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HAVE YOU HEARD? Mirador broker launches referral service for wrestlers

Mirador Real Estate associate broker Michael Simmon-Pappadakos has launched a referral program for former wrestlers.


Through Home Match, Simmon-Pappadakos will donate 20 percent of his commissions to a wrestling program of his clients’ choice.

A former head coach and wrestler at Hunter College, Simmon-Pappadakos said, “Long after I competed, I always wanted to give back to the sport that gave me the foundation to tackle the biggest challenges of my life.

“My father passed away when I was young and my mother and I hit a lot of challenges when I was growing up. Wrestling helped me to develop my strengths, understand my weaknesses and work to correct them through persistence and resolve.

“As a real estate broker with a large network of wrestlers moving to NYC, I designed Home Match in order to continue to grow my business find a way to give back to our sport.”


The historic Ross-Hand Mansion in South Nyack has been sold for $1.72 million.


Built in the 1850s by New York City architect Azariah Ross, it was rebuilt in the 1880s by William H. Hand, whose grandson was a laboratory assistant to Thomas Edison.

Donna Cox of Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty listed the property at $1,852,500 in the fall of 2018. Laura Weintraub of Weld Realty was the buyer’s agent. No word on who the buyer is, but the area itself has become a favorite haunt of low profile celebs.

Scarlett Johansson owns a house in Snedens Landing, just south of Nyack on the Palisades, where her neighbors include Swedish songbird Bjork and actor Bill Murray.

Nyack itself counts U2 drummer Larry Mullen, Freaks & Geeks actor John Francis Daley and Rosie O’Donnell among its most famous residents.


ELLE magazine welcomed reality television stars and fashionistas to a Recharge Suite in 212 Fifth Avenue.

Guests included Real Housewife Kelly Bensimon, Vanderpump Rules’ Stassi Schroder and new Summer House star Hannah Berner.

The suite provided a private trunk show and fitting of designer Victoria Hayes FW19 Collection.

212 Fifth Avenue # 18A

The invite only event was held in residence 18A, a move-in ready four bedroom, 4-bath once listed at $17 million.

The building will also soon host an event in partnership with FENDI.

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