Top residential agents of the week

TRD New York /
Nov.November 14, 2014 06:00 PM

Price: $6,250,000
Listing broker: William Costigan and Jennifer Schwartz of Douglas Elliman
Address: 67 Cranberry Street

Price: $5,450,000
Listing broker: Katharine Tuckerman and Edith Tuckerman of Brown Harris Stevens
Address: 1220 Park Avenue

Price: $5,150,000
Listing broker: Annette Elvey of Brown Harris Stevens
Address: 535 Park Avenue

Price: $5,450,000
Listing broker: Lisa Lippman and Gerard “Scott” Moore of Brown Harris Stevens
Address: 3 East 84th Street

Price: $3,950,000
Listing broker: Kevin Brown and Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty
Address: 535 Park Avenue — Mark Maurer

Sources: StreetEasy 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.

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