The Real Deal New York

Halstead nabs star Bed-Stuy team from Evans & Nye

January 28, 2014 03:40PM

Real estate brokerage Evans & Nye’s record-setting Bedford-Stuyvesant team has left the firm and joined Halstead Property.

Evans & Nye co-founder Ban Leow confirmed the decamp to Brownstoner, adding that Halstead did not purchase the firm. Morgan Munsey and Donna Myrie, brokers with the firm who set a number of brownstone price records in the neighborhood over the last year, are also headed to Halstead.

The future is equally uncertain for Evans & Nye’s 378 Tompkins Avenue office, near the firm’s go-to watering hole Bed-Vyne Brew.

Halstead has five Brooklyn offices in Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and two in Park Slope but none in Bedford-Stuyvesant, according to the firm’s website. [Brownstoner]Julie Strickland

  • Rotimi

    Congratulations Ban. Continued blessings in 2014. You deserve it.

  • jon

    Good. Now Apt’s & Lofts will dominate the hood since all the agents are leaving E&N for Halstead. A+L has a stronger presence and reputation in the industry and their marketing-operations will take over the hood now and or give them the major competitive edge or E&N that’s if they stay open.

    • doofus

      Apts and Lofts are one of the most annoying firms out there. And also, who says hood? It’s 2014, not 1992. A little grammar goes a long way.

  • Tim

    Why the split inquiring minds would like to know?

  • BHL

    Ban Leow not Loew as printed. Thanks.