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Price: $9,100,000 Listing brokers: Edward Hickey and Susan Meisel of Meisel Real Estate Address: 76 Crosby Street
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4 NYC - 76 Crosby Street
Square Feet: Inside the Actress's Harlem Townhouse
NBC New York

Actress and producer Tamara Tunie has created a comfortable home filled with unique architecture detail and vibrant colors in her Harlem townhouse. Join her for a tour! This episode of Open House was taped at 76 Crosby, New York.

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Featured in Vogue Magazine!
Absolutely stunning full floor co-op loft in the Heart of Soho!
Inside M.T. Carney's SoHo Loft.

June 19, 2014

115 Spring Street, 2nd Floor
For Sale: $6,495,000

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 York. I was eighteen at the time.” Fifteen years after that first meal, she moved into the loft on Spring Street where she now lives with her fiancé, Richard, and her two children, James and Matilda. “It was the first time I’d ever been able to build an apartment without compromise. It was just for me, no husband. It was my apartment, and I was able to do whatever I wanted. That said, the place was a total shell—there were no floors or ceilings, just a couple of raw light bulbs and a toilet in the middle of the room.”

Enter decorator Michael Adams. “Michael’s boyfriend worked for me at my old agency, and I’d met Michael socially a few times before he took on this project. I think it was one of his first bigger jobs. He has now done every house I’ve had in New York and all of my offices,” she says of her longtime collaborator, who had a hand in everything in the loft from the gray and blue color scheme to the way the books are arranged on the shelves.

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

Monday, June 21, 2010

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? There's now another option. Please welcome Chelsea Enclave's first $25,000/month rental.

The apartment in question, #4A, just went into contract with a listing price of $5.985 million. The 4BR, 4.5BA, 28-window rental is available for August occupancy, and while the listing has only the standard A-line interior shots, there is a floorplan.

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Exposed! Brick

The New York Observer - Article 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.

In fact, exposed brick, once thought gauche and déclassé, has grown into a coveted luxury real estate commodity in New York City.
“Brick is a big draw for people because it is very old-world; it gives an extra charm to a space,” Susan Meisel of Meisel Real Estate said...

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Queer Eye for the Brooklyn Brownstone!

15 January 2007
The New York Observer - Article by Max Abelson

A Brooklyn brownstone is about to get a makeover à 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...

"According to broker Ed Hickey’s listing at Meisel Real Estate, the 2,258-square-foot apartment Mr. Allen just sold, designed by Mr. Rice, is square-shaped. The kitchen..."

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

25 January 2004
The New York Times - Article by Claire Wilson

...Once considered part of Little Italy, the dozen or so blocks that make up NoLIta, an acronym for North of Little Italy, are now the stomping grounds for a fashionable crowd that is younger, often wealthier and more international...

"They are extremely expensive for what they are, but you are paying for the views,'' commented Ed Hickey, associate broker with SoHo-based Meisel Real Estate, noting that the 16-story building towers over neighboring structures. ''They are for wealthy young people who want a full-service building downtown."

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Janice Min Sells Porter House To Bachelor-Broker Futterman

3 April 2006
The New York Observer - Article by Michael Calderone

In January, The O
bserver 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....
"...Edward Hickey, of Meisel Real Estate,
represented the seller."
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Sharper Image Signs SoHo Deal
13 September 2002 - Article 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....
"...Susan Meisel of Meisel Real Estate represented building owner Chaim Billet in the negotiations..."
...The store is expected to open in November. RKF's Cohen, along with Victor Fandel of Fandel Retail Group, also co brokered Adidas' 12-year lease at 134-136 Wooster St. in a deal valued at $6.5 million. Alan Ballinger and Susan B. Anthony of Susan B. Anthony represented owners Julia McFarlane and Judith Kress...

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