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HAVE YOU HEARD: Nets guard living high life

Keller Williams’ agent Kozet Luciano is becoming a cast member in the new E! show, Flip it Like Disick.

Luciano will be teaming up with Scott Disick (Keeping up with the Kardashians) and others as they buy, renovate, and flip luxury homes. In addition, the team will convert unique home projects for his celebrity friends and family.

SCOTT DISICK

The team also includes singer-turned-interior designer Willa Ford, Disick’s best friend and business partner (and Luciano’s husband) Benny Luciano, contractor Miki Mor, and Disick’s assistant Lindsay Diamond.

Since starting her real estate business in 2015, Lux Estates Homes, Kozet has helped celebrities buy and sell properties in Southern California.

“Partnering with Keller Williams has expanded my global footprint and exposure, their level of excitement about real estate is infectious and I am excited to be a part of that,’’ Luciano said when asked about her recent partnership with Keller Williams.

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SPENCER DINWIDDIE

Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie just went to contract on the highest apartment ever built in Brooklyn.

The Los Angeles native is buying the three-bedroom, 3-bath penthouse on the 68th floor of Brooklyn Point in Downtown Brooklyn, according to sources.

Currently the borough’s tallest residential tower standing at 720 feet, the building features the highest rooftop infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere, along with 40,000 s/f of other amenities, including a private basketball court.

Dinwiddie’s new digs are located less than a mile away from his other home, the Barclays Center, and will offer breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and waterways.

While the deal hasn’t yet closed, a three-bedroom on the 62nd floor of the Extell-developer skyscraper is currently listed at $3.53 million.

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