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HAVE YOU HEARD: Rutenberg celebrates 10th anniversary, BHS to sponsor winter antiques show

Brown Harris Stevens announced that it will be a premiere sponsor of the 2016 Winter Antiques Show, and the host of the show’s first VIP Lounge. The show takes place at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue) from Friday, January 22nd through Sunday, January 31st.

The Winter Antiques Show’s 2016 loan exhibition celebrates the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Connecticut. The Wadsworth Atheneum will bring together an array of intriguing objects that illuminate the unique story of America’s oldest continually operating public art museum.

The title of the exhibition, Legacy for the Future: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, is adapted from a 1936 public lecture given in New York City by former museum director Everett Austin that highlighted the importance of enjoying and studying the things of the past while using them as a guide and criterion for the present. The Winter Antiques Show features over seventy exhibitors, from around the world, showcasing their authenticated treasures.


Compass announced that top Hamptons agents Christian Lipp and Scott A. Strough have been selected as the exclusive brokers and sales representatives for the 2016 Coastal Living Magazine Hamptons Showhouse. The property, located at 272 Brick Kiln Road in Sag Harbor, will hit the market at $4.595 million.
This marks the first time Coastal Living Magazine will construct a showhouse in the Hamptons. The house will feature interior designs by renowned designer Meg Braff with exteriors by Throo Architects and Touch of Grey builders.
The six-bedroom house will boast 6,800 SF as well as a pool, pool house, tennis court, and gym.


Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. (CRRLI) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year. In anticipation of its May 1 anniversary, company leaders are planning a Gala event and have started to implement a variety of monthly agent-only events to show appreciation for all they have done to grow the Agency.
In 2006, Joe and Pam Moshé were hard at work putting together a Real Estate agency with a unique economic concept: pay the firm’s Agents what they have earned. Among the groundbreaking advancements introduced by the Moshés was the concept of the “virtual office,” which provides Agents with a means of working efficiently from the road.

In honor of its 10th Anniversary, the firm has also set a goal of securing 1,000 agents by May 1. In addition, as a “thank you” to its current Agents, the firm has arranged weekly programs that focus on technology, personal wellness, professional success and good old-fashioned fun.
CRRLI has hinted that, in the coming months, it will roll out new Agent benefits and programs, continuing to add to its unique spin to the practice of Real Estate.

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