ONE CENTRAL PARK SOUTH
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019
Joanna Cutler is widely recognized as one of New
York's most successful real estate brokers. She is constantly praised by clients and customers for her exemplary service and
extraordinary results. Joanna possesses an encyclopedia-like knowledge of New York real estate. She has been a specialist
in high-end properties for over twenty years. Joanna represents the most unique and spectacular real estate in Manhattan.
Known for her integrity and candor, Joanna will not encourage deals until convinced that the fit is truly right for
her client. She thrives upon the challenge of finding each client their ideal home, intimately knowing their needs, lifestyle
and personality. Her laser-focused intensity enables her to get the attention of the most qualified and interested purchasers
in the marketplace.
She has an incredible enthusiam and devotion to her clients, and an extraordinary ability to
negotiate and come up with creative solutions in order to execute any deal. Small wonder that she has such a fiercely loyal
clientele. Joanna has an enormous client base in the entertainment industry. She can be found dining with Mariska Hargitay,
Maria Bello, or Naomi Campbell, spending time with Carol Alt or Jennifer Aniston, as well as fund managers
and real estate developers.
After receiving a masters degree in psychology, Joanna went on to become a high-fashion
model. With her sense of style, amazing taste, and intuitive take on human nature coupled with her strong background
in psychology, becoming one of the most passionate, focused, prepared, determined, committed real estate brokers in the industry
was a natural.
2007, Joanna was acknowledged for breaking a record for the sale of a 25 ft wide townhouse, which sold for 35 million dollars.
Joanna pursues a wide variety of interests including pilates, film, travel and contemporary art when
she is not involved in her all-consuming career.
Residential real estate is primarily a home but also an important
investment. Joanna is conservative in her approach to an appropiate purchase. She owns homes at the One Beacon Court,
The Plaza, 15 CPW as well as Greenwich and Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago.
An appointment can
be made with Joanna Cutler for an exclusive consultation on buying or selling real estate. Her telephone number is (212)838-0012.
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Top agents of the week
Real Deal has ranked the top listing agents of the week based on the highest priced residential deals filed with the
Footnotes: Data is for closed deals filed with the city this week through Thursday.
The chart only includes sellers' brokers, because buyers' brokers' names are not available in city data or listings. The data
does not include deals in contract. To obtain broker information, listing information was compared with sales records filed
with the city. Only deals where an individual broker and address can be identified are included. As a result, private sales,
listings where an address has not been provided and new development sales by a sales center are not included. Sources: Streeteasy.com
and The Real Deal.Copyright © 2009 – The Real Deal, Inc. , 158 West 29th Street New York,
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Dr. Jay's founder flips 15 CPW spread to Nautica neighbor
At left: 15 Central Park West; Top right: Nautica founder David Chu, whose wife just closed on another apartment at
the building; Bottom right: Listing agent Joanna Cutler
It's New York Fashion Week, but models aren't the only ones with
quick-changes on the Upper West Side. A preppy makeover is also likely in store for a two-bedroom, 28th-floor apartment at
Robert A.M. Stern's 15 Central Park West, which just sold for $11.39 million to philanthropist Gina Lin Chu, wife of Nautica
founder David Chu, according to deed filed today with the city.
The seller of the 2,367-square-foot spread was
another clothing mogul with a decidedly different style: Joseph Betesh, founder of hip-hop retailer Dr. Jay's. The urban fashion
maven, and now, apartment flipper, paid just $5.7 million for the apartment in April 2008.
The Chus actually already
live at 15 Central Park West -- in a sixth-floor, 1,605-square-foot condo they bought for $2.99 million in August 2008. But
it's their duplex penthouse at the former Mayfair Hotel that's drawn the most intrigue.
condo hit the market in March
for $32.8 million, placing it among the top 10 most expensive condo listings in the city at the time. It has since lost a
little luster, undergoing two rounds of price cuts that brought it to its current asking price of $25.8 million, but garnered
some star power when the Post reported earlier this summer that Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick had been eyeing the place
The Chus were not immediately available for comment, nor was Joanna Cutler, of her eponymous brokerage, who
had the listing for the new spread.
Top residential agents of the week
14, 2013 06:15PM
From left: Joanna Cutler and 1 Central Park South
Listing Broker: Joanna Cutler of Joanna Cutler Real Estate
Address: 1 Central Park
CB Developers to pay $25M for site next to Murray Hill project
working with Ironstate and SK Development on 18-story rental building
04, 2014 04:40PM
By Mark Maurer
From left: Joanna Cutler, 587-591 Third Avenue and Charles Blaichman
CB Developers is in contract to acquire three adjacent five-story buildings for $25.2 million, or $420 per square foot, The
Real Deal has learned.
The rental buildings at 587-591 Third Avenue, near 39th Street, offer a combined
60,000 buildable square feet. They sit next door to an 18-story, 91-unit rental project under construction on the corner. CB Developers, in partnership with Hoboken, N.J.-based Ironstate Development and Soho-based
SK Development Group, are overseeing the development of the site, which is located at 593-597 Third Avenue, also known as
200 East 39th Street.
The retail includes Wharf Bar and Grill and formerly Margarita Murphy’s, which closed in
A Chinese nonprofit family trust known as the J. T. Tai & Company Foundation has owned the site for more
than 30 years, property records show. The foundation is also in contract to sell a Sutton Place development site at 1055-1057 Second Avenue for $19 million, as The Real Deal reported in July.
Joanna Cutler represented
both the buyer and the seller. The deal entered contract in May.
Blaichman could not be immediately reached for comment.
This article misidentified the broker on the deal. The broker is Joanna Cutler.