New York City had a stellar year in 2015 for building sales — with massive properties like Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village and 11 Madison trading hands. But while it’s the buyers and sellers who normally make headlines, the brokers on those deals made out pretty well, too.
This month, The Real Deal ranked the top 30 investment sales brokerages for 2015 citywide and by borough...
Woody Heller, executive managing director at Savills Studley, which ranked No. 9 citywide with $1.6 billion in sales, also said he expects the market to slow down at some point in 2016 and continue to soften over the next few years
“We’re going to look back on 2015 as the high point in this cycle,” Heller said.Investment sales ranking: Who crushed it and who got crushed?
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