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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Comitini sells 177 Franklin Street in Tribeca

177 Franklin Street, Tribeca, New York, NY 10013soldI'm pleased to announce my sale of this historic mixed-use loft building at 177 Franklin Street, in the heart of Tribeca. Built around 1920, this masonry building has been reinforced with structural steel, new elevator, and all new mechanical systems. The property is slated for redevelopment into a single family townhouse, or may be converted to a mixed-use condominium project. It is an ideal property for an end user that would like to create a home, operate a business, produce rental income, or any combination of the above; all in Manhattan's best neighborhood. I represented the new owners who are thrilled with their buy. It's been re-listed with Corcoran, and is available now for viewing. I'm familiar inside and out with every detail. Nothing would make me happier than to represent you as the next owner of this fine building, which embodies such enormous potential.

This marks another successful building sale for me, and sets the direction of my real estate business moving forward. I'm pulling focus on becoming downtown's preeminent dealer in mixed-use buildings and townhouses. Manhattan properties in particular are seen as desirable investments from countries where their currency is now strong against the dollar. I target a massive audience, from hyper-local to foreign, and bring the largest sales force in NYC to bear. Corcoran sells more townhouses and buildings than any other agency, 24% of them as all cash. My office offers sellers of property the resources of a boutique marketing firm to position their properties for maximum market gain. I create value from exceptional presentation and global market exposure. It's where my past experience as a creative director in print and online, merges with my decade of experience in real estate sales. In short—real estate agency meets advertising agency. Your property will stand out. I'll invoke a potent mix of design, technology, media, PR, deep market knowledge, and old fashioned salesmanship, to close the deal. If you'd like to get an idea of how much your building or townhouse is worth today, and what's different about how it would be brought to market, contact me.

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