The borough breakout
When the numbers are crunched by borough, a bunch of other firms with geographic specialties make the cut.
The one exception to that is in Manhattan, where four out of the top five firms were the same as the citywide top players. The only difference there was that Savills Studley clocked in at the No. 5 spot rather than Rosewood. Savills Studley was buoyed by a giant $1 billion deal in which Brookfield Property Partners bought a majority interest in the nearly 4,000-unit residential “Putnam portfolio” in Upper Manhattan and on Roosevelt Island that was controlled by Urban American Management, a firm that remained in the deal... Gap widens between rival building sales bigwigs
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