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  • From: Domingo Zapata, Ilan Bracha, Andrea Tantaros, Leonard Steinberg, Wendy Maitland, The Real Deal's Amir Korangy and Stuart Elliott, Domingo Zapata and  Kelli Giddish

    Clockwise from top left: Domingo Zapata and Ilan Bracha; Andrea Tantaros, Leonard Steinberg and Wendy Maitland; Domingo Zapata and Kelli Giddish; The Real Deal’s Amir Korangy and Stuart Elliott

    There’s no need to exchange the city for the Hamptons if you’re looking for a good party in August. Case in point: Luxury Listings NYC‘s event on Tuesday night, which was held at artist Domingo Zapata’s Gramercy Park triplex.

    Zapata, as well as his colorful, art-filled home, was featured on the cover of the July issue of LLNYC. The event was sponsored by Keller Williams NYC and the Bracha Group. Click here to see the photos from the event.

  • From left: 7 Harrison and Leonard Steinberg

    From left: 7 Harrison and Leonard Steinberg

    Loft living seems to be losing a good deal of its appeal. [more]

  • From left: Jared Kushner, Miki Naftali and Leonard Steinberg

    From left: Jared Kushner, Miki Naftali and Leonard Steinberg

    Developers Miki Naftali and Jared Kushner, as well as top Downtown broker Leonard Steinberg, spoke today to a standing-room-only crowd at the Lower East Side’s New Museum during a panel discussion on the future of real estate. The discussion kicked off with a look at the state of Manhattan’s luxury market. [more]

  • Leonard Steinberg (Credit: Briana Heard)

    Leonard Steinberg (Credit: Briana Heard)

    From the July issue: It was the shot heard ’round the real estate world. Last month, Leonard Steinberg ended his 13-year tenure with Douglas Elliman to join real estate technology startup Urban Compass as its president. [more]

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  • The July issue is live!

    July 02, 2014 07:58AM


    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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  • A drone camera and the view from HFZ Capital's 505 West 19th Street

    A drone camera and the view from 505 West 19th Street

    Realtors who use drones to snap aerial shots of properties have been hit with subpoenas by the Federal Aviation Administration. [more]

  • Ryan Serhant to join Urban Compass?

    June 19, 2014 01:02PM
    From left: Ryan Serhant and Leonard Steinberg

    From left: Ryan Serhant and Leonard Steinberg (Credit: @luxury_loft_team on Instagram)

    Could “Million Dollar Listing New York” star Ryan Serhant be looking to leave Nest Seekers International to join Urban Compass? Leonard Steinberg, one of the city’s top-ranked brokers, made a shock move to the much-hyped startup from Douglas Elliman earlier this month, and has been wining and dining Serhant this week, as indicated by both brokers’ social media accounts. [more]

  • From left: Jay Glazer and Tinnie Chan Sassano

    From left: Jay Glazer and Tinnie Chan Sassano

    Warburg Realty’s Jay Glazer and Town Residential’s Tinnie Chan Sassano are the latest in a string of high-profile brokers to jump to Urban Compass in recent months. The moves come hot on the heels of star broker Leonard Steinberg’s surprise defection from Douglas Elliman.

    Glazer, named one of Warburg’s top brokers in 2013 along with Richard Steinberg and Wendy Greenbaum, cited Leonard Steinberg’s leap as a factor that cemented his decision to make the move. [more]

  • 146 Waverly Steinberg

    From left: 146 Waverly Place, Leonard Steinberg and renderings of interior of 146 Waverly

    Leonard Steinberg is marketing a Greenwich Village townhouse undergoing a gut renovation for $22 million — more than twice the $10.2 million the sellers paid for the property late last year. [more]

  • Leonard Steinberg and a unit at 7 Harrison Street (Credit: Urban Compass)

    Leonard Steinberg and a unit at 7 Harrison Street (Credit: Urban Compass)

    Leonard Steinberg’s shock exodus from Douglas Elliman saw the star broker take several shiny listings to his new firm, upstart Urban Compass. But it appears Steinberg may have had to relinquish a number of his crown jewels in the surprise switch. [more]

  • From left: Ori Allon, Leonard Steinberg, Hervé Senequier and Robert Reffkin

    From left: Ori Allon, Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier and Robert Reffkin

    UPDATED, 10:22 a.m., June 2: Leonard Steinberg, a perennial top-ranked broker at Douglas Elliman, is ending his decade-plus tenure with the firm to join Urban Compass as its president, The Real Deal has learned. Steinberg declined to comment, citing legal constraints. He led Elliman’s Luxury Loft team, along with partner Hervé Senequier, who is also joining Urban Compass as vice president of strategic development. [more]

  • The Real Deal hosts a series of panel discussions.

    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Richard Steinberg, Stephen Kliegerman and Adam Modlin

    “Every time a seller tells me about this illustrious Russian oligarch that is going to step out of the shadows and buy their $100 million apartment – that is probably worth a lot less — I shudder,“ Leonard Steinberg, a top broker at Douglas Elliman told a room of hundreds of real estate industry professionals at The Real Deal and Luxury Listing‘s NYC New Development Showcase panel on international buyers. [more]

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  • Soho penthouse trades for nearly $27M

    April 23, 2014 03:47PM
    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, 383 West Broadway and Adam Modlin

    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, 383 West Broadway and Adam Modlin

    The penthouse loft in a former Soho manufacturing space has changed hands for $26.58 million. [more]

  • Sealing deals with Instagram

    February 05, 2014 04:30PM

    Instagram postings at the listing on the right. From left: LuxuryLoft team members Herve Senequier, Alexander Bank, Leonard Steinberg and Amy Mendizabal

    From the February issue: Framed photos of a storm rolling over the city, a view of the Plaza Hotel and a covered walkway perched over Staple Street in Tribeca drew the gazes of a small group of brokers and clients gathered at a $3.5 million West Chelsea listing one late January evening. [more]

  • 144 Duane Street sells for $43M

    December 06, 2013 03:00PM
    From left: Leonard Steinberg and 144 Duane Street

    From left: Leonard Steinberg and 144 Duane Street

    UPDATED, 4:37 p.m., Dec. 6: Tribeca’s 144 Duane Street, a former shoe warehouse converted to residential use in 2001, has sold for $43 million, a record for the week.

    The anonymous buyer did not use a broker, while the mysterious seller was represented by Leonard Steinberg, Yoko Sanada and Herve Senequier of Douglas Elliman. The six-story building hit the market shortly after conversion, which created an 11,000-square-foot triplex on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors and two full-floor lofts on the second and third floors, originally asking $45 million. [more]

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    Jimi Hendrix and 59 West 12th Street

    A Greenwich Village condominium where rock guitar virtuoso Jimi Hendrix stored his ax after performing at Woodstock in 1969 has hit the market for $6 million. [more]

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    From left: Leonard Steinberg, Adam Modlin and sculptor/seller Charles Ross’ “Star Axix”

    A $32 million penthouse atop 383 West Broadway is poised to break the Downtown co-op record should it snag the asking price. [more]

  • Tour Odeon

    Tour Odeon

    From the October issue: Elliman super-broker Leonard Steinberg told TRD that he just returned from a trip to the French Riveria where he visited Tour Odeon, one of the most expensive new condo developments in the world. [more]

  • Multigenerational housing hits NYC

    September 28, 2013 12:00PM
    10 Madison West, a multigenerational family and 150 Charles

    From left: 10 Madison Square West, a multigenerational family and 150 Charles

    The newest New York real estate trend to buck the typical logic of city living is nothing short of multigenerational family complexes. A handful of wealthy families are piecing together Manhattan homes where grandparents can live down the hall from their grandchildren. [more]

  • From left: Scott Resnick, 551 West 21st Street and Leonard Steinberg

    From left: Scott Resnick, 551 West 21st Street and Leonard Steinberg

    Almost a year has passed since Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on New York City, but the storm is still influencing real estate planning. Developers and designers of under-construction condominium buildings on the Far West Side are making storm-proofing a priority, and their brokers are being asked to tell buyers about what measures are in place to protect against natural disasters. [more]


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