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    295 Lafayette Street and Raphael De Niro

    At Jared Kushner’s penthouse-only Puck Building, the first condominium unit has entered contract for its full asking price of $27.5 million.

    The apartment is the second biggest in the building, located at 295 Lafayette Street. It will have three bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, terraces and nearly 6,000 square feet when it is available next year. [more]

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    46 Commerce Street and Carly Simon (Inset: Nick Gavin)

    Carly Simon can no longer croon “You Belong To Me” about her West Village co-op. The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter just sold the home for close to the $2.3 million asking price. [more]

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    From left: Raphael De Niro, Aaron Jugreis, Ken Colao and Bill de Blasio

    As mayoral frontrunner Bill de Blasio nears the finish line, several big names in the real estate industry are throwing in their support. [more]

  • From left: Raphael De Niro and the Bund, Shanghai

    From left: Raphael De Niro and the Bund, Shanghai

    Raphael De Niro, star Douglas Elliman broker and son of actor Robert De Niro, is teaming up with his famous dad and five other partners to develop an 850,000-square-foot complex in Shanghai’s financial district. [more]

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    Top: penthouse 31/32 at the Trump Park Avenue and Donald Trump. Bottom from left: Raphael De Niro, Ryan Serhant, Frederik Eklund, Kathy Sloane and Dolly Lenz

    Penthouse 31/32 at the Trump Park Avenue has been coming on and off the market for years. But now the Trumps are making a renewed effort to move the $45 million unit, with a Champagne soirée for New York’s top brokers. [more]

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  • 45 Montgomery Place

    45 Montgomery Place

    A Park Slope townhouse asking $14 million could set a record neighborhood sale price — that is, if a nearby townhouse with a $15 million price tag doesn’t snatch the record first. [more]

  • From the July issue: When Douglas Elliman brokers Raphael De Niro and Victoria Logvinsky put a Midtown Manhattan penthouse on the market for a record-high $100 million last July, “my name went around the world in the course of weeks,” De Niro told The Real Deal last month. That’s true despite the fact that the property lingered on the market, and in fact still hasn’t sold. (See “The $90 million club”) [more]

  • CitySpire tower, the $100M penthouse and Steven Klar

    UPDATED, 6:58 p.m., May 16: The triplex penthouse at the CitySpire Center in Midtown, listed last year for $100 million, hit the market again today with the same price tag, but a new broker. Sort of. Owner Steven Klar is listing the condominium himself, StreetEasy shows, making the home the priciest for sale by owner (FSBO) listing in Manhattan apartment history. See the full story and a chart of the priciest FSBO listings after the jump.

  • 11 Gramercy Park South

    A tony townhouse at 11 Gramercy Park South has chopped its ask by $4 million and brought on Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro to help close the deal, now that the unit has sat on the market for nearly a year, according to Curbed. [more]

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  • Gideon Gartner, left, and his Millennium Tower penthouse

    Tech entrepreneur and philanthropist Gideon Gartner, founder of global technology firm the Gartner Group, has found a buyer for his Millennium Tower penthouse, according to public records filed with the city today. The deal for the unit closed July 19 for $20.75 million, according to public records, almost 40 percent less than the original asking price.

    The sale of the Upper West Side Side spread, which first went on the market in September 2010 asking $34.5 million but whose price was cut to $27.5 million over the next 18 months, finally went into contract in April, shows. The Millennium Tower is located at 101 West 67th Street, near Columbus Avenue. [more]

  • Elliman broker Raphael De Niro and the $100 million CitySpire listing

    When Long Island-based real estate developer Steven Klar listed his Midtown penthouse with Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro last week, many industry experts raised a collective eyebrow at the hefty $100 million asking price.

    A handful of luxury property brokers told The Real Deal that the sizable 8,000-square-foot triplex unit, on the 56th Street building’s 73rd, 74th and 75th floors, does not warrant such an exorbitant price tag, despite its panoramic Central Park views. [more]

  • CitySpire tower, the $100M penthouse and Steven Klar

    A penthouse condominium hit the market today asking $100 million — and it’s not even in a new building. Steven Klar, the president of Long Island real estate developer the Klar Organization, put his 8,000-square-foot triplex apartment at CitySpire up for sale today through Prudential Douglas Elliman brokers Raphael De Niro and Victoria Logvinsky.

    “Art is what people are willing to pay for, and an apartment like this is like a piece of art,” Klar told the New York Times. The unit, at 150 West 56th Street, has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread across the 73rd, 74th and 75th floors, and comes with 3,000 square feet of wrap-around terrace space. The listing also includes a guest suite on the 72nd floor. [more]

  • Raphael De Niro and 60 Collister Street

    Prudential Douglas Elliman power broker Raphael De Niro, the son of actor Robert De Niro, has purchased an apartment in the Tribeca condominium known as 60 Collister Street, The Real Deal has learned. Public records show that the broker paid $3.53 million for the 3,850-square-foot corner loft in the converted 19th-century stable, whose alternate address is 157 Hudson Street and is situated between Laight and Hubert streets.

    Fredrik Eklund, the Prudential Douglas Elliman broker who headed up sales at the project with group partner John Gomes, declined to comment on De Niro’s purchase. The sale hit public record last week, despite closing May 31. [more]

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  • From left: 14 St. Luke's Place and Robert De Niro

    Robert De Niro’s West Village townhouse has sold for more than a third under ask, Curbed reported.

    The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath spread was first listed at $14 million, as The Real Deal reported at the time. The home, which has a private garden and a terrace, according to the listing, had a final sales price of $9.5 million, Curbed said. Another St. Luke’s Place home, a townhouse once owned by “West Side Story” playwright and “The Way We Were” screenwriter Arthur Laurents, also recently chopped its asking price in half.  [more]

  • From left: Anderson Cooper, 28 West 38th Street (credit: PropertyShark) and Cooper's penthouse

    One New York City home appears to be enough for Anderson Cooper. The New York Post reported the CNN anchor, who famously renovated a century-old West Village firehouse he bought for $4.3 million into a home, is listing his penthouse at 28 West 38th Street for $3.75 million.  [more]

  • Top residential agents of the week

    September 23, 2011 06:11PM

    From left: Kyle Blackmon, Louise Beit, Leslie Mason, Bahar Tavakolian, Frances Katzen and Raphael De Niro

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    Sources: and The Real Deal

    Footnotes: Data is for closed deals filed with the city this week through Friday. The chart only includes sellers’ brokers, because buyers’ brokers’ names are not available in city data or listings. The data does not include deals in contract. To obtain broker information, listing information was compared with sales records filed with the city. Only deals where an individual broker and address can be identified are included. As a result, private sales, listings where an address has not been provided and new development sales by a sales center are not included.



  • Robert De Niro and 14 Saint Luke’s Place

    Actor and real estate investor Robert De Niro is looking to unload the 19th century townhouse at 14 Saint Luke’s Place that he’s owned for the past three decades.

    The five-story, 22-foot-wide property, which was home to poet Marianne Moore during the 1920s, is on one of the West Village’s most storied and coveted blocks, between Hudson Street and Seventh Avenue.

    On the southern side of the street is James J. Walker Park, incidentally the setting for the “Raging Bull” scene where De Niro’s character, Jake LaMotta, first speaks to his future wife, played by Cathy Moriarty. Opposite the park is a line of townhouses that have housed a series of famous figures: former New York City Mayor Jimmy Walker, painters Paul Cadmus and Jared French and journalist Linda Ellerbee, among them. … [more]


  • Clockwise from left: the apartment at the Time Warner Center, Jay-Z and buyer Taek Jho Low

    The buyer of Time Warner Center pad previously rented by Jay-Z has been revealed as an entity linked to Malaysian party boy Taek Jho Low, according to the New York Post. At $31 million, or more than $6,400 per square foot, Low paid more than anyone else has ever paid at the luxury site.

    This is not an unusual purchase for Low, who has partied regularly with Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox and Paris Hilton. He has owned various trophy properties, including a $33 million penthouse, formerly owned by Donald Trump, on Central Park West, which he sold at a $3 million loss last year.

    Insiders told the Post that a “bevy of beautiful Asian women trailed by American men in suits” toured the glamorous 76th-floor condo several times during the negotiations…. [more]

  • Elliman joins Prodigy at Trump Soho

    July 11, 2011 03:45PM
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    From left: Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and Raphael De Niro, Prodigy Network’s Rodrigo Nino and Trump Soho

    After months of speculation, Prudential Douglas Elliman officially got in on the marketing act at Trump Soho, according to Real Estate Weekly. The Real Deal previously reported the hotel-condominium’s developers and lenders were considering replacing the current Prodigy Network-led team with Elliman brokers. According to Real Estate Weekly, Elliman’s Raphael De Niro and Fredrik Eklund will “spearhead” the domestic sales effort for the unaccounted for apartments in the 346-unit tower, while keeping Prodigy in tow. According to Prodigy President Rodrigo Nino, 21 units have entered contract and 19 units have closed since the team unveiled lower prices in the Sapir Organization and Bayrock Group-developed building in late February. … [more]

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    Todd Wagner’s Time Warner Center penthouse, which just went into contract for $31 million, and Jay-Z, who once lived there

    The 4,825-square-foot Time Warner Center penthouse once rented by Jay-Z has gone into contract for $31 million, according to the Post. At over $6,400 per square foot, the deal would be the priciest ever at the Related Companies-developed condominium tower. The 76th-floor spread has tried for building records before; in 2010, current owner Todd Wagner, Mark Cuban’s co-founder of, put it on the market with the penthouse upstairs as a potential $73.5 million combination — the most expensive listing in Manhattan. On its own, Wagner’s apartment, which he bought from investor Michael Hirtenstein for $27 million in 2007, was last asking $38 million. … [more]