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  • Town reports $1.9B in 2014 business

    December 30, 2014 04:00PM
    From left: Andrew Heiberger and Joseph Sitt

    From left: Andrew Heiberger and Joseph Sitt

    Despite behind-the-scenes drama, Town Residential turned in a solid financial performance in 2014.

    According to numbers provided by Town, the brokerage generated $1.86 billion in total sales and leasing volume, representing a 15.6 percent increase over 2013. In all, the firm closed 1,148 sales with an average price of $1.6 million, and it completed 3,775 leases with an average rent of $4,499. [more]

  • From left: Jeff Appel and Shlomi Reuveni

    From left: Jeff Appel and Shlomi Reuveni

    A month after Town Residential owners Joseph Sitt and Andrew Heiberger settled a legal battle for control of the firm, the company has scored a major coup with a high-profile hire.

    Brown Harris Stevens senior managing director Shlomi Reuveni, who headed up the Brown Harris Stevens Select new development marketing team, has joined Town as a managing director of new development, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • One Morningside Park at West 110th Street and Shlomi Reuveni

    One Morningside Park at West 110th Street and Shlomi Reuveni

    Developers are looking to lure buyers further Uptown with a powerful carrot: Central Park views. And these come at a fraction of the cost of tony developments such as One57.

    At One Morningside Park for example, a 2,160-square-foot space that was combined from three apartments sold for $2.74 million. The 22-story building offers views of both Morningside and Central Parks, as well as the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. Compare that to Gary Barnett’s One57, where the smallest three-bedroom available as of November was asking $18.75 million. [more]

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  • Cindy Gallop (inset) and the loft at 213 West 23rd Street

    Cindy Gallop (inset) and 213 West 23rd Street

    Advertising maven Cindy Gallop, the founder of the MakeLoveNotPorn movement, has listed her Chelsea loft for just under $6 million.

    The 3,800-square-foot apartment at 213 West 23rd Street used to be the men’s locker room of the YMCA, Gallop told the Wall Street Journal. Painted entirely in shades of black, the apartment has two bedrooms and three bathrooms and a large open space which serves in turn as the living room, dining room and kitchen. It is decorated with paraphernalia such as a Gucci chain saw and an Ak-47 littered with Chanel logos. [more]

  • From left: Shlomi Reuveni, the Laureate and Sky View Parc

    It’s not just dog-care services that developers are now offering to lure clients into buildings; it’s also private playgrounds for children, NY1 reported.

    “A new trend we are seeing now is outdoor playgrounds for children,” Shlomi Reuveni of Brown Harris Stevens, told NY1, “a very appealing concept for any buyer because of the added value to their purchase.” [more]

  • UWS is gaining a high-end rep

    May 11, 2012 09:30AM

    From left: Shlomo Reuveni, the Windermere and the new Brooks Brothers

    The Upper West Side is becoming more affluent, real estate brokers told the New York Daily News, and no where is that better reflected than in the neighborhood’s rising residential and retail rents. The News points to the Windermere, a rental building long in poor condition at 92nd Street and West End Avenue that Stellar Management recently upgraded. Apartments now rent for between $2,200 per month for a studio and $16,000 a month for a four- or five-bedroom home, under a marketing team led by Brown Harris Stevens’ Shlomi Reuveni. [more]

  • Apthorp developer buys Laureate penthouse

    December 12, 2011 01:05PM

    Developer Maurice Mann and the interior and exterior of a penthouse unit at the Laureate

    Maurice Mann, the original developer of the Apthorp condominium conversion, has purchased a penthouse unit at the Laureate, the Stahl Organization’s new luxury condominium at 2150 Broadway, for over $7 million, according to public records filed with the city today.

    Mann closed on the 2,532-square-foot, three-bedroom residence at the Laureate on Nov. 18, according to records, with a price of $7.37 million. Though he was not immediately available for comment, a person who answered the phone at his office confirmed the purchase.

    The unit, which boasts “a great room with extra large windows and a set of French doors that open to a Juliet balcony at the [front] of the building,” was last listed with Shlomi Reuveni, a broker and head of the Brown Harris Stevens Select team, for $7.7 million, according to … [more]

  • Sales launch at Tribeca condo Reade57

    October 12, 2011 02:23PM

    Sales have officially launched at Reade57, a 21-story condominium in Tribeca developed by the John Buck Company, according to a release from the developer.

    Brown Harris Stevens Select is marketing the building at 57 Reade Street, which was designed by SLCE Architects.

    “Reade57 is unlike any recent new development project Tribeca has seen in terms of its competitive price point and diversified unit mix, offering one- and two-bedroom homes in a neighborhood dominated by multi-million dollar lofts,” said Shlomi Reuveni, executive vice president of Brown Harris Stevens Select.– Miranda Neubauer[more]

  • Cartoon creator buys at the Laureate

    September 13, 2011 05:51PM

    Just one month after Eric Weiner, the co-creator of bilingual cartoon character “Dora the Explorer”, sold his apartment at Extell Development’s Ariel West at 245 West 99th Street, he has picked up a 3,326-square-foot unit at the Laureate, a new luxury condominium at 2150 Broadway.

    According to the New York Observer, the five-bedroom, 4.5-bath home was listed by Brown Harris Stevens agent Shlomi Reuveni for $8.8 million. It was not immediately clear if Weiner had paid the full listing price.

    The apartment features a master bedroom with his-and-hers walk-in closets, a private balcony, a library and a “great room.”

    The Stahl Organization’s the Laureate has been experiencing strong sales activity. Having opened in February of this year, 32 of the building’s 71 units are already closed and 26 are in contract, according to Its three-to-seven-bedroom units range in price from $2.5 million to $11 million. [Observer]

  • Several new developments across the city are once again selling apartments off floor plans alone, the New York Times reported, a practice not seen since before the downturn. Examples tend to be in areas of low inventory and extensive amenities. “For the right design and location, there’s very little inventory,” said Extell Development’s Gary Barnett, “and if people want to lock into something, they’ll buy off floor plans.”

    At Extell’s One 57, a 90-story condominium tower at 157 West 57th Street across from Carnegie Hall, apartments will not be ready for move-ins for two years, but sales will probably kick off this summer. “We have had such a strong reaction with people wanting to buy that we expect to get a fair amount of sales even before the sales office opens,” Barnett said. … [more]

  • By Katherine Clarke and Lauren Elkies

    Terra Holdings, parent company of Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property, is launching a new development marketing company and Stephen Kliegerman, executive director of new development marketing at Halstead Property, has been selected to head it up, according to an internal memo leaked to The Real Deal. A public announcement is imminent, according to a spokesperson for Halstead.

    Kliegerman will not be leaving Halstead. Terra Development will market development projects represented by both Brown Harris and Halstead, of which Kliegerman will become president.

    Though the memo dates back to April, the move has remained relatively under the radar. When contacted by The Real Deal late yesterday afternoon, Halstead would not disclose any information about the move, but said a public announcement would be released within the next 48 hours or so. … [more]

  • Last week, back when it wasn’t raining non-stop in New York City, the real estate industry convened in 15 Union Square West’s Penthouse 11 for an art, architecture and design showcase, “TENTOONSTELLING,” by the Going Dutch Foundation. The event, hosted by Avenue magazine, developer Brack Capital Real Estate and building marketing team Brown Harris Stevens Select, was put on in conjunction with the 23rd annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair. In addition to the collection of Dutch artwork, design pieces and architecture models on display, the penthouse itself, designed by Vincente Wolf, was officially unveiled. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom spread is on the market for $10.7 million. Check out photos from the event in the slide show above. TRD


  • The Laureate, a penthouse at the building and Shlomi Reuveni of Brown Harris Stevens Select (illustrations by Dbox)

    The Stahl Organization’s the Laureate hit the market at 2150 Broadway just six weeks ago, but the Wall Street Journal has already declared the property the “top-selling new luxury condo” in Manhattan. The 20-story, Beaux-Arts project, whose three-to-seven-bedroom units range in price from $2.5 million to $11 million, has accounted for almost one-quarter of the 103 signed contracts above $4 million since sales launched there Feb. 28, according to Donna Olshan, who tracks high-end apartment sales at her residential brokerage, Olshan Realty. On average, condos at the SLCE Architects-designed building, at 76th Street, are going for $6 million, or $2,350 per square foot — twice the current average per-square-foot price of new Upper West Side condos. … [more]


  • The Laureate, penthouse unit C3 and Shlomi Reuveni of Brown Harris Stevens Select

    The Laureate, at 2150 Broadway, opened for sales this week, according to its developer, the Stahl Organization, and Brown Harris Stevens Select, the exclusive marketing team headed by executive vice president Shlomi Reuveni. The 20-story, 70-unit condominium is already 23 percent sold, with 16 residences purchased and several more units in contract. The building — on the corner of 76th Street and Broadway — was designed by SLCE Architects and Deborah Berke & Partners Architects. The Laureate consists mainly of three- to seven-bedroom units, ranging from 1,700 square feet to over 4,000 square feet. TRD[more]

  • alternate textMerritt House lobby and BHS’ Shlomi Reuveni

    Brown Harris Stevens has taken over marketing … [more]

  • alternate textMerritt House lobby and BHS’ Shlomi Reuveni

    Brown Harris Stevens has taken over marketing … [more]