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Ten Questions with Real Estate Brokers Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon

Worthly // May 05, 2014

With residential sales volume totaling more than $1.5 billion, Postilio & Conlon were named CORE’s top-producers in 2013, propelling Shaun Osher & Jack Cayre’s firm to secure the #1 Brokerage spot for the third year in a row. They have been credited with breaking pricing records in several of Manhattan’s most closely watched neighborhoods, which has made CORE’s “Dream Team” the top-pick for developers looking to achieve the same results for their projects. With the successful $200 million sellout of Robert A. M. Stern’s One Museum Mile at 1280 Fifth Avenue, the record price per square foot achieved in the neighborhood was twice-shattered, reigniting interest in future new development around Upper Carnegie Hill and East Harlem. Within the past several months, they have announced the achievement of similar results in Midtown and NoMad, breaking the very pricing records they established the prior year at The Windsor Park, a Rosario Candela conversion at 58th Street, and at Sky House, a 54-story tower on East 29th Street. Postilio & Conlon are stars of HGTV’s reality series, Selling New York, which is now in its eighth season. Famous for catering to a list of celebrity clients that includes Lady Gaga, Barry Manilow, Joan Collins, Michael Feinstein, Jim Carrey and David Sanborn, they have lent their television notoriety to assisting several causes, and most recently hosted the Bailey House Gala & Auction at Chelsea Piers. Both are jurors for the 2014 Architizer A+ Awards, the largest architectural awards program in the world.

We had a chance to ask these two some great questions and they were kind enough to take the time to give us some fantastic answers. Here they are:

Original Article: Worthly