The Real Deal New York

Who are the neighborhood leaders in NYC real estate?

A firm-by-firm breakdown of which residential brokerages dominate where
By Katherine Clarke | November 26, 2013 10:30AM

From the November issue: While many of New York’s priciest markets are seeing a slew of firms going head-to-head, there are a few neighborhoods where one brokerage has managed to grab the lion’s share of the listings.

Not long ago, brownstone Brooklyn was largely the domain of mom-and-pop brokerages. But over the last decade, major Manhattan firms have muscled their way in, either by buying up smaller companies or by pouring in money to chip away at their rivals’ market share.

This is an excerpt from “Who has the tightest grip on NYC?” — which appears in the November issue of The Real Deal.

  • sam

    why is Barbara C still in the news as a real estate source? she no longer owns the company or has any relevance -please stop quoting her now!!

    • Katherine Clarke

      Sam, she was quoted because we were talking about Corcoran’s early move into Brooklyn, which was back when she was still leading the company.

  • Sold out…

    The fastest growing companies today are TOWN, BOND, CORE… Barbara Corcoran sold out long ago!