Stribling & Associates Sale at The Beresford of $16.1M Featured in The New York Times
Posted by Sarah Alvarez — November 26, 2013
“The second-priciest sale also involved park views but required the purchase of two units to create a 5,000-square-foot, 14-room duplex. At the Beresford, an Emery Roth-designed co-op at 211 Central Park West, between 81st and 82nd Streets, Nos. 17/18C and 18B traded for an aggregate $16.1 million, roughly $1 million above their respective asking prices. The buyers, Edward Lavin and Jennifer M. Bruder, were represented by Brad Webb of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Lorraine Dauber of Stribling & Associates was the listing broker for No. 17/18C, sold by Coke Anne M. Wilcox for $10,196,130, and for No. 18B, sold by Walter S. Tomenson Jr. for $5,903,870.”- Robin Finn, The New York Times
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With three offices in Manhattan and a newly-opened office in Downtown Brooklyn on Atlantic Avenue, Stribling continues to be a formidable sales force with more than 250 agents representing over $500,000,000 in exclusive listings comprised of resale, new development and rental units in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
In addition, the new development arm of the firm, Stribling Marketing Associates, has a full roster of upcoming development projects throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.