TALK STOOP presenter Cat Greenleaf has a new gig.
The Emmy Award-winning journalist is teaming up with the Hakimian Organization for an eight-part video series all about 75 Wall Atop Andaz on Wall Street.
In each episode, Greenleaf will interview agents and locals to find out all about the luxury condo and what makes FiDi a great place to live.
“Our goal with this video series was to highlight many of the renowned retail establishments in the Financial District, to really show what it’s like to live here, and Cat Greenleaf does it so beautifully,” said Shawn Hakimian, director of marketing and sales of The Hakimian Organization.
Check out the videos at 75Wall.com
TWO YEARS before it’s even finished, 56 Leonard is breaking records.
Last week, Corcoran Sunshine sold the top penthouse for $47 million.
“We always expected this building was going to set new records,” said Kelly Kennedy Mack, president of Corcoran Sunshine, adding that the tower by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron, is now over 80% sold in just four months.
In all, $900 million worth of apartments have been sold, a huge chunk of them in the last two weeks alone.
The four-bedroom duplex penthouse has 19 ft. ceilings, direct elevator access, a library, conservatory, exercise room, and formal dining room.
Prices for units still available range from $6.5 to over $30 million.
DOUGLAS ELLIMAN dynamos Kerry Fedigan and Helen Katz have launched a real estate section in the “blogozineˮ Stacyknows.com.
With over 7,000 subscribers, the lifestyle blog has become a go-to resource for Westchester woman.
Kerry and Helen will provide stacyknows.com subscribers with up-to-the-minute Westchester market information, ultra-hot properties, where the deals are, best new architects, designers, stagers, and landscapers, who’s moving in, who’s moving out — everything the Westchester woman needs to stay informed about her home.
MR KEY WEST, David Wolkowsky, is selling his private island Ballast Key.
The famous Florida-based investor earned the nickname “Mr. Key West” for his efforts to preserve the historic character of his home town.
Now he’s selling the 110,000 square mile island of the coast of Key West that he bought from the Navy in the 1970s for $15.8 million.
The island features in the James Bond movie Licence to Kill. 007 seeks refuge on the island and calls Wolkowsky at his home in Key West to say, “David, it’s James, James Bond… I’ve broken into your island. I hope you don’t mind.”