 8 of “Million Dollar Listing NY,” we see such complex equations at work in both love and property sales that we realize math is indeed very hard. But in the end, the solution set equals high kicks + happy faces.

    Here’s why your mom told you to do your math homework: [more]

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  • web_shakesp

    We’ve all been there: waiting for something we desire but not knowing if it will actually come to fruition. Wayward lovers – as well as wayward apartment offers — can leave us reeling with an overwhelming sense of longing and potential loss. In reality, waiting is universal, and life itself is a sort of a waiting game. And in those moments of biding one’s time — like waiting for this damn episode of “Million Dollar Listing New York” — our thoughts can get away from us. It is during these periods of forced distraction that we are sometimes inspired. [more]

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  • The interior of 5 Beekman Street, Fredrik Eklund and the exterior of 5 Beekman

    The interior of 5 Beekman Street, Fredrik Eklund and the exterior of 5 Beekman

    WEEKENDEDITION The construction netting and scaffolding was removed from the Financial District’s 5 Beekman Street yesterday, just one week after the launch of a teaser site for the building’s highly anticipated 287-room hotel and condo conversion.  [more]

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  • 61 Fifth Avenue

    61 Fifth Avenue

    Sales at 61 Fifth Avenue are high-kicking their way back onto the market a month after Douglas Elliman broker and “Million Dollar Listing New York” star Fredrik Eklund announced the building’s relaunch on Instagram in an unusual marketing move.
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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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  • The interior of 5 Beekman Street and Fredrik Eklund

    The interior of 5 Beekman Street and Fredrik Eklund

    Douglas Elliman’s Eklund-Gomes team, headed by “Million Dollar Listing” star Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, will market the condominiums at 5 Beekman Street, one of the Financial District’s most hotly-anticipated projects. [more]

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  • From left: Chris Peters, Fredrik Eklund, Dottie Herman, Howard Lorber, Melanie Lazenby, John Gomes and Steven James

    From left: Chris Peters, Fredrik Eklund, Dottie Herman, Howard Lorber, Melanie Lazenby, John Gomes and Steven James

    Douglas Elliman, Manhattan’s largest residential brokerage, announced at a firm-wide event at Cipriani on Wednesday evening that super agent Melanie Lazenby was the firm’s top individual producer last year. Meanwhile, the Eklund-Gomes team took the top team spot. Click here to see the photos.

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    From left: Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and 233 Garfield Place

    The owner of the formerly Pepto Bismol-pink townhouse in Park Slope, since painted over and listed for $4.8 million in July, dropped the asking price and switched brokers. [more]

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