Flipping Starchitecture

The Real DealDecember 31, 2007

Home Searches That Click

The New York TImesDecember 16, 2007

Beaver House Condo Sells for $5.7M,

The Real DealNovember 14, 2007

On the Market

The New York TimesNovember 11, 2007

Pack Up Your Enthusiasm and Relocate

New York MagazineOctober 25, 2007

Well, that didn’t take long: A month after Susie Essman put her one-bedroom on West 76th Street on the market for $869,000 with Prudential Douglas Elliman broker Gerry Kendrick, she’s found a buyer. The stand-up comic and Curb Your Enthusiasm star—she plays the filthy-mouthed wife of Larry’s agent, Jeff—bought the co-op in 2003, and she’s selling because she “met the man of my dreams … who has four children. So I need more space.” (They visit often.) Besides, she says, “[the West Seventies] has gotten a little too East Side for me.” (She wouldn’t share the final sales price, except to say, “There’s nothing like real estate in Manhattan.”) Essman’s not going far—just north to a two-bedroom in Morningside Heights, where her new home has a washer and dryer, which she says her co-stars in L.A. just don’t understand or appreciate. “I was telling people I don’t have to do my laundry in the basement. And they’re like, “So?”


New York MagazineOctober 15, 2007

For Parking Spot, the Price Is Right at $225,000.

The New York TimesJuly 12, 2007

New Development Parking Prices have Doubled in the Past Five Years.

WWOR - My 9 NewsJuly 12, 2007
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