Top residential agents of the week

TRD New York /
Oct.October 04, 2013 06:20 PM

Price: $7,850,000
Listing broker: Florrie Milan and Ellen Sussman of Brown Harris Stevens
Address: 15 East 69th Street

Price: $6,000,000
Listing broker: Betsy Messerschmitt of the Corcoran Group
Address: 144 Columbus Avenue

Price: $6,000,000
Listing broker: Yael Dunsky of Yael Dunsky Real Estate
Address: 350 Bleecker Street

Price: $5,125,000
Listing broker: Richard Balzano and Barry Brown of Douglas Elliman
Address: 132 West 22nd Street

Price: $4,600,000
Listing broker: Ari Harkov and Charles Homet of Halstead Property
Address: 144 West 18th Street

Price: $4,206,000
Listing broker: Les Meyers of Citi Habitats
Address: 420 East 58th Street

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