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HAVE YOU HEARD: Nest Seekers has Courageous Leader; One57 ‘make-up’ model in contract

NEST SEEKERS agent and Million Dollar Listing co-star Adam Mariucci is featured in Courageous Leaders, a new digital docuseries released by Hiscox USA, the small business insurer.


Available exclusively across VOX media brands, Courageous Leaders features conversations with successful entrepreneurs about how they found the courage to embrace risk to succeed in life and business.
In his episode, Mariucci discusses the art of rejection in the real estate industry, which he terms a “no” industry. Being told “no” often comes with the job, and this rejection can be difficult to handle.
In the documentary, Mariucci discusses how real estate agents can persevere through the rejection until finally achieving success.


ARCHITECT Karl Fisher has been tapped to design a new Upper East Side condominium.
Wonder Works picked the noted New York City architect to design its luxury 21-story building at 302 East 96th Street.
“We hired Fischer because we want this building to reflect the ultimate high-end design to serve an underserved market with affordable luxury,” said Eric Brody, principal of Wonder Works.
The development team includes a partnership with Daniel Figotin’s Fimida Enterprises, Daniel Minkowitz’s Mink Development and Forbes Development.
“The project is going to stand out in this neighborhood where there is a high demand for new condo construction,” said Figotin.


The penthouse at the newly restored 2ND7TH, a collection of four floor-through condos in Park Slope, is in contract.
Developer Sugar Hill Capital Partners listed the penthouse at $3,500,000.
Once home to a popular pub, the property at 187 7th Avenue sat in a state of disrepair for many years. Sugar Hill, working with New Amsterdam Design Associates, has restored the brick façade and created a custom lobby gateway to the four luxury homes.
Prices for remaining residences start at $3.2 million. Occupancy is slated for fall of 2015.



The Jamie Drake-designed model at One57 is now in contract.
The unit was asking $27 million. If the buyer is taking the apartment including furniture, that could push up the price to $28.5 million.
Drake famously used custom paint in the model unit bedroom made from women’s eyeshadow.

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