In a playful move by the designer, emerald green covers the walls and ceiling in the spacious game room while the billiard table shows off a ruby red. Double doors allow easy access to a patio and walkway.
Drawing inspiration from the sand and the sea, this bedroom is designed for pure relaxation. The bed is positioned with a view of the Cape Town, South Africa, coast, while the en-suite bathroom's open plan allows a similar view from any spot in the room.
This is not your average pool house: The structure includes a meditation area and fire pit. Along the back side is a spa-like glass-tiled shower and changing room as well as an outdoor shower. The building's stone wall doubles as a climbing wall and features a waterfall that empties into the pool.
GHK's Sabrina Kleier-Morgenstern and Daniel Kerin have to market a small apartment that's overcrowded by a growing family of five. Emily Beare of CORE is ready to sell her client's beautiful waterfront apartment, but isn't allowed to hold an open house to get potential brokers in. Emily enlists the help of a super-star party planner to throw a fabulous cocktail party that will generate enough interest in the apartment.
Samantha Kleier's new client is a first time buyer and an animal enthusiast with a lot of particular preferences and a tight budget for her new space. While helping her client learn the ins and outs of the buying market, Samantha will get an education of her own. Warburg's Deb Lupard takes on a Tribeca listing that she is hoping to list and sell at a comparable rate to similarly sized uptown apartments. She hopes that the right pricing will induce buyers to make the move downtown rather than spending more in the uptown market.
As the third realtor in ten months on a penthouse listing, CORE agent Vickey Barron needs to come up with a fresh new marketing idea to get this Greenwich Village property sold. GHK's Michele Kleier guides two newbie agents, John Liss and Isabel Solmonson, as they attempt to sell their first listing, down in the financial district.
Michele Kleier opens up communication with a real estate developer who turns run down multi-residence townhouses into incredible single family homes. With Emeril Lagasse's fabulous townhouse already on her list of accomplishments, this is one developer relationship Michele definitely wants to hold on to. Michael Graves of CORE is looking outdo himself by breaking his own record sales high in the same building. But his boss Shaun Osher is skeptical he will be able to outdo the price of the penthouse apartment that sold at the height of the real estate market.
Andrea and Javier have sold their current place without even listing! Now they want to downsize without losing any of the beauty and integrity of their current dream home, but they only have 2 weeks to do it! Adam Moskowitz is a friend of Sabrina Kleier. He wants to sell his Williamsburg apartment for a tidy profit. Young GHK agent Isabel is seen as the best fit to take on this listing, with her vast social circle of young, creative types who gravitate to this hip area.
A family with an expanding brood reaches out to agent GieFaan Kim to help them sell their charming East Village apartment ASAP! With a rare 900 sq. ft. terrace as a feature, finding a buyer should be a piece of cake. But to get potential buyers to see past the scaffolding covering the apartment's outdoor space is a hurdle. Richard Steinberg needs to quickly sell a repeat client's gorgeous, but imperfectly located, 4 bed, 4 bath on the UES. But negative feedback about the home's proximity to a busy subway stop throws a wrench in the works.
CORE's Elizabeth Kee and Lindsee Silverstein are faced with a challenging sale when they learn that their client's apartment is dominated by a huge slide. Unwilling to remove the apartment's most unique element, the girls must bring in clients who are young-hearted and open minded. GHK's Margo Fall attempts to discover West Coast flavor in the New York real estate market for her California clients.
Melissa Meyers and her family have relocated to California for her teenaged daughter's acting career, and they're trying to sell their place on the UES. The empty apartment has already been on the market for six months with another agent, and Melissa won't budge on the price. Dan and Kim Kelleher cannot understand why their apartment isn't selling. They insist it's a hidden gem in Manhattan and they need Doug Heddings to help them get that across to a buyer as soon as possible because their family is rapidly outgrowing the place. But Doug's having a hard time getting potential buyers to overlook a $4k monthly maintenance fee.
Warburg's Richard Steinberg has already sold millions of dollars worth of property in a high end midtown building, but now he's vying for the exclusive listing of the penthouse apartment. Richard is feeling good, but the building isn't ready to hand him the exclusive before he proves his abilities one more time. Udi Eliasi of Citi Habitats is working with an Alphabet City owner who is finally ready to sell his multi-family townhome, once some renovations have been made to the property. Find out if Steinburg's plans go his way on Selling New York.
Michele Kleier takes on an exclusive listing for a spacious pair of Upper East Side penthouses. With one penthouse already on its way to a deal, Michele hopes she can make a quick sale of its counterpart by throwing a 60s themed open house. CORE's Adrian Noriega has to convince his stubborn client to give him a little wiggle room when it comes to selling her apartment.
CORE agent Vickey Barron's worldly clients, Nava and her husband, have moved overseas and want to sell their two-bedroom apartment as soon as possible. Vickey has to convince her clients that a big event focusing on her client's love of international culture and art?a documentary film fundraiser?will attract potential buyers and brokers and create buzz while doing something great for the community. The Kleiers are approached by top PR agent Alison Brod to find a high-end, short-term rental for a documentary filmmaker with particular taste. He wants to live in a luxury apartment for the duration of shooting his film, but, all he can offer in exchange for a swanky pad is exposure in the film itself.
Robby Brown is ready to sell an apartment that he and a friend co-purchased as an investment a few years ago. Located in West Chelsea, this mint-condition apartment has a lot going for it, but its best feature is the spectacular view of the High Line. Robby and his friend are anxious for a quick sale, so Robby's strategy is two-fold: he wants to stage the apartment and utilize the High Line as part of his sales approach. CORE agent John Harrison's anxious client, actress Mel Gorham needs to move out of her Fifth Ave. loft apartment and find a bigger space for her and her Great Dane service dog, 120lb Isabella. Mel is insistent that Isabella goes wherever she does, so John must find a renter for her loft and the perfect two-bedroom apartment in the west village or Gramercy that will accommodate this enormous and rambunctious dog which is not an easy task in Manhattan.
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