Like mother, like daughter: Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan picks up $2.9M Pierhouse condo

Stribling & Associates president’s mother moved to Brooklyn Bridge Park in 2009

TRD New York /
Jan.January 05, 2017 07:59 AM

Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan and a rendering of the Pierhouse

Stribling & Associates president Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan and her wife Rebecca Cleary picked up a $2.9 million condo at the Pierhouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The three-bedroom, 2 ½-bath unit in the Toll Brothers City Living TRData LogoTINY building comes with impressive views of the Manhattan skyline, the New York Post reported.

The new home will put Stribling-Kivlan, who goes by “EA,” in close proximity to her mother. Elizabeth “Libba” Stribling, who founded the eponymous brokerage, helped herald Brooklyn’s society cache when she and her husband decamped from the Upper East Side after they purchased a $6.32 million apartment at One Brooklyn Bridge Park in 2009.

Stribling-Kivlan took over as president of the family firm in 2012.

Corcoran is handling sales at the Pierhouse for Toll Brothers, which late last year began offering brokers commission incentives to help move units across its New York City new development portfolio. [NYP] – Rich Bockmann


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