From TRD LA’s fall issue: In a city where new development projects switch brokerage hands at a dizzying pace, competition is fierce. Case in point: Douglas Elliman just lost the $1 billion Metropolis condo project after it struggled to deliver sales throughout its four years of control. Now, The Agency has the reins. Los Angeles’ residential brokerage scene has only gotten more cutthroat as firms based outside the city enter an already crowded field, hopeful …
“They’ll eventually be out of Westchester County,” Bill Raveis declared back in 2015, referring to rival firm Douglas Elliman’s move into William Raveis Real Estate’s stronghold. Not quite two years later, the opposite is turning out to be true. On Tuesday, a jury upheld Elliman’s claim that Raveis and a former Elliman manager conspired to poach top agents from its office in Armonk, N.Y. The jury awarded Elliman $5 million in damages. The rival
This two-bedroom condo at 100 Engert Avenue straddles the border of Greenpoint and Williamsburg and features a common roof deck with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Located in a 2008 building known as Century Vintage, the apartment has a vintage-style kitchen with white subway tile, white cabinets made of solid… Read More >The post Greenpoint Condo With Two Baths, Vintage Touches, Roof Deck Asks $1.099 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.
This standalone home at 156 Beach 140th Street in the Belle Harbor neighborhood of the Rockaways is half a block from sand and has a koi pond and waterfall. The outside of the house is Mediterranean, with a red tile roof and stucco. The interior of the home has a bevy… Read More >The post Rockaways House With Ocean Views, Koi Pond, Waterfall Asks $2.2 Million appeared first on Brownstoner.