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    • The “Golden Goddess” of New York Real Estate editoral3

      By Tyler Peckio What could being a New York City real estate agent and professional water skier possibly have in common? On the surface, the two could not be more different—one involves navigating the near impossible labyrinth of New York real estate (not for the faint of heart) and the other involves flying around behind … more

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      Talking with with Camille Duvall-Hero by Tyler J. Peckio What could being a New York City real estate agent and professional water skier possibly have in common? Surface level, the two could not be more different—one involves navigating the near impossible labyrinth of New York real estate (not for the weak of heart) and the … more

    • Living Large with Emily Smith new left

      EMILY SMITH INVITES YOU INSIDE THE WORLD OF NEW MEDIA AND LUXURY LIVING CBS news has seen its share of personalities grace the NYC stage with varying degrees of popularity. The need for relatable and consistent personal branding has always been the goal among news professionals. This consistency helps the everyday audience know what to … more

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      Self-Awareness  by Brian Cuban Most of my life has been about succumbing to various triggers that set off a litany of destructive behaviors.  Stress at work. Stress with relationships. Negative body image. Finally at age forty-five, I began recovery, developing a sense of self-awareness to recognize and deal with stressors as a part of life.  … more

    • Hiring On Instinct Corcoran 01

      The science behind team building with Barbara Corcoran By Amber Snider When it comes to start-up businesses, there is one thing that can either make or break the company: the team you hire. “The most important rule for a real estate broker/owner building a business is recruiting talent,” Barbara Corcoran tells Metropolitan Magazine. Weighing the … more

    • Talking with… francis

      Francis Greenburger Founder and Chairman, Time Equities Inc.           1. How much of an impact does the international buyer have on your projects? What steps do you take, if any, to market your projects overseas? A: Our projects are family-oriented and we expect them to also have an international appeal. Our … more

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      FRONTSTAGE–BACKSTAGE By Barbara Feldon When I think of Manhattan I think of Times Square. Its neon colors like garish jewelry throb   insistently, as if to say, “Look at me, look at me!” How drab the city would be without it! Every time I go there I become a tourist enthralled by towering screens, faces … more

    • Authenticity Sells julie_new_headshot_892x1024

      By Emma Collins Connecticut is a center of movement that is revitalizing marketing outside of New York City. The woman behind the mantras and marketing efforts, is Realtor® and President of the Higgins Group, (a Christie’s International real estate affiliate), Julie Vanderblue of Fairfield County. “My job is to market Connecticut at the highest level… … more

    • APARTMENT NUMBER 12 Photo by David Kestin

      Heather Fink is on… APARTMENT NUMBER 12 Comedian and filmmaker, Heather Fink, gives Metropolitan an artist’s perception of value through a personal snapshot of her life in Brooklyn. Luxury as a term has many definitions, and while financial freedom leads to luxurious experiences, the ability to see the world through other’s eyes has tremendous value. … more

    • The Evolution of Adaptation: A Conversation with Glenn Asher 001-Metro2 (73)

       By: Stephanie Jones  Real estate visionary Glenn Asher may appear to follow a host of career paths, from Executive Vice President of Business Development to Elite Event Planner to Industry Liaison. To Asher, however, he’s merely embodying all facets of a specialized professional in an ever-evolving industry. Asher credits his success to a nuanced understanding … more

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