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Brown Harris Stevens buys Miami brokerage

Brown Harris Stevens has acquired Zilbert International Realty, a boutique residential brokerage based in Miami, Florida.

Founded in 2003 by Mark Zilbert, the firm’s over 30 licensed agents achieve over $450 million in sales annually, and currently hold several sales records in Miami Beach, including the highest price per square foot paid for a condominium.

The newly formed company will operated as Brown Harris Stevens Miami, LLC.

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“The diverse and vibrant Miami market is an ideal venue for our expansion as many of our clients spend time there,” said William Lie Zeckendorf, co-owner of Brown Harris Stevens.

“Zilbert’s agents’ unparalleled knowledge of the market, and commitment to excellent service to clients dovetails perfectly with the principles that Brown Harris Stevens has stood for since 1873.”

Effective immediately, Mark Zilbert, founder of the firm, joins Brown Harris Stevens Miami as president.

The firm will expand its presence from one office, located at 1129 5th Street, and will open a second locatio in The Continuum on the corner of Ocean Drive and South Pointe Drive.

The firm will operate under the trade name Brown Harris Stevens Zilbert. Brown Harris Stevens, New York’s oldest real estate firm, has negotiated and concluded transactions totaling over $6 billion annually.

The company has offices throughout New York City, The Hamptons, Palm Beach and Miami and serves as the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate.

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