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Three bedrooM, Four bedrooM and PenThouse residences FroM $2.65M To $6.9M
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Introducing the Terrace Pool Residence at The Aldyn. Envisioned by Hariri & Hariri, this extraordinary
residence is the consummate home for indoor and outdoor entertaining with nearly 6,000 interior square feet,
a double-height living room, over 3,800 square feet of terrace, panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and
Hudson River, and even a private swimming pool.
The Aldyn Residences, Athletic Club and Spa sets a new standard for waterfront living with over 40,000
square feet of spectacular amenities including LA PALESTRA’s™ Ultimate Sporting Experience, Abigail
Michaels Concierge, indoor playground by KIDVILLE, and on-site parking.
The complete offering terms are in an Offering Plan available from Sponsor. File No. CD-07-0507. Sponsor: CRP/ RAR I I I Parcel J, L.P. 805 Third Avenue, Seventh Floor, New York, NY 10022. All dimensions
are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Unit square footage indicated on drawing exceeds usable floor area, as per the Offering Plan. Sponsor reserves the right
to make changes in accordance with the terms of the Offering Plan. Plans and actual dimensions of Units may contain minor variations from floor to floor. Units are not offered furnished. Furniture and
room layouts shown are for concept only and are not coordinated with building systems. This is a conceptual schematic rendering only and not a representation as to layout, location of interior walls, or other
aspect of any actual residence. No representation or warrant y is made that a Unit Owner will be able to implement the furniture and/or room layout shown in this schematic design.
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troops in the Middle East, her
bicoastal life, and her latest role as a
malefcent yet sexy vampire, Vadoma,
in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
by daniel edward rosen
44 scene at the beach
From Southampton to Montauk, we
give you the skinny on where to be
this summer illustrated by
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48 the charms of millbrook
Eighty miles outside of the city is
the unassuming town of Millbrook,
a rather under-the-radar haven for
Manhattan’s most notable names—
think Ferragamo, Bulgari and
Hermès. And considering its acres
of unspoiled terrain and dearth of
paparazzi, it’s no wonder why many
people refer to it as the anti-Hamp-
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The most anticipated benefits and par-
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19 hot spot
A pristine rooftop spot that will keep
you cool when the city heats up
By Carson Griffith
july 2012 no. 05
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summer in
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erin wasson
in haute hippie,
ralph lauren,
hermès, alexis
bittar and
boucheron
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Head to the St. Regis Aspen
Resort for a chic bite of the
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by peter davis
27 WORK OF ART
Inside Melinda Hackett’s note-
worthy West Village studio
by delphine barguirdjian
31 CRICKET CRAVES
Little luxuries that guarantee
a standout summer
by cricket burns
80 SCHOOL DAZE
Charlie Campbell goes to
Grace Farm due to bad behav-
ior. The question is, will he be
forced to stay?
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JULY 2012 NO. 05
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he summer SCENE is now in full swing—from
Southampton to Sag Harbor, from the swells
swilling cocktails at the Mashomack Polo Club
to Aspen, which still lures the chicoisie even
when the snow has melted. (Expect more than one Goldie
Hawn sighting in town).
I grew up spending every summer sporting tennis whites
at the Meadow Club or Lilly Pulitzer surf trunks at the
Bathing Corp. (aka “the beach club”) in Southampton. I still
love swimming to the barrels at the beach club, but now
regularly head out to Montauk to surf Ditch Plains (and
pray in vain that local legend Bruce Weber will snap my
pic). And après-surf, I hit Montauk hot spots like The Surf
Lodge, the Crow’s Nest and Ruschmeyer’s. But I am also
very loyal to old school East End eateries like Shippy’s, Sip
n’ Soda and The Clam Bar. When I first learned that my
absolute favorite restaurant on the planet, The Lobster Inn
(where my family ate every Sunday before driving back to
the city), was closed and under new and fancier ownership,
I was devastated beyond words. Alas, life at the beach bops
on and we have charted out the ultimate map from Road
D in Southampton to the surfer and celebrity-populated
plages of Montauk. This handy map illustrated by Andrew
DeGraff is your guide to the most glamorous Hamptons
summer ever. Clip and save.
Speaking of fun in the sun, my thinly veiled regular col-
umn “School Daze” recounts my childhood in New York be-
ing a bad, bad boy (and it’s all true!). Next month, I —I mean
Charlie Campbell—fesses up about the two times he was
suspended from the Bathing Corp.; once for hiding in the
rolling towel hamper and punking an old timer and another
time involving a bullhorn and a few hapless sunbathers in
skimpy speedos eating subs on the nearby public beach.
There isn’t a rule that Charlie Campbell hasn’t broken. Stay
tuned as, month after month, his mischief becomes more
and more of a migraine for his parents.
Who doesn’t love a beach babe? Our cover star, the su-
permodel turned actress Erin Wasson is so sizzingly hot
that I felt like our art department would burst into flames
when Mark Squires’ stunning photos of Wasson arrived. A
style icon, jewelry designer and fearless skateboarder, Was-
son is now a skilled vampire assassin in the buzzed-about,
big budget gore-fest, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter.
So pack some wooden stakes with your sunscreen and
remember to pull out our comprehensive Hamptons beach
guide for your best summer yet.

See you on the sand.
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Nicole Miller and Helen Lee Schifter
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Charlotte Ronson and Eleanor Yvslaker
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KELLY RIPA AND
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Daisy Kanavos and
Simone Mailman
Maureen
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Anderson Cooper
Sarah Jessica Parker
Samantha, Bill and Annie Leibovitz
John Legend
Josh Groban
Brad Kroenig
Carol Friedman
and Karl Lagerfeld
Caroline Fare and
Eric Villency
Lisa Fine, Hillary Dick and
Marina Rust Connor
Valesca Guerrand-Hermes,
Frederick Anderson and
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Hilary Geary Ross
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nter the envied doors, gates and well-guarded red
velvet ropes leading to the most anticipated par-
ties kicking off the summer season and creating
the scenes (pun intended) that make New York
the most exciting and electrified venue in the world.
Acria, a leading HIV research and education organization
and the nation’s most recognized authority on the topic of
HIV and aging, hosts this year’s “Unframed” with Marga-
ret Russell, Editor in Chief of Architectural Digest and au-
thor/guest curator Michael Cunningham. The event takes
place in a sublime Fifth Avenue penthouse with views to die
for. The works commissioned include pieces by Jeff Koons,
Rineke Dijkstra, Ed Ruscha and Richard Serra, to name
just a few. Watching collectors survey art from the past and
give their perspective, I spot: Kelly Klein, Robert Verdi,
Ariel Foxman and Rachel Herbert. After Acria, I race
downtown to the brand new shop Owen, which is decorated
with 25,000 paper bags on the roof and walls. Owner Phil-
lip Salem explains: “The paper bag design was created by
my architect, Jeremy Barbour, after months of collabora-
tive meetings. My vision was to keep the industrial history
of the building with the exposed brick, but to bring it back to
earth with some type of organic, nature vibe.” Hanging on the
racks at Owen are the designs of rising fashion stars like Jen
Kao, Patrik Ervell, Kaelen, Timo Weiland and Ostwald
Helgason.
The DJs are designers Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein
(being a DJ is every social’s moonlighting gig from Marjorie
Gubelmann, aka DJ Mad Marg, to WWD’s David Lipke).
Hanneli Mustaparta and Salem mix with the Leandra Me-
dine (of the insanely popular ManRepeller.com), Yigal Az-
rouël and Sam Shipley of Shipley & Halmos. I get a chance
to catch up with Timo who insists I start wearing some of his
line. I'd also like to get my hands on his playlists so I can start
my own DJ career on the side...
The Whitney Art Party is a true not-to-be-missed event
and this year’s “downtown dressed up” theme lures throngs
of the most fashionably forward trendsetters. Sponsored by
Theory and Saks Fifth Avenue, the Skylight Studio is packed
with a sea of socialites, martini glasses and impromptu perfor-
mance art pieces. I mingle with Tinsley Mortimer, NYC’s
coolest mom Ann Dexter-Jones and enjoy the amazing
performances and DJ Japanster, whose rock-meets-elec-
tronic tunes are a YouTube sensation. Iona Rozeal Brown
performs, as well as Kalup Linzy, who collaborated with
Kreëmart to produce A Memorial for Taiwan—an eye-pop-
ping multimedia performance celebrating the history of Tai-
wan. Hosts of the Whitney party include a who’s who of
cool: Alexander Acquavella, James Franco, beautiful sib-
lings Annabelle Dexter-Jones and Charlotte Ronson, Ju-
lianne Moore and Kate Bosworth. The gourmet grub is as
chic as the hosts, supplied by hot spots The Lion and Acme.
AmfARs’ third annual Inspiration Gala takes place at The
New York Public Library. A celebration of men’s style to ben-
efit the Foundation’s AIDS research programs, Fergie (the
singer, not the Duchess) and Robert Duffy of Marc Jacobs
International are both honored. Orchestrated by event plan-
ning guru Josh Wood, the fashion show is bigger and better
than ever and taking over the entire two block long corridor
of the library. This year, the Olympics and sports’ influence
on fashion serves as the inspiration. The looks are auctioned
off during the dinner and guests like Debbie Harry, Sean
Patterson and John Demsey bid away—who doesn’t want
to look chic when hitting the Olympic games in London?
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Can’t get a yacht this summer? Get a table.
La Piscine—the rooftop bar, restaurant and pool at the Hôtel
Americano—is helping busy New Yorkers find a moment of Euro-
pean bliss when they just can’t get away from the city’s sweltering
heat. “You almost feel like you are on holiday in New York, like on
a trip to the South of France,” says Carlos Couturier, who owns the
hotel, along with ten others in Mexico, with co-owner Rafael Micha.
The pristine rooftop, which opened simultaneously with the Chelsea
hotel last September, hadn’t been able to fully flaunt its potential
until the weather reached warmer temperatures this past spring. But
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swing, artists and A-listers
have been flocking to the
small but chic space for a
drink and a dip.
Just since May, actress Scarlett Johansson has been spotted cel-
ebrating socialite Pippa Cohen’s birthday with designer Brian At-
wood; Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet busted a move with
fashion-staples Jason Wu and Olivier Theyskens; and models Karlie
Kloss and Arizona Muse helped designer Olivier Rousteing cel-
ebrate the launch of Balmain’s Facebook and Twitter page. “Since
our Sept. 5 opening, we’ve had everyone from Martha Stewart to
Ewan McGregor,” Micha adds.
However, don’t think the space is strictly VIP: “We have regulars.
When they come we know who they are. I don’t like elitism. The
neighborhood is not about that,” Couturier, who gave us a tour of
the hotel and its multiple eateries and lounges, explains. “It pays to
be a regular, or a guest of the hotel, or call ahead of time.”
If you can’t get a table right off the bat, a reservation is worth
the wait. Micha and Couturier aren’t just detailed when it comes to
decorating; they’re fanatical. Furniture from Brazil was handpicked
for the dining area, striped seating was specially ordered from Mas-
sachusetts and big, floppy lounges surrounding the dipping pool
came from Italy. (The watering hole, which is only open to non-
hotel guests after 5 p.m., is guarded by a sign that wittily says “Get
A Room.”)
The drink list was also heavily thought out, with Latin-influ-
enced cocktails including a margarita, caipirinha and mojito, beers
from Greece and French wine. The menu follows suit, with dishes
that lean towards a Mediterranean palate—featuring grilled fish and
vegetable dishes—with heavy Greek influences. As for Couturier?
“I’m Mexican with a French passport!” he laughs.
While the rooftop closes up shop at 12 a.m. (rather early by New
York standards), “as not to disturb the hotel guests,” patrons can
head to the hotel’s basement lounge, El Privado. “We don’t want it to
be too crowded,” explains Couturier of the retro and French-inspired
bar and private event space, “so many places in New York are so
crowded, but if you’re in the know, come down and have a drink.”

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CHEFS CLUB BY FOOD & WINE AT THE ST. REGIS
THE A-LIST
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and Tory Burch—will all
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The interior gives a nod to celebrity snow bunnies with
a ceiling design of enormous inlaid snowflakes. Overseen
by award winning interior designer Lauren Rottet (who
was also behind the $40 million renovation of the resort
this year), the design is all about rustic chic. The Lauren
family would feel right at home amongst the laid-back,
yet fancy room with raw wood walls enclosing high-back
leather arm chairs, white cloth tables and impeccable ser-
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and arroz de galinha (Portuguese-style chicken and rice)
entrée,” says Mendes, the man behind the kitchen at New
York’s Aldea. “They are based on two of my most popular
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The power tables line the front of the sleek open kitch-
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cocktails with names like “Forest Through the Trees” and
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miss the chance to cast a smile at the table next to you,
which will most likely be occupied by Jennifer Lopez or a
gaggle of glamorous guys and girls.
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in court for the right to keep the tree-house she had built in
the backyard of her West Village townhouse.
Having moved from Connecticut not long ago, Hackett had
envisioned the tree-house as a sort of refuge for her daughters,
who were still adjusting to city life. But neighbors who had
deemed the structure unsightly and “suspicious” called in the
police, hoping to have it taken down. A court battle ensued
and Hackett walked away victorious—not only was she given
permission to keep her tree-house, but the CONTINUED ON PAGE 28
INSIDE MELINDA HACKETT'S STUDIO
MOLECULAR
MOMENT
BY DELPHINE BARGUIRDJIAN WORK OF ART
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The story gathered press mentions
from the local news and since then, it
seems the tree-house may have served
as Hackett’s mascot. Like the tree-
house, Hackett is laid-back and wel-
coming, and like the contents of her
paintings, the tree-house has a circu-
lar, spiraling design.
When looking at one of Hackett’s
pieces, you can’t help but suspect that
you’ve stumbled upon images from a gi-
ant microscope; when I ask Hackett if
she studied biology, she isn’t surprised
by my question, and tells me she hasn’t,
though nature plays an undeniable role
in her pieces. “There’s always some-
thing people react to in my paintings.
But I don’t have a story to tell, the view-
er tells the story,” she adds.
Cellular organisms, marine life, coral
and pod forms are what Hackett turns
to for inspiration for her playful and vi-
brant paintings. “It’s like I have a whole
inventory of organic shapes in my sub-
conscious that I rely on and refer to in
my pieces,” she says, noting that her
painting process is fairly intuitive. “I
can’t preconceive what a painting will
become, it is something that is instinc-
tive, which is what makes it really fun
to me.” If the seamless flow of Hackett’s
paintings is any indication, her instincts
seem to benefit her for the better. Each
of her pieces introduce viewers to what
appears to be a meticulously construct-
ed world, where shapes and
colors complement and interact
with each other as they would
in nature. In fact, there’s a sense
that Hackett’s paintings go be-
yond the limits of the canvas, be-
longing to a larger realm—one in
constant motion.
From her studio overlook-
ing the infamous tree-house,
Hackett starts by layering drips
of translucent paint over solid
colors. The cluster of solidified
paint drops on the hardwood
floors of her townhouse are
a testament to hours Hackett
spends creating the geometrical
worlds of shapes that she refers
to as “swirlies” and “twisties”.
Perhaps Hackett's intuition
comes from her artistic family. A
founding board member of the
International Center for Photog-
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ett’s family is also heavily involved with
the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton.
However, spacial influences seem to be
at the heart of Hackett's artistic disposi-
tion, considering the history behind her
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ett’s backyard tree-house. She bought the
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sticker-coated refrigerator to prove it).
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personality seems in her nature, perhaps
the new-wave ambiance of the house’s
former owner is ingrained in its walls.
My suspicions are confirmed when when
Hackett tells me she hides a peace sign in
each of her paintings.
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MADE HER BOTH A SUPERMODEL AND A
FASHION WORLD FAVORITE—WHETHER IT'S
AS THE FACE OF MAYBELLINE, MUSE TO DE-
SIGNER ALEXANDER WANG OR CREATING
HER OWN JEWELRY LINE, LOW LUV. THE
BICOASTAL BEAUTY—WHO SKATEBOARDS
AND EVEN HAS A HALF-PIPE IN HER LOS AN-
GELES BACKYARD—LOVES TO TAKE RISKS.
HER LATEST STUNT IS IN HOLLYWOOD, AS
SHE BITES INTO THE ROLE OF A VAMPIRE
ASSASSIN IN THE BIG-BUDGET SUMMER FILM
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER.
WRITTEN BY DANIEL EDWARD ROSEN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY MARK SQUIRES
STYLED BY CRICKET BURNS
HAIR BY BRIAN BUENAVENTURA FOR ORLO SALON
MAKEUP BY BRYAN ZARAGOZA AT FORD ARTISTS NY
MARKET EDITOR BENJAMIN-ÉMILE LE HAY
PHOTOGRAPHED AT 640 NOHO, EXCLUSIVE, TOWN REAL ESTATE
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he lunch crowd at Schiller’s Liquor
Bar one gray afternoon is sparse
and still while the faint sound of
dub songs plays on the sound sys-
tem. Seated in a discreet corner of
the restaurant, still smelling of the
cigarette she quickly ran outside to
smoke, is Erin Wasson, the super-
model, fashion muse, stylist, jewelry
designer, skater, tattoo aficionado, and now, potentially, a
budding Hollywood movie star.
The 30-year-old Dallas native—whose pale yet fierce blue
eyes and guttersnipe, tomboyish sex appeal have landed
her modeling and designing gigs with Victoria’s Secret,
Maybelline and Zadig & Voltaire—is just one day away from
flying to Los Angeles for a screening of Abraham Lincoln:
Vampire Hunter, an absurd, hyper-violent take on the “great
emancipator’s” fictional battle against the undead.
She admits that she had spent the previous night dancing
at the Boom Boom Room for the CFDA after party, but she
is enjoying a moment of peace before a possible life and
career-altering event (in the form of a nation-wide movie
opening) takes shape. “I just don’t have a whole lot of that
in me anymore,” she claims, referring to the late nights in
New York City. “I cannot wait to get on this plane tonight
and get to L.A., because I get two-and-a-half days of being
just a block away from the beach.”
Her moment in the sun—and in her home in Santa Monica,
complete with a half-pipe, vintage cars and a tree house—
will be brief. (By the end of that week, Wasson would be
shipped out to the Middle East, where she and co-stars
Anthony Mackie and Benjamin Walker would screen the
film to over 1,800 sailors on the USS Abraham Lincoln, the
first time a major motion picture held a debut screening for
the nation’s armed forces stationed in the Middle East.) “I’ll
be living on a boat for about a week in the Middle East,
with all the troops and soldiers,” Wasson explains, her sharp
elbows resting comfortably on top of the table as she shows
off a loose-fitting shirt with a simple axiom: “Keep it Neil.”
“‘Keep it Neil,’ aka ‘keep it real,’”she clarifies.
Despite the globetrotting, Wasson has grown accustomed
to this nomadic experience. She admits she is incapable of
staying in one place for two weeks at a time. “I’m just sort of
conditioned to live that kind of life. I have been living that
life for so long—I have not been in any one place for more
than three months in 12 years,” she says. However, the op-
portunity to test her stationary skills arrived in early 2011,
as she was relaxing on a beach in Melbourne, Australia.
She received a phone call from producer Jim Lemley and
director Timur Bekmambetov about the role of Vadoma, a
“vampire assassin” who has it in for Abraham Lincoln.
“We were really looking for kind of a crazy, sexy vam-
pire, and somebody who was visually interesting and had
some kind of interesting aura about her,” says Lemley, dur-
ing a phone call from his office in Los Angeles. Lemley,
who lives in France, called agents he knew in Paris, most of
them suggesting that he take a look at Wasson. Both he and
Timur liked Wasson’s look and almost-effortless intensity.
Musician Andrew W.K., an old friend of Wasson’s, said she
had a “vampiric face” and dropped her a line. “I peeled my-
self off the beach one day and I put myself on tape. Three
days later I was doing a Skype with Timur,” she recalls.
One week later Wasson was flown into New Orleans, where
the film’s production team took one last look at her before
they thrust the new-ish actress (she had a brief cameo in
Sofia Coppola’s 2010 indie film Somewhere) into a $69 million
Hollywood film. “It was just an instinct thing—she looked
right and had the right attitude, like ‘let’s try it,’” says Lemley.
She was hired on the spot, and had just three weeks to train
with an acting coach to learn the basics. Still, Wasson had
enough confidence and honest-to-goodness smarts to make
up for her lack of professional experience. As Bekmambe-
tov, a Kazakhstan-born director whose command of the
English language is still in its infancy, puts it: “Erin is strong
and charming. Boys like it.”
“I kind of went into it very organically,” she says. “I said
‘well, if I did it the first time from a very personal perspec-
tive, and it worked, then moving forward I’m just going to
have to create a balance.’ And that very first day when they
go ‘okay, let’s shoot,’ you walk on set and all of a sudden
you’re not you, you’re Vadoma, and you’re in the 1800s,
and you’re telling this goddamn story.”
For three months she was marooned in New Orleans—a
foreign experience in a foreign city—living out of the Westin
Hotel in the French Quarter in a 12-by-12 box. “When you
get off from work at 4:30 a.m. and you’re walking through
the French Quarter and there’s a bunch of drunks stumbling
around everywhere, it can be a little disenchanting,” she
admits. She would spend her off-hours hanging out with
local artists, running from gallery openings to music shows
and trying “to have an experience inside the experience.”
“I’d have these experiences of, like, days where I’d walk on
set and we’re re-enacting the civil war, and then I’d go out
and I’d be listening to the most bitchin’ jazz music at night.”
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It's New York City, let's be real. It's like
something's hot one second, and people
don't give a f — about it the next."
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Fringe dress by Haute
Hippie available at Berg-
dorf Goodman; diamond
necklace by Chopard,
available at chopard ; (on
right hand) Blue topaz and
diamond ring by Marina B.,
available at Hollis Reh and
shariff; gypsy earring by
Graff; aqua oval ring by Paul
Morelli; 18k yellow gold,
amethyst and citrine ring
by Marina B., available at
Hollis Reh & shariff
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swimsuit by ERES available
at eRes, east Hampton;
leather and lace jacket by
Reem Acra, available at
Reem Acra boutiques
Erin Wasson, the
supermodel, fashion
muse, stylist, jewelry
designer, skater, tattoo
aficionado, and now,
a potentially, budding
Hollywood movie star.
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Fishtail hem wool crepe gown
by Michael Kors, available at
nordstrom.com; slingbacks
by DSquared2 available at
dsquared2.com; ring by Chopard;
earrings by Swarovski, available
at swarovski.com
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fter filming finished, Wasson resumed her bicoastal life, shuttling be-
tween her home in Santa Monica and her East Village apartment. In
Los Angeles, she oversees Low Luv, her jewelry line that she’s designed
and managed for five years. “My factories are in L.A., so unbeknownst
to most, I’m not just rolling around in the sands of California,” she says.
The Dallas native was thrust into the modeling world when she was
15 years old, winning the 1997 Fashion!Dallas/Kim Dawson Model
Search. Wasson would go on to work on campaigns for Armani and
Michael Kors, serve as the face of Maybelline and Karl Lagerfeld’s col-
lection for H&M., all the while cultivating a casual yet “sloppy chic” style, which she
brought into her styling collaborations with Alexander Wang and cult skate-and-surf
brand RVCA.
After her two-year deal with RVCA ended, she moved on to a partnership with French
clothing line Zadig & Voltaire. “It’s interesting for me to continue to work with other
people in different brands that have different perspectives,” she observes. “You’re deal-
ing with different materials, you’re dealing with different quality, you’re dealing with a
different consumer, you’re dealing with a different demographic. All of these things are
wonderful challenges for me.”
One such challenge was Santos Party House, a tiny yet raucous night club that aims to
bring back the old school New York nightlife experience, with an open space and a “sound
system that was totally righteous.” She joined white-jeaned head-banger Andrew W.K.
and backers Lucy Ekstrom and Spencer Sweeney to bring the project to fruition. “She’s
also super low-key, which is easy to deal with and to work with on a project that is quite
intense as anyone could, which I think is probably why she’s so successful,” says W.K.
Wasson’s role is to help “curate the whole experience,” but she admits that the experience
has been an education, especially in dealing with large overhead and big expectations
for the space. “It’s New York City, let’s be real. It’s like something’s hot one second, and
people don’t give a f — about it the next,” she adds.
As for the city where she’s lived for the past 12 years, Wasson has reached a certain
level of tranquility in her otherwise demanding lifestyle. “There was a time when I was
just out because it’s New York, it’s available,” Wasson confesses. “Now I’m like ‘you know,
I did it, saw it, bought the t-shirt. I’m going to sit at home and I’m going to clean my
house.’ I get off on domestication.”
Wasson does not foresee herself five years from now, age 35, and still grinding it out
in New York City. Like the clothing lines, fashion campaigns, blockbuster films and the
nightclubs, she’s in it not necessarily to win it, but to feel it. “I think it’s, at the very least,
going to be an amazing life experience,” says W.K., of her role as Vadoma. “I imagine she
is enjoying it for the experience itself, and not just a thing to do to get somewhere else.”
The end result is not to become Milla Jovovich 2.0, but rather, to try her hand at yet
another opportunity that presents itself. “I just want to always know that there’s always
going to be another form of creativity for me to get my hands dirty with, and that's
why I did a movie,” she concludes. “It wasn’t because I was trying to make some huge
proclamation of model turned actress, and I wasn’t about to say ‘I was a model turned
designer.’ If anything, I am a curator. I am simply curating my ideas. And if people like
them, then f—ing God bless.”
Now I’m like [...] 'I did it, saw it, bought the
t-shirt. I’m going to sit at home and I’m going to
clean my house.' I get off on domestication.”
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Bracelets (from left to right)
by Boucheron; Alexis Bittar,
available at Bloomingda-
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Hermès; studded belt by
Haute Hippie available at
net-a-porter.com
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ROAD D

Low profile

Surrounded by the
McMansions of Dune Road

De rigueur: Big Gulps
from 7-Eleven
Warning: Impossible to
park and helicopter traffic
COOPERS

Chairs and umbrellas for rent

Amazing snack bar

Drive-in movie Mondays

Spotted: Families

De rigueur: Toddlers and
floaties and share house roadies
Warning: $40/day parking
for non-residents (but free
after 5 p.m.)
CRYDER

Thong bikinis and Vilebrequins,
Hermès beach towels

Spotted: The Boardmans, Tory Burch,
Nina Garcia, the extremely large Noel clan

De rigueur: Champagne buckets instead
of sand buckets
Tip: Expect the equivalent of St. Tropez’s Le
Club 55 in Southampton
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SOUTHAMPTON
BATHING CORP.

Known as “the Beach Club”

Red brick stairs covered in Jack Rogers

Only beach with grandfathered barrels

Spotted: Alison Becker (of Alison 18),
Chris Cuomo, Duane Hampton, Chuck
Scarborough, Linda Wells, Tom Wolfe

De rigueur: Lilly Pulitzer, the seahorse
logo and Southsides in beach cups
Warning: Members only
SOUTHAMPTON
BATH AND TENNIS

Known for its food, not drink

Stunning site for a wedding

Spotted: Vera Wang, the Guilianis

De rigueur: Poolside family BBQs,
toe heads in tennis whites
Warning: Big bucks to join
FLYING POINT

Flying Point Surf School,
book ahead: 516.885.6607

Sunset tailgates, BBQs
and clambakes

De rigueur: Pink zinc noses
and Justin Beiber haircuts
Tip: Run to town hall
to get your “drive on” sticker!
ILLUSTRATION BY ANDREW DEGRAFF
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SAGG MAIN

The artsy beach

Spotted: Sarah Jessica Parker
and Matthew Broderick, Kelly Ripa
and Mark Consuelos, Anderson Cooper

De rigueur: A famous houseguest, Loaves
& Fishes Food's “$50/lb” lobster salad in
your cooler and plenty of chilled Domaines Ott
Scandal: Ira Rennert’s 100,000-square-foot
eye sore of a mega-mansion
GEORGICA

Hollywood in the Hamptons

Home to the private and prestigious
Georgica Association

Spotted: Madonna and Bill Clinton jogging
on the beach, the Lauders, Stella McCartney,
Russell Simmons, the Spielbergs
Tip: Dress down to fit in
(leave the bling in the safe)
MECOX

Super secluded

Rent a canoe to check out Ron Perelman's
sprawling pad and smile at his security

Spotted: The Burdens, Ed Burns and
Christy Turlington

De rigueur: Babies in Bonpoint, mommies in Eres
Warning: Blink and you’ll miss the turn
MAIN (EAST
HAMPTON)

Cottages you can lottery for

Check out the Baywatch-
esque lifeguards

The famous Grey Gardens
house is just beyond the dunes

Best Fourth of July fireworks
Tip: Arrive by 10 a.m.
to secure a prime spot
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THE MAIDSTONE CLUB

World-renowned private beach, tennis and golf club, all in one

The Junior Activities (known to members as the J.A.) is
one of the best summer programs for children

Check obituaries to get in line for a beachside cabana

Spotted: Katherine Bryan, the Dukes, the Johnsons, Dina Merrill

De rigueur: Pretty ladies in Calypso St. Barth kaftans and well-
tanned men in Belgian shoes
Warning: Don’t do a photoshoot on the
grounds or you could be blackballed
DITCH PLAINS

Surf’s up!

Williamsburg of the Hamptons

Order the famous Ditch Witch food truck’s bacon and cheese biscuit

Andy Warhol’s compound is a stone’s throw away

Spotted: Peter Beard, the Hilfigers, Sean
MacPherson, Chelsea Leyland, Ben Pundole, Bill Powers and
Cynthia Rowley, Julian Schnabel, siblings Ben and Naomi Watts,
Bruce Weber with camera and labradors

De rigueur: Tattoos and washboard abs
Warning: Hungry sharks and renegade surf boards
ILLUSTRATION BY ANDREW DEGRAFF
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from the city, is one of the wealthiest towns in
New York: Millbrook. A historic village where
notable names go to escape the confines of the
city—where sprawling fields and 19th century
mansions create a picturesque, small-town ambi-
ance with a heavy dose of luxury. Often said to
be a low-key version of the Hamptons, Millbrook
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hen you arrive in Millbrook, you
are transported into another
place and time,” says shipping
businessman Peter Georgiopou-
los. And although he had grown
up spending family summers in Southampton, appreciating the
Long Island windmills and sea views, a trip to Millbrook, N.Y.
had lured him to buy a house in horse country instead. “No
matter what is going on in my life, I feel I’m in a peaceful place
when I’m in Millbrook,” he says.
Georgiopoulos knew he was in love when he met Kara, a
Vogue model with coltish long legs and a winning smile, but
considering her occupation, he had a nagging worry that she
would be a girl who wanted a house in the Hamptons. Driving
up the dusty road of US Route 44 without a car in sight—unlike
the congested Montauk
Highway—and overlook-
ing the rolling hills, apple
orchards, horse farms
and vast verdant open
spaces, he observed his
girlfriend’s reaction like a
hawk, as she breathed in
the air and scenery. Both
a smile of relief and satis-
faction spread on his face
when she turned to her
future husband and said,
“I love this place.”
Millbrook is a place
that does that to couples.
Kirk Henckels and Fer-
nanda Kellogg—who
oversees the annual fox
hunt and Fitch’s Cor-
ner Horse Trials where over 200 horses compete in dressage,
cross country and stadium show jumping and guests roam
while sipping “Kirk’s Ice Tea and Mount Gay rum”—had much
of their courtship on horseback. Henckels, the Executive Vice
President, Director of Stribling Private Brokerage, proposed to
Kellogg while riding near one of the area’s pristine lakes. Fré-
déric Fekkai, whose eponymous hair salons and shampoos have
made him a fortune, also chose a 150-year-old farmhouse on
350 acres in Millbrook as his retreat. “I love the shooting, the
hunting, the riding, the life here, the simplicity,” he says. And
naturally, when he was dating public relations executive Shirin
von Wulffen, who luckily had grown up on a horse farm in Vir-
ginia, their mutual love of rural life bonded them. As she told
Elle Décor, “You can be a country girl who likes New York City.”
In fact, many of the residents who come to Millbrook are
from New York. Just eighty miles from Manhattan and situ-
ated on 1.9-square-miles, 19th century colonial mansions rest
upon acres and acres of Millbrook's untainted terrain. Still, it is
a place steeped in contrast. The town is playfully described as
“Horses and Porsches,” and its main street, Franklin Avenue,
offers everything from upscale restaurants serving pricey cuts of
organic beef to reasonably priced meals at the local diner. And
while weekenders seek respite in the town’s sprawling fields
and tranquil setting—a far cry from the energy and excitement
of the city—full-time residents quietly raise their families. Lo-
cal residents include Paulina and Ric Ocasek, Bette Midler and
Martin von Haselberg, Barbara and Donald Tober, Parker and
Oakleigh Thorne, Blaine Trump and the Colley family, who
have been to polo in the United States what Marco Polo was
to exploration.
To say the Colleys are polo enthusiasts is an understatement
equivalent to referring to Harvard as a safety school. Since the
1980s, this family has been passionate champions of the sport,
which requires three to six riders per game. The Colleys have
been responsible for helping raise funds to convert this Dutchess
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stables and fields. At a polo event at the prestigious Mashomack
Polo Club, Bruce Colley proves why he was anointed an Am-
bassador to the Federation of International Polo: he is shak-
ing hands with well-wishers after an exhilarating ride, beads of
sweat on his face, when a guest remarks that he is from another
town and loves riding. “Have you tried polo?” Colley inquires.
The man responds with a simple, “no.” “Well if you can ride,
you can try polo and there are teams here of all levels,” Colley
says enthusiastically. “Call me any time and we’ll ride.”
Despite polo’s reputation as the king of sports, Colley, along
with his brother Bryan, welcome all riders of all income levels
and pride themselves on igniting interest in the sport. “If you
don’t own a horse, you can pick up a scrimmage game with
many of the teams,” adds Bryan Colley. The residents of this
small but close community often offer their guest rooms or cot-
tages to visiting polo players from around the globe. The sport
is often subsidized by a team member or sponsors that have
included Cartier, Moët & Chandon, Hunter Boot and Hermès,
which isn’t surprising since Hermès heir Mathias Guerrand-
Hermès was often galloping on his horse and scoring goals with
his ever-present mallet. In the wake of his death, the club now
offers a sportsmanship award in his honor.
The Mashomack International
Polo Challenge is considered
the kick-off summer event in
Millbrook and, this year, teams
from Great Britain, France and
Italy trot across the emerald fields
that seem to go on for miles and
miles. This past June, the cham-
pagne bottles popped in excite-
ment with the arrival of the 15th
annual event when His Highness
The Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh
Singh of Jaipur joined the fun.
Maharaj Narendra Singh played for team India.
Spectator Karen Klopp, founder of the website what2where.
com, is another resident who succumbed to the charms of Mill-
brook’s outdoorsy life years ago after experimenting with Mar-
tha’s Vineyard, Connecticut and the Hamptons. “If you go the
Hamptons, you need 8 or 10 outfits for the weekend,” recalls
Klopp. “It’s fun but I found the pace too frantic for us. The ques-
tions were ‘Where are you going? Who are you going with? Did
you get invited to so-and-so’s?’ Here it is more relaxed. Children
are welcomed everywhere. We live a busy life in the city and
" NO MATTER WHAT IS GOING ON IN
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clockwise, from left to right:
Eric and Aerin Lauder
Zintofer, Patty Smyth
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Massimo and Chiara
Ferragamo, Frédéric
Fekkai and Shirin von
Wulffen, Liam Neeson,
Bruce Colley, Kate
Schelter, Nina Griscom,
Peter and Kara Georgio-
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didn’t want our weekends to be only about cocktail parties without our kids.”
And the rewards are just that; at the Annual Blue Jean Ball, the children who
turn into college students and young adults return to the place they know
and love. As Klopp observes, instead of knowing what merger or megadeal
someone engaged in, Millbrook residents are far more in awe of who is the
best equestrian or shot (which lately has been Parker Thorne).
But to say that style isn’t appreciated would be a misnomer. Yes, this is a
place reminiscent of 19th century England in the Hampshire countryside,
whereas Blaine Trump agrees: manners still matter and casual dinners and
lunches of 8 to 10 people are the norm. Nevertheless,
for certain occasions, especially for sporting events,
people get dressed up. “It’s tweed jackets and stock tie
for the pre-season cubbing months of August when
they teach hounds to get ready for the hunt, and then
for the formal fox hunting in October, out comes the
traditional scarlet or black coats,” says equestrian Alex
Hamer.
For those who aren’t as interested in hiking, clay
shooting, fly fishing and riding, the small town with-
out a Starbucks in sight has quaint antique stores such
as Yellow Church Antiques. Nearby sandwiches and
salads are savored from the town’s beloved Babette’s
Kitchen. Lifelong friendships are also forged. Long-
time residents like Barbara and Donald Tober often
have leisurely lunches at their farm where conver-
sation flows as easily as the award-winning French
wines such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc from
the Millbrook Vineyards & Winery. “This is a place
where people love the land and animals,” says Mrs.
Tober. “We’re able to relax and really talk to each oth-
er.” Wine tours including the Dutchess Wine Trail are
also available throughout the area and often people
spend languid days sipping local wines and reading
books on their porches while enjoying their pastoral
views or find hidden untainted places for family pic-
nics.
Speaking of, the word “family” is emphasized often
here which may be why there is an uptick in house
sales, even though neighboring communities have
been stagnant. “Millbrook is a place where you can
still buy parcels of land in excess of 100 acres,” says
Adam Hade, a broker at Houlihan Lawrence.
But make no mistake. Millbrook also offers some-
thing that money can’t buy.
When he leaves Millbrook to return to the city,
friends sometimes ask Georgiopoulos what he did for
the weekend expecting a long list of events. One time,
Georgiopoulos shared with a friend how he taught
his stepson to shoot a gun and fed a baby lamb with
his five-year-old son. “Great childhood memories are
made here,” adds Georgiopoulos. “It’s a great place
for families who love the outdoors.” A
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artMRKT
HAMPTONS
July 19-22, 2012
BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY GROUNDS
F
ormed in 2011 by art industry legacy
Max Fishko and his longtime colleague,
Jeffrey Wainhause, the Brooklyn-based
artMRKT Productions was launched
with a singular mission: to provide the
art viewing public, artists, collectors
and dealers with a comprehensive
vision and the highest level of service—and people
are noticing. The duo has been taking the market by
storm, producing three successful contemporary
fairs in 2012—San Francisco, the Hamptons and
Houston—and l aunching Miami l ater this year.
With artMRKT Productions, it’s all about the galleries
and the visitors. This high touch level of service sets
artMRKT apart from other fairs.
Now, the second annual artMRKT Hamptons is poised
to further cement this quality fair in the hearts and
minds of contemporary art collectors. Taking place at
the Bridgehampton Historical Society grounds July 19
through 22, the fair’s central location—near many of
the areas premier shops, restaurants and attractions
—is further demonstration of Fishko and Wainhause’s
unbridled commitment to the visitor experience.
This year’s Opening Night Preview will benefit the
Parrish Art Museum and buzzy Brooklyn chef Leon
Gunn (formerly of Wolfgang Puck, Aria, Noho Star and
Williamsburg’s Traif restaurants) will serve opening
night guests. His refined take on the quintessential
Hamptons dining experience—the summer barbeque—
will satiate the attendees on hand and celebrate
artMRKT’s sophomore foray.
An impressive number of renowned galleries
exhibiting an array of original contemporary painting, sculpture,
photography and prints have signed on to this year’s fair.
For additional information please visit: www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons
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participating in the
second installation of
artMRKT Hamptons
are: Lennon Weinberg, Nancy
Hoffman, Kathryn Markel
and Morgan Lehman, Halsey
Mackey (Hamptons), Boltax
Gallery (Shelter Island), 101/
Exhibit (Florida), Mindy
Solomon Gallery (Florida)
and AUREUS Contemporary
(Providence), P.P.O.W., DC
Moore, Envoy Enterprises,
Allegra LaViola, Eric Firestone
(Arizona), and David Lusk
(Tennessee).

What sets artMRKT Hamptons apart from other fairs is our
intimate scale and dedication to showcasing emerging and
established artists in a relaxed, welcoming environment. We
serve the ever-growing market for art and still appeal to the
more seasoned collector.” —Max Fishko
The fair's founders bring a wealth of experience and a high
level of customer service to the organization. Fishko was
raised in the art world, having spent many childhood hours
attending fairs alongside his family, owners of New York’s
Forum Gallery for more than three generations. Those early
experiences sparked a life-long interest in the fair format.
During his tenure at several leading art fair organizations
including Sanford Smith, IFAE and the Hamptons Expo Group,
Fishko developed strong relationships with international
galleries and cultural institutions. Wainhause’s experiences
include the production of more than 200 technology, medical
and business conferences both in Europe and the U.S., as well
as the development of Web 2.0 applications, social networking
and online marketing.
For additional information please visit: www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons
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Location:

Bridgehampton Historical Society
2368 Montauk Highway (Rt. 27)
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Hours and
Admission:

Opening Night Party:
Thursday, July 19, 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
Friday, July 20 , 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday, July 21, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 22, 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
3 Day Ticket - $35 online / $40 at door
1 Day Ticket - $20 online / $25 at door
For additional information please visit: www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons
Still Life Variation Sanguini,
2009-2010. Acrylic on linen,
60 x 48 inches
Ucidus alitatis eum
Evening
Preview

Benefting the Parrish Art Museum:
Thursday, July 19, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
$100 online / $110 at door
Tree & Branch, Sarah
McCulloch, 2012. Oil on
canvas, 36 x 48 inches
Untitled (purple leaves),
Kim McCarty, 2008.
Watercolor on paper,
27 x 13 inches
1954-1943, Mike Cloud,
2012. Oil on linen with paper
sculpture, 28 x 24 x 7 inches
Made in China (Melting Flag), Andrew Schoultz, 2011.
Gold leaf and acrylic on streched American flag over
panel, 42 x 64 inches
Sun Washed, Stephen
Westfall, 1999. Oil on
canvas, 36 x 36 inches
Synthetic Landscape 53 (North
Rim Lodge), 2011. Ballpoint pen, oil and
resin on canvas, 24 x 24 inches
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On
Real Estate
By Hall F. Willkie
AS EVERYWHERE, NEW YORK
CITY REAL ESTATE IS LOCAL
In the recent past, global economic con-
cerns have intensified. The frail state of the
euro, along with slowing economies around
the globe, has brought instability to the
stock market. We have also seen economic
growth slow here in the U.S.
Although every community is affected
by these international forces, New York
City has proven to be more resilient. Mayor
Bloomberg announced that more private-
sector jobs were created in the first four
months of 2012 than at any time in the
past 60 years. Record tourism has fueled
a boom in retail and hospitality hiring, and
the professional and business services
sector continues to post strong employ-
ment increases. This, combined with fewer
available apartments in Manhattan than last
year, has led to a very healthy, although
price sensitive, local residential market at-
tracting buyers from all over the world.
hwillkie@bhsusa.com
President
Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales
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We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and
marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
N E W Y O R K C I T Y T H E H A MP T O N S PA L M B E A C H
960 Fi Fth Avenue
Rare 11 room Fifth Avenue duplex in the 70s featuring
4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and palatial entertaining rooms all
with dazzling Central Park views in one of New York’s fnest
buildings. Tis building was designed by Warren & Wetmore
in conjunction with Rosario Candela. Full time doorman, in-
house resident chef. Web# 1266551
640 PArk Avenue
One of only 12 full foor residences in 1914 J. E. R. Carpenter
designed building. Exceptionally elegant, exceedingly gracious
6 bedroom plus library and 4 wood burning freplaces. Stellar
views of the Avenue with 65 feet of Avenue frontage. All outside
principal rooms for grand entertaining. Private bedroom wing.
Must be seen. Web# 1219629
521 PArk Avenue
Never-before-ofered 4,500 square foot full-foor Park Avenue
condo in 1911 building with 10.5 foot ceilings and 80 feet
facing the Avenue. New stunning renovation employing only
the fnest materials and craftsmanship. All outside rooms,
separate bedroom wing, 6 zone central air conditioning and
humidifcation, 3 wood burning freplaces, exceptional walnut-
paneled library/billiard room. Fit for royalty. Web# 1749069
Kathy Sloane
Senior Vice President, Managing Director
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
ksloane@bhsusa.com
212-906-9258
kAthy SloAne PreSentS unmAtched elegAnce
Untitled-39 1 6/25/12 3:23:05 PM
Marilyn Corradini
Gerald Crown
Louise Devlin
Jacques Foussard
Judith A. Furgiuele
Roger Gillen
Drew Glick
Nancy Candib
Curtis Jackson
Rudi Hanja
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and
marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
Edward Joseph
Kenneth Mandelbaum
Russell Miller
Leslie O’Shea
Carol A. Raskin
Stephanie Rappoport
Doug Russell
Edward F. Johnston, III
Charles Ruoff
Michael G. Reed
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and
marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
BOWED-FRONT BROWNSTONE BEAUTY
UWS. Mint two family, stooped house, easily
converted to single. 5BR, 6 full baths, 3 half
baths, 18’x58’ bldg on 88’ lot, 6 foors, planted
garden & roof deck. $8.999M. WEB# 1742337.
Lisa Lippman 212-588-5606
Scott Moore 212-588-5608
ONE OF A KIND
East 70s. Triple mint full-fr residence designed to
perfection by the late Albert Hadley. Marvelous
entertaining rooms each w/wfbp. Wonderful
master suite. $7.995M. WEB# 3124149.
Ann Jeffery 212-906-9232
Daniel J. Kessler 212-906-9330
GRACIOUS 6 ROOMS WITH VIEWS
UWS. Glorious museum and side park views
from 3 rooms. 2BR, 2.5 baths, eat-in-kit, W/D.
Very well maintained. Top prewar Co-op on
best UWS block. $3.25M. WEB# 1539226.
David Anderson 212-588-5618
MacRae Parker 212-906-9205
AN ART LOVER’S DREAM
UES. An exceptional opportunity is when
location, a building and home all come together.
This unparallel prewar home is located in the
heart of the UES. $1.745M. WEB# 1559093
Peter Rogers 212-452-4464
Denise Guido 212-452-4479
PARK AVENUE BEAUTY
Park Avenue. Beautiful corner apartment with
fantastic views, 7 room classic. LR with wbfp,
formal dining rm. 2BR + library/bedroom, staff
quarters, storage bins. Building has garage with
special price for tenant. $6.3M. WEB# 1752829.
Avideh Ghaffari 212-317-7712
HAND CRAFTED MASTERPIECE
Chelsea. This approximately 2,408SF duplex
penthouse Co-op with a terrace of approx
1,200SF is in extra mint condition after being
recently renovated from the ground up with
unmatched details. $4.2M. WEB# 1195819.
The Filipacchi Foussard Team 212-452-4468
A REAL HOME
Kips Bay. Co-Excl. Lovely, wide, elegant
townhouse, owner’s 2BR, den and offce duplex
with planted garden and deck, medical offces,
and charming 2BR apartment for income.
Delivered vacant. $4.5M. WEB# 1753211.
Liz Dworkin 212-906-0509
PREWAR ELEGANCE
East 70s/Fifth Ave. The gracious 47’ entrance
gallery of this 12 room apt opens to corner LR,
libr, reception room and FDR. High ceils. 2BR,
lrg EIK and staff area. $12M. WEB# 1736882.
Leslie Coleman 212-906-9387
Mary Rutherfurd 212-906-9211
MASSIVE FULL FLOOR LOFT
Chelsea. Own an entire high foor of classic
loft building. 27 windows, open city views,
4 sunny exposures, currently 3BR plus offce,
2 baths, W/D, central air conditioning, live/
work allowed. $3.3M. WEB# 1745412.
Edward Joseph 212-588-5646
LEGENDARY EL DORADO
CPW. Grand 17’ gallery leads into 26’ LR
facing South with marble mantel. Sunny
Master, plus second bedroom. Large 22’
dining room. Original details kept. $2.995M.
WEB# 1545060.
Guida De Carvalhosa 212-906-9271
HIGH OVER PARK AVE
East 80s/Park Avenue. Incredible 2BR, 2 bath
apartment on high foor in full-service white-
glove building, great views, terrace, wbfp, open
LR, DR plan great trophy apt for entertaining.
Needs renov. $1.95M. WEB# 1565334.
Cordelia Robb 212-906-9323
THE PENTHOUSE AT TRUMP TOWER
CPW. Only duplex in 1 CPW. Sitting on the
49th and 50th foors with 4,266SF and 4BR,
4.5 baths. Gorgeous Western exposure of
the river. Triple mint. 5- star service. $18M.
WEB# 1557703.
Kyle Blackmon 212-588-5648
TRIPLE MINT FULL FLOOR – 5TH AVENUE
East 70s/Fifth Avenue. High foor, 70’
fronting Central Park. 18 rooms, 6BR.
Masterfully designed meticulously renovated.
Soaring ceilings, 30 windows, 2 wbfp. Chef’s
kitchen. $50M. WEB# 3127836.
John Burger 212-906-9274
ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h
TERRACED CONDO NEAR PARK
UES. Luxurious 2BR, 2.5 bath apartment.
High open views, meticulously renovated in
2010. Close to Central Park in full-service
Belgravia. $2.35M. WEB# 1569333.
Sally Hallows 212-906-9345
RARE VIEWS ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE
UWS. Rare 26’ wide single family home
directly on Riverside Drive, between West
82nd and West 83rd Streets. This elevatored
treasure offers views of Riverside Park and
the Hudson. $12.1M. WEB# 1739882.
Wolf Jakubowski 212-588-5630
PARK BLOCK PERFECT 3 BEDROOM
UWS. Truly mint 3BR, 3.5 bath home in
elegant full-service prewar Co-op with
cheerful street views, huge great room,
3 en suite BR, powder room, spacious
kitchen. $2.175M. WEB# 1748216.
Mike Lubin 212-317-3672
OLYMPIC TOWER DUPLEX
Fifth Avenue. Direct Central Park and River
views from this corner LR, FDR and wood-
paneled library. 3BR, 3.5 baths and double
master bedroom suite. Meticulously renovated
in 2010. $11.995M. WEB# 1745077.
Daniela Rivoir 212-906-9276
RETURN OF THE GILDED AGE
Park Avenue. Never before offered, this
palatial 4,500SF condo with stunning views,
10.5’ ceilings, 4 freplaces, and a richly
paneled library is magnifcently appointed.
$23.5M. WEB# 1749069.
Kathy Sloane 212-906-9258
Untitled-39 1 6/25/12 3:24:26 PM
Marilyn Corradini
Gerald Crown
Louise Devlin
Jacques Foussard
Judith A. Furgiuele
Roger Gillen
Drew Glick
Nancy Candib
Curtis Jackson
Rudi Hanja
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and
marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
Edward Joseph
Kenneth Mandelbaum
Russell Miller
Leslie O’Shea
Carol A. Raskin
Stephanie Rappoport
Doug Russell
Edward F. Johnston, III
Charles Ruoff
Michael G. Reed
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and
marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.
BOWED-FRONT BROWNSTONE BEAUTY
UWS. Mint two family, stooped house, easily
converted to single. 5BR, 6 full baths, 3 half
baths, 18’x58’ bldg on 88’ lot, 6 foors, planted
garden & roof deck. $8.999M. WEB# 1742337.
Lisa Lippman 212-588-5606
Scott Moore 212-588-5608
ONE OF A KIND
East 70s. Triple mint full-fr residence designed to
perfection by the late Albert Hadley. Marvelous
entertaining rooms each w/wfbp. Wonderful
master suite. $7.995M. WEB# 3124149.
Ann Jeffery 212-906-9232
Daniel J. Kessler 212-906-9330
GRACIOUS 6 ROOMS WITH VIEWS
UWS. Glorious museum and side park views
from 3 rooms. 2BR, 2.5 baths, eat-in-kit, W/D.
Very well maintained. Top prewar Co-op on
best UWS block. $3.25M. WEB# 1539226.
David Anderson 212-588-5618
MacRae Parker 212-906-9205
AN ART LOVER’S DREAM
UES. An exceptional opportunity is when
location, a building and home all come together.
This unparallel prewar home is located in the
heart of the UES. $1.745M. WEB# 1559093
Peter Rogers 212-452-4464
Denise Guido 212-452-4479
PARK AVENUE BEAUTY
Park Avenue. Beautiful corner apartment with
fantastic views, 7 room classic. LR with wbfp,
formal dining rm. 2BR + library/bedroom, staff
quarters, storage bins. Building has garage with
special price for tenant. $6.3M. WEB# 1752829.
Avideh Ghaffari 212-317-7712
HAND CRAFTED MASTERPIECE
Chelsea. This approximately 2,408SF duplex
penthouse Co-op with a terrace of approx
1,200SF is in extra mint condition after being
recently renovated from the ground up with
unmatched details. $4.2M. WEB# 1195819.
The Filipacchi Foussard Team 212-452-4468
A REAL HOME
Kips Bay. Co-Excl. Lovely, wide, elegant
townhouse, owner’s 2BR, den and offce duplex
with planted garden and deck, medical offces,
and charming 2BR apartment for income.
Delivered vacant. $4.5M. WEB# 1753211.
Liz Dworkin 212-906-0509
PREWAR ELEGANCE
East 70s/Fifth Ave. The gracious 47’ entrance
gallery of this 12 room apt opens to corner LR,
libr, reception room and FDR. High ceils. 2BR,
lrg EIK and staff area. $12M. WEB# 1736882.
Leslie Coleman 212-906-9387
Mary Rutherfurd 212-906-9211
MASSIVE FULL FLOOR LOFT
Chelsea. Own an entire high foor of classic
loft building. 27 windows, open city views,
4 sunny exposures, currently 3BR plus offce,
2 baths, W/D, central air conditioning, live/
work allowed. $3.3M. WEB# 1745412.
Edward Joseph 212-588-5646
LEGENDARY EL DORADO
CPW. Grand 17’ gallery leads into 26’ LR
facing South with marble mantel. Sunny
Master, plus second bedroom. Large 22’
dining room. Original details kept. $2.995M.
WEB# 1545060.
Guida De Carvalhosa 212-906-9271
HIGH OVER PARK AVE
East 80s/Park Avenue. Incredible 2BR, 2 bath
apartment on high foor in full-service white-
glove building, great views, terrace, wbfp, open
LR, DR plan great trophy apt for entertaining.
Needs renov. $1.95M. WEB# 1565334.
Cordelia Robb 212-906-9323
THE PENTHOUSE AT TRUMP TOWER
CPW. Only duplex in 1 CPW. Sitting on the
49th and 50th foors with 4,266SF and 4BR,
4.5 baths. Gorgeous Western exposure of
the river. Triple mint. 5- star service. $18M.
WEB# 1557703.
Kyle Blackmon 212-588-5648
TRIPLE MINT FULL FLOOR – 5TH AVENUE
East 70s/Fifth Avenue. High foor, 70’
fronting Central Park. 18 rooms, 6BR.
Masterfully designed meticulously renovated.
Soaring ceilings, 30 windows, 2 wbfp. Chef’s
kitchen. $50M. WEB# 3127836.
John Burger 212-906-9274
ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h
TERRACED CONDO NEAR PARK
UES. Luxurious 2BR, 2.5 bath apartment.
High open views, meticulously renovated in
2010. Close to Central Park in full-service
Belgravia. $2.35M. WEB# 1569333.
Sally Hallows 212-906-9345
RARE VIEWS ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE
UWS. Rare 26’ wide single family home
directly on Riverside Drive, between West
82nd and West 83rd Streets. This elevatored
treasure offers views of Riverside Park and
the Hudson. $12.1M. WEB# 1739882.
Wolf Jakubowski 212-588-5630
PARK BLOCK PERFECT 3 BEDROOM
UWS. Truly mint 3BR, 3.5 bath home in
elegant full-service prewar Co-op with
cheerful street views, huge great room,
3 en suite BR, powder room, spacious
kitchen. $2.175M. WEB# 1748216.
Mike Lubin 212-317-3672
OLYMPIC TOWER DUPLEX
Fifth Avenue. Direct Central Park and River
views from this corner LR, FDR and wood-
paneled library. 3BR, 3.5 baths and double
master bedroom suite. Meticulously renovated
in 2010. $11.995M. WEB# 1745077.
Daniela Rivoir 212-906-9276
RETURN OF THE GILDED AGE
Park Avenue. Never before offered, this
palatial 4,500SF condo with stunning views,
10.5’ ceilings, 4 freplaces, and a richly
paneled library is magnifcently appointed.
$23.5M. WEB# 1749069.
Kathy Sloane 212-906-9258
Untitled-39 1 6/25/12 3:24:45 PM
No other
New York broker
has this
track record.
• Paula represented the seller in the $53
million dollar sale of 4 East 75th Street,
The Harkness Mansion, which still
remains the record for the highest price
paid for a townhouse in New York.
• No one else has sold 49 townhouses since
2006, for a total value of over $741 million.
• Paula has closed 19 townhouses
measuring 25 feet or wider.
• Paula holds the record for the highest
price paid for a 25-foot wide home
with the $37.5 million dollar closing of
18 East 80th Street.
• In her 20 years as a townhouse specialist,
Paula Del Nunzio has sold 88
townhouses.
PaULa deL NUNZio
Senior Vice President, Managing Director
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
212-906-9207
pdelnunzio@bhsusa.com
445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
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the ModerN towNhoUse
East 80s. Renovated 22’ carriage house transformed into modern residence of approximately 11,000 square feet. Waterfall, spa, gallery,
elevator, lot-line windows, high ceilings. Unrivaled. $31M. Web#1192333
restoratioN at the osborNe
Restored and renovated co-op. 13’6” ceilings and dramatic windows
in living room, four wood burning freplaces, Poggenpohl chef ’s
kitchen, cebtral air conditioning. Two bedrooms, library, three and
one-half baths. Expertly fnished. $5.9M. Web#1067608
ageLess desigN, eNdUriNg VaLUe
East 70s/Lexington. Skillful renovation of 5960+/- TH on prime
East 71 block. 4 outdoor spaces, elevator, 5 wbfps, 6 beds, 6 full
baths, 2 half. Elegant and grand. $12.2M. Web#1225490
All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice.
All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker.
ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h
the dUPLex at 998 FiFth aVeNUe
Fifth Avenue/80s. Extraordinary scale in only Stanford White co-op on Fifth. Massive living room and formal dining room, huge kitchen
with two pantries. Washer/dryer. Four bedrooms plus library. Three wood burning freplaces. Exquisite living. $20M. Web#1735509
the LehMaN art hoUse: architectUre & historY
Architect John H. Duncan built 7 West 54th Street for Philip Lehman the same year that McKim, Mead, and White began construction on the Landmarked University Club located on the northwest
corner of West 54th Street and Fifth Avenue. The Lehman art collection numbered over 3,000 works and 7 West 54th Street became the family’s private gallery. Meticulously restored with the
expertise and cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art alongside a number of skilled artisans and designers, 7 West 54th Street has been transformed into a 21st Century headquarters ideal
for use by a hedge fund, family offce, or possible live-work arrangement.
Features include:
Additional features include video-conferencing rooms, trading rooms, a full kitchen, gym, sauna, and a double-entry elevator which services every foor of the house.
$65,000,000. Web#1756112
• commercial zoning
• built for staff of 50
• private executive offces
• retractable glass roof
• Verizon T1 line for Bloomberg data service
• 1600 amps of electrical service
• full security system with card swipe access to secured areas
• over 20 zones of heating and cooling
• uninterupted power supply (UPS)
Untitled-11 1 6/13/12 11:04:33 AM
No other
New York broker
has this
track record.
• Paula represented the seller in the $53
million dollar sale of 4 East 75th Street,
The Harkness Mansion, which still
remains the record for the highest price
paid for a townhouse in New York.
• No one else has sold 49 townhouses since
2006, for a total value of over $741 million.
• Paula has closed 19 townhouses
measuring 25 feet or wider.
• Paula holds the record for the highest
price paid for a 25-foot wide home
with the $37.5 million dollar closing of
18 East 80th Street.
• In her 20 years as a townhouse specialist,
Paula Del Nunzio has sold 88
townhouses.
PaULa deL NUNZio
Senior Vice President, Managing Director
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
212-906-9207
pdelnunzio@bhsusa.com
445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h
the ModerN towNhoUse
East 80s. Renovated 22’ carriage house transformed into modern residence of approximately 11,000 square feet. Waterfall, spa, gallery,
elevator, lot-line windows, high ceilings. Unrivaled. $31M. Web#1192333
restoratioN at the osborNe
Restored and renovated co-op. 13’6” ceilings and dramatic windows
in living room, four wood burning freplaces, Poggenpohl chef ’s
kitchen, cebtral air conditioning. Two bedrooms, library, three and
one-half baths. Expertly fnished. $5.9M. Web#1067608
ageLess desigN, eNdUriNg VaLUe
East 70s/Lexington. Skillful renovation of 5960+/- TH on prime
East 71 block. 4 outdoor spaces, elevator, 5 wbfps, 6 beds, 6 full
baths, 2 half. Elegant and grand. $12.2M. Web#1225490
All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice.
All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker.
ne w y o r k c i t y t he ha mp t o ns pa l m b e a c h
the dUPLex at 998 FiFth aVeNUe
Fifth Avenue/80s. Extraordinary scale in only Stanford White co-op on Fifth. Massive living room and formal dining room, huge kitchen
with two pantries. Washer/dryer. Four bedrooms plus library. Three wood burning freplaces. Exquisite living. $20M. Web#1735509
the LehMaN art hoUse: architectUre & historY
Architect John H. Duncan built 7 West 54th Street for Philip Lehman the same year that McKim, Mead, and White began construction on the Landmarked University Club located on the northwest
corner of West 54th Street and Fifth Avenue. The Lehman art collection numbered over 3,000 works and 7 West 54th Street became the family’s private gallery. Meticulously restored with the
expertise and cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art alongside a number of skilled artisans and designers, 7 West 54th Street has been transformed into a 21st Century headquarters ideal
for use by a hedge fund, family offce, or possible live-work arrangement.
Features include:
Additional features include video-conferencing rooms, trading rooms, a full kitchen, gym, sauna, and a double-entry elevator which services every foor of the house.
$65,000,000. Web#1756112
• commercial zoning
• built for staff of 50
• private executive offces
• retractable glass roof
• Verizon T1 line for Bloomberg data service
• 1600 amps of electrical service
• full security system with card swipe access to secured areas
• over 20 zones of heating and cooling
• uninterupted power supply (UPS)
Untitled-11 1 6/13/12 11:05:31 AM
C
onstructed in the French Beaux-Arts
style, 7 West 54th Street was built
by architect John H. Duncan in 1899-
1900 for Philip Lehman (1861-1947),
the son of Lehman Brothers founder
Emmanuel Lehman.
One of several fashionable, upper-class homes
erected along the north side of the block, 7 West
54th Street was situated directly across the street
from the substantial brownstone mansion of John
D. Rockefeller, Sr. at No. 4, and was built the same
year that McKim, Mead & White began construction
on the landmarked University Club at 54th Street
and Fifth Avenue.
Philip Lehman became a partner in Lehman
Brothers in 1887, and served as first chairman of
the board of directors from 1929 to 1941. He is perhaps best known, however, for his fabulous private art collection, which his son
Robert expanded over the years following his death.
The Lehman art collection numbered over 3,000 works, and 7 West 54th Street became the family's private gallery. In 1962, the house
was opened to the public for one week to view what The New York Times called “one of the last great privately held art collections in
the world.” When Robert died in 1969, his will bequeathed the artwork to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with the caveat that it must
always remain together and that the major rooms of the home be transferred intact and reassembled in the Lehman wing of the mu-
seum, where they can be seen to this day.
At the time of the construction of 7 West 54th Street, Duncan was already well known as the designer of the General Grant National
Memorial as well as the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, both designated New York City Land-
marks.
The handsome exterior of the residence is faced with rusticated limestone that provides a background for a profusion of luxuriant
relief carving. The four-and-one-half story, two-bay residence is symmetrically massed and distinguished by an elaborately designed
two-story mansard roof.
Meticulously restored with the expertise and cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art alongside a number of skilled artisans
and designers, 7 West 54th Street has been transformed into a 21st Century headquarters ideal for use by a hedge fund, family office,
or possible live-work arrangement.
The residence is commercially zoned, designed
to accommodate a staff of up to 50 as well as pri-
vate executive offices. It features extraordinarily
modern systems including over 20 zones of heat-
ing and cooling, an uninterrupted power supply
(UPS), backup emergency generator system, and
more than 1,600 amps of electrical service. A re-
tractable glass roof system on the sixth floor opens
up directly to the outdoor terrace with idyllic, unin-
terrupted views of the Museum of Modern Art and
its outdoor gardens. There are also video-confer-
encing rooms, trading rooms, a full kitchen, gym,
sauna, and a double-entry elevator servicing every
floor of the house.
THE LEHMAN
ART HOUSE
Paula Del Nunzio
Brown Harris Stevens
212.906.9207
Pdelnunzio@bhsusa.com
the dining room of the Lehman art house
the meticuLousLy restored conference room
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Felise Gross, 212.588.5681
Co-Exclusive with Keren
Coplan-Ringler of Warburg Realty
1045 Park Avenue Duplex
Price: $6,500,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5.5
History: Built in 1966
Views: Breathtaking exposures and
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vide dazzling direct views over Central
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Amenities: Doorman
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Prudential Douglas Elliman
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575 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022
212.891.7232
lrich@elliman.com
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Years of Experience: 7
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Brown Harris Stevens
Residential Sales
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445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
212.906.9262
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team player
H
ow did you get started in real estate?
I started working at the Museum of Modern
Art in special events. A friend of mine
started talking to me about selling real
estate and I got really interested. She was
investing and looking at different properties and I realized, I
love this, I could totally do this!
And now I’ve been in real estate for almost twelve years,
and actually used to own my company. I loved having my
own company but joining Sotheby’s International Realty has
been amazing—it’s probably the only company I would have
joined.
Are you originally from New York?
Yes, I was born and raised in New York. I love New York and
it makes it that much sweeter to be involved in real estate
here. I love the energy and how fast you can get things done
here.
What are your specialties?
My team and I work all throughout Manhattan. I would say
that 90 percent of our business consists of co-ops and condos, but we do have some corporate clients as well.
Is there a particular part of the city you find yourself working in the most?
We work in all the neighborhoods but I notice that I end up staying in familiar areas, which for me are the Upper East Side,
Carnegie Hill, Sutton Place area, 60s, 70s. I also do work on the Upper West Side a lot—we currently have a bunch of deals
there.
How does working at Sotheby’s International Realty compare to owning your own company?
When I had my own company, it was like my little baby and I loved it. I did everything—the website, the management, etc.
Sotheby’s International Realty has been extraordinary in terms of the amount of support they provide. The management is
approachable, hands on and completely supportive. I was a bit leery about joining a big firm since I like to be independent
and I really like keeping it basic, but Sotheby's has exceeded my expectations, and at the end of the day helped me to do what
I love the most: showing and selling real estate.
Do you have any noteworthy listings currently on the market?
We actually just went into contract in a record speed of about eight days on a terrific apartment on Nassau Street in a fan-
tastic architectural landmark right next to the Frank Gehry building. I can’t tell you how many people wanted this apartment,
which is so interesting because I put it on the market two years ago when it was a totally
different market.
How do you view the current real estate market?
I think it’s strong. With interest rates being as low as they are and with larger inventory, as
well as the general sentiment and energy being so much greater than it once was, yes, I
would say it’s strong. Just a few weeks ago, it was the craziest and busiest that it’s been for
us in a while.
Where do you see yourself headed in the future?
My motto is to always keep looking ahead and growing but really to always be happy and
truthful to what you do—that's what's important to me and my team. The energy of our pro-
fession is like no other that you will ever encounter.
What makes your team collaborate in unity, or in other words, what makes your team tick?
We were never pulled together from a business perspective. For example, one girl that cur-
rently works for me has two sisters that used to work for me as well. We are all really close
and are friends outside of the office. We really are the essence of a team and all have the
same mindset.—as told to Thomas Zafiratos
SCENE caught up with power broker Epo In-Manning to get the latest
from Sotheby’s International Realty’s newest recruit and her team
150 Nassau street
Epo In-MannIng
sotheby’s INterNatIoNal realty
38 east 61st street
New york, Ny 10065
212.606.7604
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3 BR, 3 BATH WEB ID: 139083 $5.998 M
277 WEST END AVENUE
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he three D’s: discipline, decency and dignity,” de-
clared Fräulein Eggar, the headmistress of Grace
Farm, an all-boys boarding school for “troubled
youth” from grades 5 through 9. “These are the
foundation that make Grace Farm a place where
young men become gentlemen.” I squiggled in
the wood chair, averting Fräulein Eggar’s steely blue eyes
that were stretched into evil slits by the tightly pulled bun
of grey hair that sat atop her head like a snowball. I imag-
ined Fräulein Eggar’s bun as a packed, icy snowball that
I could grab and hurl at her weirdly generous forehead.
Bull’s-eye!
My mother, dressed in a black Chanel tweed suit and
pearls as if going to a funeral, nudged me in the side. I reluc-
tantly looked at Fräulein Eggar as she continued her Grace
Farm propaganda. “Our students are required to put in four
hours of work detail every day,” she continued, like a judge
sentencing a criminal to death row. “We pride ourselves on
a tidy campus and the student body rakes leaves, cleans the
lavatories and serves all meals in the dining quarters.” At
the word lavatory, my mind started to wander from Grace
Farm’s militaristic Maine bucolic blah to my concrete stomp-
ing ground on the Upper East Side. I missed my skateboard.
I missed my Sour Patch Kids stash. I could hear each Sour
Patch Kid wailing in despair for my return.
Fräulein Eggar made an irritating scratchy throat sound
(gross) and my mother poked me again. “So Charles Camp-
bell,” Fräulein Eggar demanded, “how do you see yourself
benefiting and contributing to the community of Grace
Farm?” My mother and father, bookending me across from
Fräulein Eggar’s enormous desk—which appeared to be
from the 18th century and was so anally organized that I
had to clench my fist not to jump on it and break dance
until every item was cracked and crushed—glared at me
with annoying anticipation. “Um,” I started, “I, like, actu-
ally don’t see myself at Grace Farm at all. I’m not really the
country type. I hate going to Southampton, unless it’s the
summer and I can, like, boogie board.” My father lurched
towards me. “Charles. That is exactly the attitude that has
gotten you in hot water your whole life.”
Truth be told, my parents had trucked the eight hours
to Grace Farm in Hopeville, Maine (population 850; 300
of which were the poor suckers at this “school”), after my
latest Barclay report card. “The student continues to ques-
tion authority,” read my French teacher Monsieur Char-
riol’s comment. “I am close to giving up on this pupil,”
my science teacher, Mrs. Ridgefield, noted. Of course, the
fact that my art teacher, the awesome Mr. Severs praised
my “extraordinary talent at both drawing and painting and
vast knowledge of both modern art and current graffiti art-
ists,” went completely unnoticed. Yet despite six Ds and
one F in discipline (I did get an A in art!), Barclay had not
given me the boot. Still, my parents felt it necessary to ruin
my Saturday with a trip to Grace Farm.
“I want to be good,” I chirped to Fräulein Eggar as she
sat with her arms crossed, staring me down. I channeled
my best Little Boy Lost expression. “But it’s just that my
friends always convince me to do things I shouldn’t.”
“He charges without permission,” my mother an-
nounced randomly, interrupting my
monologue. “He lied and charged
hundreds of dollars to the family’s
account at Minnie Albert’s Toys.”
Get over it Mom, I thought to myself.
After the threat of having me “ar-
rested” turned out to be a total false
alarm, my mother closed down her dumb Minnie Albert’s
Toys charge account.
“Well,” Fräulein Eggar concluded, standing up abruptly,
“we are prepared to have Charles Campbell enrolled at
Grace Farm starting Monday.”
“What the F?” I blurted out as I saw my young life flash
like a bad movie before my eyes.
The silence in the room that followed was deafening.
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