One World Property Advisors has taken over leasing at 66 Franklin Street, the tony Tribeca building television producer Anthony Dominici and fashion designer Kim Hicks have both called home.
Celebs including Lindsay Lohan, Jeff Goldblum and Rangers player Michael Del Zotto have also checked out units at the eight-story building.
It has 26 one, two and three-bedroom luxury lofts, several of which have balconies and terraces.
The building also has a rooftop garden, fitness center and game room. Prices range from $5,700 to $11,200 a month for a three-bedroom.
The pair staged 4,500 s/f 30th floor duplex penthouse at 211 Madison Avenue listed for sale for $5.595 million.
Graham sought out Sold with Style’s expertise when she was faced with selling the five bedroom, six bathroom apartment that had not been upgraded since it was built in the 1980’s.
A health and wellness enthusiast, Graham enlisted help from Big Apple Feng Shui expert Ann Gallops who called in Hart and Brock.
They brought in some amazing pieces of furniture and accessories from their 5,000 s/f.
The apartment is now in contract.
The Miron Properties’ staff manned the kitchen at St. Francis of Xavier Mission on Dec. 29, making over 1,000 meals.
Agents served salad, turkey, collard greens, mashed potatoes, gravy and cake for dessert.
Some of the agents were on crowd control, working the lines, others cleared trays and chatted with the homeless people who came for the post-Christmas feats.
The Miron team also handed out some Miron Properties t-shirts to those who could use it.
“It was a humbling experience and really opened everyone’s eyes to the need for volunteers in the city,” said Miron spokeswoman Kelly Kreth. “Going forward, the firm will be organizing an outreach program once a month for agents to give back to the community in some fashion.”
Every Sunday over 1,200 meals are served to the homeless community in Manhattan by the volunteers at Xavier.
Often times NYU Law students volunteer to give legal advice and chiropractors can be found relieving the homeless of their aches and pains.
Others participate by offering reading material to learn English or information on how to get a free cell phone.