Marc Jacobs' fashionable townhome was sold by Ryan Serhant for $10.5 million on Thursday's episode of Million Dollar Listing New York. Ryan, 36, was initially excited to sell their historic four-story building in the West Village, which the designer had lived in for a decade. Her clients offered $9.5 million in cash, which Ryan rejected though he still wanted to do a deal. Ryan then talked him into selling for $10.5 million, and Kirsten texted her buyer while listening to the conversation; before Ryan hung up, the buyer sent her a thumbs-up emoji. Moments later she announced that yes, they would take the place for $10.5 million after all.
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In the blue corner — that’s the northwest — sits at the soon-to-complete 101 W. 14th St., a 44-unit luxury condo complex marketed by Bravolebrity Ryan Serhant. Serhant called out the interlocking curtain wall of the mostly glass façade, combined with 18-foot-high ceilings at 101 W. 14th. Both sit on the trafficky intersection of 14th St. and Sixth Ave. It’s an area surrounded by big-box retailers and fast food but Eklund and Serhant see something more. Although real estate’s most spat-prone duo returned to “Million Dollar Listing New York” for its ninth season May 6, neither 101 W. 14th St. nor Förena were camera ready. I get up at 4 a.m., and everyone that works with me gets their first text by 4.30 a.m. when I’m ready to go to gym.”On Fredrik: “He doesn’t live here anymore.”* 101 W. 14th St.NEWS - Birchgrove home with city views sells for $5.4m at auction following four-way bidding war
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If you are building a singular product in a nascent market and necessitates forward-looking customers, and want to drastically shorten sales cycles, I have a proposal: Create a buyer’s guide. A buyer’s guide is essentially a prescriptive summary that provides an understandable overview of how a customer may buy your solution. Sales teams, especially at smaller startups, can review the guide quarterly and analyze what is and isn’t working as the company goes to market. Here is how to put together a buyer’s guide, including what to sort out before you type a single word. If the solution is focused towards, say, integration, then hone in on who would be owning the integration process on the buyer’s team.NEW YORK POST - Marc Jacobs’ West Village townhouse featured on ‘Million Dollar Listing’
Light fixtures are usually included in a multimillion dollar house — but not in Marc Jacobs’ house. Realtor.comJacobs purchased the house for $10.5 million in 2009 with his then-fiancé, Lorenzo Martone, and spent $1.15 million renovating the 4,800-square-foot townhouse, according to MDLNY. There is a second kitchen upstairs — a narrow galley kitchen where Jacobs’ private chef cooked for him. .“[I] sold Mark Jacobs’ house for $10.5 million. “[I] sold Mark Jacobs’ house for $10.5 million.