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Brown Harris Stevens

445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
(212) 906-9200
Website

Brown Harris Stevens is a residential real estate brokerage firm in New York City, specializing in high-end properties. It is a subsidiary of Terra Holdings. As of September 2015, the firm was led by Hall Willkie, who holds the title of president. BHS has 14 residential offices in the New York region, including its headquarters at 770 Lexington Avenue. There are ten South Florida offices as well as two offices dedicated to a small commercial services wing of the firm. Brown Harris Stevens dates from the late 19th century and was acquired in 1995 by the principals who later formed Terra. The firm has also been on the buying end of several mergers, having absorbed two New York boutique brokerages. Its 2004 acquisition of William B. May helped Brown Harris Stevens launch its Brooklyn footprint, and its 2009 acquisition of Edward Lee Cave gave it a new division.

Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9387
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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Brown Harris Stevens, Real Estate Salesperson
770 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 906-9203
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  • Event Sales
  • Address 165 Hicks Street
  • Neighborhood Brooklyn Heights
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Price $ 3,200,000
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The buyer acquired the Brooklyn Heights property for $3.2 million.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 179 Franklin Street
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 2,376
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The pediatric therapy center signed a 2-year lease for the Tribeca location.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 33 Bond Street
  • Neighborhood Noho
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 1,000
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The architectural firm signed a lease for the NoHo location.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 61 North 11th Street
  • Neighborhood Williamsburg
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Square feet 15,479
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The female-focused production studio and creative agency inked a lease for a women's coworking and event space in Williamsburg.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 215 Park Avenue South
  • Neighborhood Gramercy
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 12,187
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The media company signed a 5-year lease on the 18th floor.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 70 Hester Street
  • Neighborhood Lower East Side
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 1,875
  • Price $ 5,900,000
  • Price per foot $ 3,146.67
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The synagogue sold for $5.9 million from Christine Svenningsen.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 570 Lexington Avenue
  • Neighborhood Plaza District
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 4,205
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The security brokers and dealers signed a lease renewal on the 31st floor.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 130 Fifth Avenue
  • Neighborhood Flatiron
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 13,300
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The real estate brokerage signed a lease on the entire second floor.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 315 East 18th Street
  • Neighborhood Gramercy Park
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 4,150,000
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The property sold for $4.15 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 313 West 77th Street
  • Neighborhood Upper West Side
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 5,898
  • Price $ 5,200,000
  • Price per foot $ 881.65
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The property sold for $5.2 million. The site has approximately 1,046 square feet of air rights.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 70 Hester Street
  • Neighborhood Chinatown
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 3,690,000
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The property sold for $3.69 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 232 East 59th Street
  • Neighborhood Midtown East
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 42,176
  • Price $ 34,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 806.15
  • Publication Date 03/01/2013
  • Event Date 01/20/2013
  • Party 1 Battaglia Realty LLC
  • Party 2 Fine Arts Building LLC
  • Party 2 Brokerage Brown Harris Stevens
  • Party 2 Broker Howard Morrel
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The property sold for $34 million.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 412 Sterling Place
  • Neighborhood Prospect Heights
  • Borough Brooklyn
  • Price $ 1,720,000
  • Event Sales
  • Address 221-10 Jamaica Avenue
  • Neighborhood Queens Village
  • Borough Queens
  • Price $ 4,800,000
  • Publication Date 05/01/2012
  • Event Date 03/17/2012
  • Party 2 GWB Realty Associates of New Jersey LLC
  • Party 2 Brokerage Brown Harris Stevens
  • Party 2 Broker David Sargoy, Zubin Hassid
  • Event Sales
  • Address 145 Sixth Avenue
  • Neighborhood Soho
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 3,400
  • Publication Date 08/01/2009
  • Event Date 06/22/2009
  • Party 1 Brokerage Brown Harris Stevens
  • Party 1 Broker Erin Boisson-Aries
  • Party 2 Russell Roberts
  • Party 2 Brokerage New York Commercial Real Estate Services
  • Party 2 Broker Deborah Stewart
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The commercial artists' loft sold for an undisclosed price.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 78 East 2nd Street
  • Neighborhood East Village
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 3,300,000
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The multifamily property sold for $3.3 million. The building was delivered vacant.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 134 West 29th Street
  • Neighborhood Chelsea
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 5,000
  • Price $ 2,900,000
  • Price per foot $ 580.00
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The Third-floor office co-op sold for around $2.9 million. The buyer plans to move its offices from 60 East 42nd Street.
  • Event Retail Leasing
  • Address 50 East 78th Street
  • Neighborhood Upper East Side
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 2,400
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The founder of the New York Observer signed a 10-year lease to open an art gallery. The reported asking rent was $160 per square foot. The lease encompasses a 1,900-square-foot ground-level space and 500 square feet below grade.
  • Event Sales
  • Address 1049 Lexington Avenue
  • Neighborhood Upper East Side
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 3,485
  • Price $ 5,350,000
  • Price per foot $ 1,535.15
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The 3,485 sf property sold for $5.35 million, or $1,535 per square foot. The price represents a capitalization rate of 5 percent and a gross rent multiple of 15.4. The first and second floors are vacant retail units, and the Third and fourth floors each contain a one-bedroom apartment.
  • Event Sales
  • Building Name The Parkwood
  • Address 31 East 28th Street
  • Neighborhood NoMad
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 4,800
  • Price $ 2,800,000
  • Price per foot $ 583.33
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The commercial condominium at the 12-story luxury apartment building sold for $2.8 million, or $848 per square foot. The property, which was delivered vacant, includes 3,300 square feet of ground-floor space and 1,500 square feet below grade.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 350 East 54th Street
  • Neighborhood Midtown East
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 1,200
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The hedge fund signed a lease for a duplex office space. $58,000 per year.
  • Event Office Leasing
  • Address 445 Park Avenue
  • Neighborhood Plaza District
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 20,000
  • Price per foot $ 75.00
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The brokerage inked a 15-year lease for the entire 11th floor. The firm is relocating its headquarters from an 11,000-square-foot space at 655 Madison Avenue.

07/10/2018
Although it is difficult to arrive at definitive numbers for the 2017 sales volume of Brooklyn brokerages, TRD obtained its figures by crosschecking sales data from an analysis of StreetEasy's online records, with sales figures for both buy and sell-side transactions provided by the firms themselves, which TRD vetted. However, some major firms, such as Brown Harris Stevens, elected not to participate and were thus not included by default...

06/11/2018
Brown Harris Stevens’ Christopher Burnside took fourth place with about $115 million in sales, and Douglas Elliman’s Enzo Morabito was in the  No...

06/01/2018
Robin Schneiderman, director of business development for Halstead Property and Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, said that in a market with slowing sales, there’s a growing divide between Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods and everywhere else...

06/01/2018
Illustration by Kolchoz New York’s residential market was something of a puzzle in 2017 â€' with exuberant buyers dropping eight-figure sums at 432 Park Avenue Illustration by Kolchoz New York’s residential market was something of a puzzle in 2017 â€' with exuberant buyers dropping eight-figure sums at 432 Park Avenue...

03/09/2018
Rapid Realty was a close second with a 43 percent drop to 124 agents from 219 agents. Sotheby’s International Realty's Warren Lewis affiliate came next, dropping about 23 percent to 36 agents from 47. Re/Max and Brown Harris Stevens followed in fourth and fifth place, respectively, each seeing a roughly 20 percent drop...

02/01/2018
Those two heavy hitters were followed by Sotheby’s International Realty (with 321 listings valued at $3.45 billion), Compass (with 699 listings valued at $2.29 billion) and Brown Harris Stevens (with 332 listings valued at $2.02 billion)...

02/01/2018
Update: After publication, Brown Harris Stevens told The Real Deal it closed $1.7 billion in 738 Manhattan sell-side deals in 2017...

01/01/2018
From top left: Laurie Golub, Daun Paris, Caaminee Pandit, Bess Freedman, Alicia Goldstein, Leslie Himmel, Pam Liebman, Melissa Gliatta, Toby Moskovits and E.A. Stribling-Kivlan From top left: Laurie Golub, Daun Paris, Caaminee Pandit, Bess Freedman, Alicia Goldstein, Leslie Himmel, Pam Liebman, Melissa Gliatta, Toby Moskovits and E.A. Stribling-Kivlan...

12/20/2017
Price matters. That’s the takeaway from a look at the 10 priciest residential sales of 2017. Like years past, the list was dominated by new developments. ButPrice matters. That’s the takeaway from a look at the 10 priciest residential sales of 2017. Like years past, the list was dominated by new developments. But...

10/01/2017
“Money still seems cheap,” said Brown Harris Stevens agent Lisa Lippman, who estimated that 70 percent of her buyers get financing when only about 20 percent of them need it...

09/01/2017
Sotheby's International placed fifth with $800.2 million in revenue. It was followed by Modern Spaces ($746.8 million), Halstead Property ($579.9 million), Brown Harris Stevens ($430.1 million), Town Residential ($416.8 million), Nest Seekers International ($353.7 million) and CORE ($205.3 million)...

08/31/2017
Brown Harris Stevens ($558.7 million), Sotheby's International Realty ($443 million, Compass ($417.6 million), Town Residential ($388.5 million) and Modern Spaces ($251.1 million) rounded out the top 10 list...

08/01/2017
While developers generally pay marketing firms a fee until closings start, if a brokerage gets replaced early in the sales process, before commissions start trickling in, it risks losing money, noted Stephen Kliegerman, president of Terra Development Marketing, the parent company of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing and Halstead Property Development Marketing...

06/01/2017
Brown Harris Stevens' Erin Boisson Aires clocked in at No...

06/01/2017
Brown Harris Stevens’ Lisa Lippman said brokers need to work harder and smarter to get deals done in a market where buyers and sellers don’t agree...

03/01/2017
Taking the top spot was the city’s largest firm, Douglas Elliman, which had $6 million worth of listings at buildings like the 114-unit luxury rental 393 West End Avenue and the 110-unit rental Madison Park Tower on East 34th Street. At No. 2 was the Corcoran Group with $5.1 million, followed by upstart brokerage Compass with $3.3 million, Sotheby’s International Realty with $2.5 million and Brown Harris Stevens with $2.3 million...

02/24/2017
In 2015, Corcoran Sunshine, Manhattan’s top new development marketing firm, was awash in new business. That year, its brokers picked up an unprecedented $10 billion-plus in In 2015, Corcoran Sunshine, Manhattan’s top new development marketing firm, was awash in new business. That year, its brokers picked up an unprecedented $10 billion-plus in...

07/01/2016
To that end, Brown Harris Stevens’ John Burger took the No...

07/01/2016
(Click to enlarge) Compass, a newcomer on the Hamptons real estate scene, scored a coup last October when it hired veteran Ed Petrie away from (Click to enlarge) Compass, a newcomer on the Hamptons real estate scene, scored a coup last October when it hired veteran Ed Petrie away from...

05/01/2016
Brown Harris Stevens CEO Hall Willkie said the competition for recruiting top agent talent is as fierce as ever but that firms are being more careful in the wake of a round of high-profile poaching-related lawsuits last year...

02/29/2016
From left: Halstead Property's Diane Ramirez, Douglas Elliman's Dottie Herman, Brown Harris Stevens' Hal Wilkie and Corcoran Group's Pamela Liebman Did you know that Douglas From left: Halstead Property's Diane Ramirez, Douglas Elliman's Dottie Herman, Brown Harris Stevens' Hal Wilkie and Corcoran Group's Pamela Liebman Did you know that Douglas...

01/05/2016
Both Sotheby’s and its main rival, Christie’s, have real estate ties â€' Christie’s via affiliated firms like Brown Harris Stevens in New York, and Sotheby’s through wholly-owned offices as well as affiliated brokerages...

12/31/2015
Top from left: Robert A.M. Stern, 11 Madison Avenue, Brian Chesky, One57 and Rubin Schron. Middle from left: A map of Airbnb listings, Jonathan Top from left: Robert A.M. Stern, 11 Madison Avenue, Brian Chesky, One57 and Rubin Schron. Middle from left: A map of Airbnb listings, Jonathan...

12/01/2015
Douglas Elliman and the Corcoran Group ranked No. 1 and No. 2, with $81 million and $49 million in exclusive rental listings, respectively. Town Residential, a considerably smaller firm, placed third with $37 million, while Brown Harris Stevens ($31 million) and Sotheby’s International Realty ($24 million) rounded out the top five...

09/09/2015
From left to right: Emily Beare, Leonard Steinberg, Ryan Serhant, Serena Boardman and Ilan Bracha (Illustration: Chris Manfre) “No player is bigger than the club,” From left to right: Emily Beare, Leonard Steinberg, Ryan Serhant, Serena Boardman and Ilan Bracha (Illustration: Chris Manfre) “No player is bigger than the club,”...

Median apartment prices in Brooklyn hit $573,000, a 10 percent increase over the first quarter of 2015, while the average price is up 5 percent...

Manhattan’s absorption rate is tightening. The average rate for condos and co-ops fell to 3.6 months in February from 3.9 months during the same period...

Manhattan’s absorption rate fell slightly to 4.1 months in November. Midtown and Midtown East saw the sharpest absorption declines year-over-year as more new development sales...

...full report online here. Q3 2015 Manhattan residential sales: Brown Harris Stevens...

...the full report online here. August 2015 Manhattan absorption: Brown Harris Stevens...

...full report online here. Q2 2015 Manhattan residential sales: Brown Harris Stevens...

...the full report online here. June 2015 Manhattan absorption: Brown Harris Stevens...

...the full report online here. May 2015 Manhattan absorption: Brown Harris Stevens...

...full report online here. 4Q 2014 Manhattan residential sales: Brown Harris Stevens...