The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

  • There are nine super secret ways to sell a haute, high-end property. But the best example comes from Corcoran’s Wendy Maitland, who sprinkled in some philanthropy with her old-fashioned marketing. (She threw a benefit party for a Rwandan village at an on-the-market $7 million penthouse.) [Forbes]
  • According to CNN, “slight slump” is better than a “bust.” But it’s not as nice as our long-lost bubble, is it? [CNN/Money]
  • 520 West Chelsea has a nice ring to it. In fact, it’s exactly what the High Line needs: a brand new condo. [Interior Design]
  • Brownstoner does some helpful work for brokerage Massey Knakal, hyping one of its listings on Brooklyn’s Lexington Avenue as a “development opportunity.” A highlight: “We’re loving the rounded windows of the warehouse space and the two garages next door.” Related Companies, where are you? [Brownstoner]
  • – Max Abelson

    The Afternoon Wrap: Friday