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Top residential agents of the week

Fri, 07/10/2015 TheRealDeal.com
By: TheRealDeal.com

Meisel Real Estate featured in TheRealDeal.com's top agents this week with 76 Crosby Street.

Price: $9,100,000
Listing brokers: Edwar ...

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Inside M.T. Carney's SoHo Loft

Fri, 06/20/2014 Vogue
By: Edited by Rebecca Stadlen
Photographed by Nicholas Calcott

M.T. Carney, CEO of Untitled Worldwide LLC and former president of marketing for Walt Disney Studios Worlwide, has always loved SoHo. “The neighborhood has a romantic vibe to me, in spite of the traffic and the tourists. Raoul’s on Prince Street was the first restaurant I ever went to in New ...

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Janice Min Sells Porter House To Bachelor-Broker Futterman

Sun, 04/02/2006 The New York Observer
By: Michael Calderone

In January, The Observer reported that Us Weekly editor Janice Min and her husband, Peter Sheehy, were moving into a $4 million Soho spread. But the couple still had to get rid of their sleek apartment in the Porter House, a West 15th Street condominium in the meatpacking district.

Despite ...

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Sharper Image Signs SoHo Deal

Wed, 12/31/1969 GlobeSt.com
By: Michael Calderone

The grownup's toy store will open its fourth Manhattan location in a 2,500-sf space at 98 Greene St. The lease is one of three recent SoHo deals brokered by Robert K. Futterman & Associates involving long-term commitments by high-profile retailers.

Sharper Image's 10-year lease is value ...

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If You're Thinking of Living In/NoLIta; Hotbed of Hipness in Old Neighborhood

Wed, 12/31/1969 The New York Times
By: Claire Wilson

The 10-day festivities surrounding the feast of San Gennaro, celebrating the patron saint of Naples, still takes up the whole length of Mulberry Street between East Houston Street and Canal Street every September, but for some of the blocks of the annual party, references ...

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Queer Eye for the Brooklyn Brownstone!

Wed, 12/31/1969 The New York Observer
By: Max Abelson

A Brooklyn brownstone is about to get a makeover, la Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Swishy television foodie Ted Allen, who tells heterosexuals what to eat on the hit Bravo program, has sold his $2.75 million five-room loft at the chic Chelsea Atelier to go renovate a brownstone in Brooklyn. He would not disclose his new Brooklyn nei ...

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Exposed! Brick

Wed, 12/31/1969 The New York Observer
By: Chloe Malle

Carrie Bradshaw on Exposed Brick - Was I the only one who remembered that Brooke described this guy as more boring than exposed brick. So opined Carrie Bradshaw of her friend's fiancé in an early episode of Sex and the City. In this instance, Carrie's voice-over couldn't be more wrong: There are innumerable things more boring than exposed brick ...

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1Close Out Summer in Chelsea Enclave's First $25K/Month RentalEd Hickey of Meisel Real Estate represented the Buyer in the purchase of 4A, and immediately upon closing, leased the Unit to the new Tenant.

Wed, 12/31/1969 Curbed.com
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Units at Ninth Avenue's slice of seminary Chelsea Enclave have been closing at some pretty nice discounts, as high as 26.8 percent off asking prices. Still don't have a prayer of buying one of those $6.745 million to $10.75 million penthouses?

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