The Domain of Shlomi Reuveni: Inside the Mysterious Broker’s Big Developments

The view for masters of the new money universe.
A true faux pre-war beauty.
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The perfect penthouse, perhaps.
Where new residents will sip their uptown cognac and entertain their peers.
Talk about terraces and some lovely Uptown views.
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Just because the outside looks old, the innards are all modern.
Abstract shot! So art nouveau.
The leather-heavy lobby for the hide-loving downtown set.
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Pre-Christ detailing, poolside.
The faintest whispers of Tiffany's arches.
Tribeca glossy.
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Mod decor for the mod Tribeca buyer.
Make a grand entrance.
An actual oldie being reborn.
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So refined, there's even an hourglass.
Burgundy chairs for swilling Burgundy.

With over $200 million in sales at the Laureate alone last year, Shlomi Reuveni is riding high. But unlike so many of New York’s top-tier brokers who set their eyes exclusively toward Park and Fifth, Mr. Reuveni has worked on an impressively diverse array of new developments around the city.

From the former Tiffany’s building 15USW to Tribeca’s Reade57, Mr. Reuveni and his team at BHS Select are involved in some of the hottest new developments in town. Mr. Reuveni took us on a tour, and now it is your turn.

eknutsen@observer.com