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    445 Lafayette Street in Noho (Inset: Richard Fisher and Nikki Field)

    Late Fisher Brothers heir Richard Fisher’s widow has listed her full-floor co-op at the Related Companies’ Astor Place building in Noho for $16 million. [more]

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  • From left: Nikki Field ane 293 Lafayette Street

    From left: Nikki Field ane 293 Lafayette Street

    Developer Jared Kushner named Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty to lead the brokerage team at the landmark Puck Building, where he converted the top floors into luxury penthouses, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • A day in the life: Nikki Field

    January 16, 2014 04:30PM
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    Nikki Field

    From the January issue: Sotheby’s International broker Nikki Field is a 20-year industry vet with a slew of notable deals under her belt, including the sale of a full-floor unit at Extell’s Stanhope at 995 Fifth Avenue for roughly $30 million and the $48 million sale of former Tommy Hilfiger CEO Joel Horowitz’ Tranquility estate in Lake Tahoe. Here’s a look at her typical day, in her words. [more]

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  • From left: Heather Stein, Suzan Kramer, Lisa Larson and Judith Oston

    From left: Heather Stein, Suzan Kramer, Lisa Larson and Judith Oston at REBNY’s Deal of the Year awards (Credit: Gotham Photo Company)

    Manhattan’s top dealmakers, dressed in their finest furs and dapperest suits, poured into the Pierre Hotel last night via an elaborately muraled rotunda for the 25th annual residential Deal of the Year awards hosted by the Real Estate Board of New York. Check out the story and slideshow after the jump.

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  • Janna Bullock and 12 E. 82nd St.

    The gutted townhouse at 12 East 82nd Street — known best for its missing rear wall — has sold for $15 million, the New York Observer reported. Nikki Field and Patricia Wheatley of Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing for the property, owned by Russian townhouse flipper Janna Bullock. It was previously reported that Bullock had found a buyer willing to pay close to the $19 million ask. Field did not immediately respond to the Observer’s request for comment on the price discrepancy. [more]

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  • From left: 12 East 82nd Street and Janna Bullock

    If you’ve ever wanted to own a life-sized dollhouse, you may have missed your chance. Property flipper Janna Bullock has found a buyer willing to pay close to her $19 million asking price for a gutted Upper East Side townhouse missing its rear wall, the New York Observer reported. Nikki Field and Patricia Wheatley, both of Sotheby’s International Realty, listed the home, at 12 East 82nd Street. The property was first listed for $15 million in November, but the asking price was increased, amidst a reported overwhelming interest in it. [more]

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  • Let’s make a meal

    November 30, 2012 02:00PM

    From left: Town’s David Salvatore and City Hall Restaurant

    For New York’s savviest residential brokers, wining and dining with clients is not just an enviable perk of the job—but an essential part of expanding one’s business, increasing the likelihood of referrals and repeat business.

    But identifying the right place to take a client to lunch or dinner – and which are conducive to deal-making conversations — can be difficult, considering the sheer number of New York City restaurants out there, and the ever-evolving tastes of moneyed New Yorkers. [more]

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  • Janna Bullock and the townhouse at 14 East 82nd Street

    The Russian-born townhouse flipper Janna Bullock may be trying to take advantage of the surging interest in luxury properties by bringing several townhouses to market, one of which she pulled from the market in 2008.

    Bullock has relisted a landmarked limestone mansion at 14 East 82nd Street, according to Streeteasy.com and is planning to list another property next door at 12 East 82nd Street, her broker said. The listing brokers are Nikki Field and Patricia Wheatley of Sotheby’s International Realty. [more]

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  • From left: the Lufkins’ unit at 455 Central Park West and Dan and Cynthia Lufkin

    Dan Lufkin — the prominent banker who rose from humble beginnings — initially set the price for his five-bedroom spread at 455 Central Park West at an unhumble $17.5 million. But that ask, in 2008, was halved in the end. The apartment went for about $8.5 million, to a buyer identified only as “455 CPW APT LLC,” according to city records filed today. [more]

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  • From left: Jonathan Miller, One57 and Sotheby’s Nikki Field

    “The scale of wealth in this building is just unheard of,” appraiser Jonathan Miller told the New York Times of Gary Barnett’s rising One57 condominium tower. Fewer than 40 of the tower’s 92 apartments remain unsold and transaction volume has already surpassed $1 billion. Further, nine of 16 full-floor apartments have sold, and all the buyers are billionaires, according to the Extell Development president, and at least a few of them are “significant Forbes billionaires.”

    “Despite all the problems economically, you are seeing these people invest in real estate unlike in any period that has ever happened,” Miller said. [more]

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  • Nikki Field

    As Asiatic wealth and influence grows throughout New York’s real estate industry, brokers are increasingly mastering Mandarin, according to the New York Times. Nikki Field and Kevin Brown of Sotheby’s International Realty now travel to mainland China four times a year in order to court rich investors looking to store millions in New York properties.

    Chinese buyers are spending large sums of money on exclusive properties like Time Warner Center, 15 Central Park West and One57. [more]

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  • Sotheby's broker Nikki Field and the apartment at 995 Fifth Avenue

    The last remaining sponsor unit at 995 Fifth Avenue, a cond-op situated in the former Stanhope Hotel, has found a buyer after lingering on the market since 2007.

    The sale marks a victory for Sotheby’s International Realty broker Nikki Field, who took over listing the unit in March. It had previously been marketed by the Corcoran Group and Gumley Haft Kleier. Gumley had the exclusive on the property for two years prior to Field’s taking it over. [more]

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  • From left: Nikki Field of Sotheby's, the interior and exterior at 995 Fifth Avenue and Daphne Guinness

    A New York family has purchased the final sponsor unit at Extell Development’s 995 Fifth Avenue cond-op, after a five-year stretch where three brokerages attempted to sell the 8,360-square-foot apartment. The full-floor, seven-bedroom unit was last listed with Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty for $30 million. The apartment was first listed for $35.5 million, when Extell was in the process converting the 26-unit former Stanhope Hotel into a cond-op. [more]

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    Real estate developer Janna Bullock is putting her house at 14 East 82nd Street on the market

    Now that she’s unloaded 9 East 67th Street, Russian beauty and real estate developer Janna Bullock is set to put another one of her townhouses on the market. The house, at 14 East 82nd Street, will hit the market tomorrow with a price of $20 million, according to listing broker Nikki Field, a senior vice president at Sotheby’s International Realty. Bullock — well-known for successfully renovating and flipping Manhattan townhouses — purchased the house in 2005 for $12.2 million, according to city records, and hosted the Kips Bay Decorator Show there in 2007. Bullock first put the 21-foot-wide Beaux Arts mansion, designed in 1903 by C.P.H Gilbert, on the market for $25 million in the fall of 2007. She had offers for $23 and $24 million, Field said, but decided instead to take it off the market in February 2008 and remove the show-house remnants. … [more]

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    An LLC purchased a multi-million dollar townhouse at 67 Charles Street

    A few weeks ago, the real estate world was abuzz with rumors that “Sex and the City” star Sarah Jessica Parker was the mysterious buyer of an $8.45 million townhouse at 17 Prospect Park West in Park Slope. After all, the thinking went, the buyers used a corporate name, Harken Pretty LLC, that sounded remarkably similar to Parker’s Pretty Matches Productions. And who, other than a celebrity, would form a limited liability company simply to buy a home? A lot of people, it turns out. The buyer of the mansion turned out to be a Google engineer who wanted to conceal the sale price from less well-compensated colleagues, the New York Times reported. The sale is one of a growing number of anonymous real estate purchases, brokers say, in an environment where ostentatious spending is now considered déclassé.  More

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