FREDERICK WARBURG PETERS is Chief Executive Officer of Warburg Realty. A graduate of Yale College with a Masters Degree from CUNY, Frederick entered the real estate business as a residential agent in 1980 and has since brokered approximately $1 billion in New York real estate. After working as a Sales Director at Albert B. Ashforth for a number of years, he acquired and renamed the 95-year old firm in 1991. Since that time, Frederick has expanded the company from 40 to 130 agents and from one to three locations.
Frederick’s commitment to integrity, professionalism, and expertise has helped to position Warburg as one of New York’s few major independent residential brokerage providers. He is the most frequent contributor to Warburg’s blog and one of the most quoted experts on real estate in both Manhattan and national media. He serves as a co-chair of The Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Board of Directors- Residential Division; as a member of REBNY’s Board of Governors; and as of the Vice President for Residential Brokerage on REBNY’s Executive Committee. In January of 2010 Frederick received the prestigious Kenneth R. Gerrety Humanitarian Award which recognizes meritorious service to the community by a REBNY member; he was also a recipient of REBNY’s 1996 Henry Foster Award, given for a lifetime of achievement and contribution to the residential industry.

Press

7.21.17
The Real Deal
Warburg CEO Fred Peters offers insight into just how demanding some co-op boards can be, even in a flat market. Read more: https://therealdeal.com/2017/07/21/i-can-feel-the-burn-on-my-cheek-from-the-slap-on-the-face-buyers-sound-off-on-co-op-rejections/
7.14.17
Real Estate Weekly
Warburg CEO Frederick W. Peters’ comments on second quarter market activity. Read more: http://rew-online.com/2017/07/14/high-end-new-york-homes-market-showing-signs-of-life-as-average-price-tops-9-2m/
7.7.17
Bloomberg
Fred Peters discusses Manhattan’s second quarter real estate sales market. Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-07-06/manhattan-home-sales-surge-as-cuts-bring-prices-to-buyers-level
7.7.17
The Housing Bubble Blog
Fred is quoted discussing the nature of the Manhattan real estate market during the second quarter.  http://thehousingbubbleblog.com/?m=20170707
7.6.17
NewsMax Finance
Fred is quoted discussing the nature of the Manhattan real estate market during the second quarter.  http://www.newsmax.com/Finance/Economy/Manhattan-Home-Sales-Prices/2017/07/06/id/800076/
7.6.17
Mansion Global
Fred is quoted discussing the nature of the Manhattan real estate market during the second quarter.   http://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/67683-manhattan-luxury-units-see-price-cuts-while-bidding-wars-rage-over-homes-under-1m
7.5.17
Wall Street Journal
Fred weighs in on the second quarter market.  (7/5) https://www.wsj.com/articles/open-houses-fizzle-for-manhattan-condos-and-co-ops-1499286210?tesla=y
6.28.17
The Real Deal
Fred Peters and Jason Haber are quoted in an article about the foreclosure of One57 and its impact on Billionaires’ Row.  (6/28) https://therealdeal.com/2017/06/28/one57-made-billlionaires-row-will-it-now-destroy-it/
4.21.17
New York Times
Fred Peters examines President Trump’s travel ban and how it has affected the Manhattan residential market. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/21/realestate/trump-policy-impact-on-real-estate-still-unclear.html?_r=0Expected
4.17.17
Avenue Magazine
Frederick W. Peters, Steve Goldschmidt, Camille Duvall, Brennan Zahler, and Charles Russell are included within a group of select individuals referred to as the “crowned heads” of the Manhattan real estate business. The Crowned Heads of… More
4.7.17
CityBizList Atlanta
Fred discusses the nature of the Manhattan real estate market during the first quarter 2017.   http://atlanta.citybizlist.com/article/412198/warburg-realty-q1-2017-market-report
1.31.17
The Real Deal
Frederick Peters weighs in on the president’s travel ban and it’s impact on the Manhattan real estate market. https://therealdeal.com/2017/01/31/moral-compass-brokerages-speak-out-or-stay-silent-in-wake-of-trumps-travel-ban/ 
1.4.17
DNAinfo
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters weighs in on New York’s real estate market in the fourth quarter of 2016. https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20170104/tribeca/nyc-real-estate-co-op-condo-prices
1.1.17
The Real Deal
Frederick Peters discusses changes in industry commission splits. https://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/the-commission-split-dance/
1.1.17
The Real Deal
CEO Fred Peters discusses recruitment tactics within the industry. Maria Daou, a longtime Warburg agent who returned to the company after a couple years with another firm, is also mentioned. https://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/covert-poaching-operations/
12.1.16
The Real Deal
A flashback to a 1996 New York Times article where CEO Fred Peters discusses the emerging trend of brokers becoming new development advisors. https://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/this-month-in-real-estate-history-112/    
11.22.16
Our Town
Frederick’s blog on New York City’s future post-election was featured. http://www.ourtownny.com/business/20161118/city-on-the-hill 
11.18.16
The Real Deal
Frederick comments on REBNY’s dues increase to invest in their listings system, which will allow it to feed listings to third party sites like Zillow, Trulia, and StreetEasy. http://therealdeal.com/2016/11/18/rebny-approves-dues-increase-to-invest-in-rls/
10.30.16
Real Estate Weekly
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters, along with Steve Goldschmidt, Camille Duvall-Hero, Susan Fishman, Charles Russell, Brennan Zahler, Jason Haber, Mary Dunne, Maria Daou, and Bill Kowalczuk attend REBNY’s annual Deal of the Year Charity Gala. http://rew-online.com/2016/10/30/in-pictures-rebny-residential-gala-guests/
10.4.16
Crain's New York
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters’ market review was mentioned in an article about third quarter activity. http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20161004/REAL_ESTATE/161009973/manhattan-sales-prices-report-modest-gains-as-number-of-transactions
9.13.16
The Real Deal
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters weighs in on the softening new development market and its effect on classic Park Avenue apartments. http://trd.com/2016/09/13/park-avenue-pads-lose-panache/
9.9.16
The New York Times
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters discusses the strict marketing policies under fair housing laws. http://nyti.ms/2cuKcC0
7.1.16
DNAinfo
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters was quoted in a review of the second quarter market. https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160701/tribeca/fewer-apartments-are-being-sold-at-their-asking-price-report-says
5.6.16
Metropolitan Magazine
Frederick Peters discusses how his musical background resonates with his professional real estate career. http://online.pubhtml5.com/egyb/memu/#p=38
4.6.16
The Jewish Voice NY
Frederick Peters’ Q1 report was quoted in a story about NYC’s market conditions so far this year. http://jewishvoiceny.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=14192:market-report-nyc-apartment-prices-explode-going-through-the-roof&catid=112:new-york&Itemid=295
4.6.16
New York Observer
Frederick W. Peters and Clelia W. Peters’ title changes to Chief Executive Officer and President respectively, was announced. http://observer.com/2016/04/on-the-market-four-seasons-announces-closing-starbucks-to-open-chelsea-mega-store/
4.5.16
The Real Deal
Warburg Realty announced Clelia Warburg Peters’ appointment to President of the firm, Frederick Warburg Peters’ to CEO and Kevelyn Guzman’s to COO. http://therealdeal.com/2016/04/05/clelia-peters-named-president-of-warburg/
4.1.16
The Real Deal
Frederick Peters shares his honest opinion of Donald Trump and his run for president. http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/why-donald-trump-is-the-elephant-in-the-real-estate-industry/
4.1.16
Time Out New York
Frederick Peters’ Q1 report was referenced in a review of the 2016 real estate market. http://www.timeout.com/newyork/blog/the-average-manhattan-home-now-costs-over-2-million-for-the-first-time-ever-040116
4.1.16
DNAinfo
Frederick Peters discusses 2016’s Q1 real estate market. https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160401/brooklyn-heights/manhattan-average-home-prices-cross-2m-mark-for-first-time
4.1.16
The Real Deal
Frederick Peters’ Q1 report was referenced in a review on the 2016 real estate market thus far. http://therealdeal.com/2016/04/01/the-average-manhattan-apartment-now-costs-over-2m/
4.1.16
AVENUE
Warburg’s management team was featured in Avenue’s annual spotlight on real estate’s top players. https://issuu.com/avenueinsider/docs/avenue_april_2016/94?e=2748745/34560634
3.16.16
New York Observer
Senior Real Estate Editor Kim Velsey of the Observer spends the day with Warburg’s dynamic duo, Bonnie and Ronnie. http://observer.com/2016/03/uptown-girls-hanging-out-with-bonnie-and-ronnie-real-estates-most-adorable-duo/
3.15.16
The Real Deal
Top producer Mary Anne Fusco and her team join Warburg’s 654 Madison Avenue flagship. http://therealdeal.com/2016/03/15/towns-mary-anne-fusco-heads-to-warburg/
2.17.16
Real Estate Weekly
Frederick Peters welcomed Brooklyn’s Fillmore Real Estate as the newest member of REBNY. http://rew-online.com/2016/02/17/rebny-welcomes-fillmore-real-estate/
2.1.16
The Real Deal
Warburg was ranked amongst the top 10 residential brokerages in NYC by closed sales.
1.29.16
DNAinfo
Frederick Peters weighs in on the home price outlook for 2016. Joel Moss and Samantha Frith’s exclusive 19B at 315 Seventh Avenue was also featured. https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160129/chelsea/home-price-growth-expected-slow-this-year-manhattan-brooklyn 
1.22.16
The New York Times
Frederick Peters talks about the value of staging, while Dorothy Schrager’s exclusive at 975 Park Avenue undergoes a makeover. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/24/realestate/home-staging-new-york.html?src=me&_r=0 
1.13.16
Epoch Times
Frederick Peters talks to Jane Kim about the health of the real estate market for both local and international investors. http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1940714-local-buyers-dominate-new-york-housing-market-foreign-clients-drop/
1.5.16
AM New York
Frederick Peters’ reflects on the 2015 market and the year’s closing quarter. http://www.amny.com/real-estate/manhattan-sales-prices-hit-record-highs-in-4q-2015-1.11291306 
1.5.16
DNAinfo
Frederick Peters’ fourth quarter market review is referenced in a lookback at 2015, and what’s in store for 2016. https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20160105/columbus-circle/better-odds-expected-for-manhattan-househunters-2016-brokers-say
12.1.15
The Real Deal
Fred Peters discusses the busy $1M-$3M market segment. http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/feeling-the-fire/ 
12.1.15
Avenue
Fred Peters is pictured at the 17 East 12th Street Luncheon, a new development in Greenwich Village, where speaker Michael Gross discussed the future of luxury real estate. (Page 118)
11.9.15
Conscious Magazine
Frederick Peters discusses his vision for the future of the real estate industry. http://consciousmagazine.co/frederick-warburg-peters-real-estate/ 
10.28.15
The Real Deal
Warburg was named a Top 10 Manhattan residential brokerage based on closed deals. (10/28)
10.21.15
New York Observer
Frederick Peters and Wendy Greenbaum were interviewed for a story about the history of floor plan designs on the Upper East Side. Wendy’s listing at 1185 Park Avenue was also featured. http://observer.com/2015/10/the-very-best-laid-plans-deliciously-wasteful-prewar-design-on-the-upper-east-side/ 
10.20.15
Tribeca Citizen
Warburg Realty President Frederick Warburg Peters announces that the firm has signed a 10-year lease for the retail space at 124 Hudson Street in Tribeca, just north of its previous office at 100 Hudson Street where it… More
10.14.15
Real Estate Weekly
Frederick Peters’ Q3 Market Review was mentioned in a report on the quarter’s activity. http://rew-online.com/2015/10/14/summer-sales-bring-nice-surprise/
10.6.15
The Real Deal
Warburg President Frederick Peters discusses buying and selling behaviors over the course of the third quarter. http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/buyers-falling-all-over-each-other/ 
10.1.15
Crain's
Frederick Peters discusses the third quarter in a post covering market reports. http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20151001/REAL_ESTATE/150939981/manhattan-homes-selling-at-record-pace-and-prices 
8.18.15
Brick Underground
Frederick Peters shares where his favorite streets are in New York. http://www.brickunderground.com/blog/2015/08/favorite_streets_nyc
8.13.15
New York Observer
Frederick Peters was quoted in an article about the plans to build an “ultra-luxury,” Norman Foster-designed skyscraper on East 58th Street, between First Avenue and Sutton Place. http://observer.com/2015/08/a-super-scraper-comes-to-sutton-place-maybe/
7.1.15
Real Estate Weekly
Frederick Peters’ is quoted in a report on second quarter market conditions. http://rew-online.com/2015/07/01/low-supply-keeping-prices-high-as-q2-15-closes/ 
7.1.15
Brick Underground
Frederick Peters’s second quarter market recap was mentioned. http://www.brickunderground.com/blog/2015/06/market_reports_insane_as_always
6.5.15
Real Estate Weekly
Warburg Realty announced that Skygroup Realty has merged into the nearly 120-year-old brokerage. Gabe Leibowitz, president of Skygroup Realty, along with agents Dana Goldman, Kira Forman, Alessandro Mordini, and Jim Morano will join Warburg’s Tribeca location… More
6.3.15
Inman
Frederick Peters was profiled in a Follow the Leader feature. http://www.inman.com/2015/06/03/frederick-warburg-peters-on-feeling-like-a-facilitator-to-a-talented-performer-moving-to-the-top-of-the-game/
5.18.15
CityBizList
Skygroup Realty’s announcement for their joining the firm was featured. http://newyork.citybizlist.com/article/269651/warburg-welcomes-the-skygroup-team-formerly-skygroup-realty
5.1.15
The Real Deal
Manhattan firms are, for the most part, closing more than they’re listing Listings go up and listings go down. But done deals don’t lie. This year, The Real Deal’s annual brokerage ranking includes a list of New… More
5.1.15
The Real Deal
Sotheby’s and Compass upend ranking of mid-sized firms, adding new competition to already tight playing field More nimble than industry heavyweights, but packing more punch than many smaller firms, the mid-sized brokerages on this year’s ranking acted… More
5.1.15
The Real Deal
Rivalries between Manhattan’s residential firms get ugly as battle for top talent heats up The judge in the case was incredulous, and at a March 30 hearing, she said as much. “Corcoran, the biggest real estate broker… More
2.26.15
New York Observer
On every day of every week, communications arrive in our inbox from the offices of landlords, brokers and public relations agents touting new and forthcoming residential real estate developments, mostly in Manhattan and Brooklyn. With few… More
2.5.15
BrickUnderground
There are a million little tricks of the trade when it comes to getting a good sale price for your New York City apartment, but perhaps none is more important than the concept of “co-broking,” in… More
2.2.15
New York Observer
Frederick W. Peters, the president of Warburg Realty, which is in the midst of an expansion unprecedented in the residential firm’s 118-year history, has himself led much of his life inside a tight circuit. Aside from… More
2.1.15
The Real Deal
In the world of New York City real estate, the market for über-luxury apartments can seem like the only game in town. But despite the buzz about big-ticket sales, deals above the $5 million and $10… More
1.7.15
Real Estate Weekly
In 2014, the thirst for inventory in Manhattan was quenched by a revitalized resale market and the results helped the borough maintain its 2.5-year streak of increased closing prices per square foot. Residential brokerage Urban Compass… More
1.6.15
The New York Observer
It is difficult to maintain illusions in the thin, pale light of early January—that washed-out, unfiltered brightness unkindly calling out wrinkles, dirty windows and all manner of other flaws. And as so many of us face… More
1.6.15
DNA info
The fast-paced market of 2014 has given way to a more even-keeled 2015 as bidding wars have cooled, some real estate experts say. This doesn’t mean that huge price drops are in store, but buyers may… More
1.6.15
The Wall Street Journal
The price of a Manhattan apartment soared to near record levels in the last quarter of 2014, highlighting the increasingly separate apartment markets for the city’s superrich and just about everyone else. Strong fourth-quarter sales in… More
1.5.15
The Real Deal
After last year’s banner year, real estate pros weigh in on the outlook for 2015 There was plenty of Dom to go around on New Year’s Eve, with both the commercial and residential sides of the… More
12.29.14
The Wall Street Journal
Clelia Warburg Peters and father Frederick Warburg Peters in Warburg Realty’s soon-to-open fourth office. ANDREW HINDERAKER FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Clelia Warburg Peters left her career in management consulting behind last year to try something completely… More
10.1.14
The Mann Report
What does clean water in the developing world have to dowith residential real estate in New York City? The two had very little incommon until Jason Haber found a way to connect them. For many New… More
8.26.14
DNAinfo
MANHATTAN — A 2,520-square-foot gut-renovated loft on the corner of Soho’s Spring and Wooster streets, just above a Chanel boutique, recently saw a price cut of $1 million. The apartment initially slashed its price by 4… More
8.22.14
The New York Times
By many measures, Jeff Huston and his wife, Lisa Medvedik-Huston, arrived late to Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They weren’t among the first waves of artists and hipsters in the early-to-mid ’90s to cross the East River in search… More
7.2.14
New York Magazine
Brokerage firms released their second-quarter reports for Manhattan’s real estate market today, and on paper, it’s been another nutty three months. Inventory continues to be a problem (though it’s getting better), with the number of listings… More
7.1.14
DNAinfo
Co-op prices shot up a whopping 71 percent in Brooklyn in the past year with Manhattan apartments rising 34 percent, according to real estate market reports released Tuesday. The average price of co-ops in Brownstone Brooklyn,… More
7.1.14
The Real Deal
The Manhattan sales market eased up in the second quarter — but there were still plenty of deals transacted, according to Douglas Elliman’s quarterly report released Tuesday. And the average price of a sale went up… More
7.1.14
The Wall Street Journal
After a run-up in prices over much of the past year, the Manhattan apartment market slowed during the second quarter, with inventory rising above record lows in recent quarters, and the number of contracts signed falling,… More
3.28.14
LuxuryRealEstate.com
Frederick Warburg Peters, President of Warburg Realty, one of Manhattan’s leading residential real estate companies, will be honored at this year’s Our Town OTTY Awards on April 2nd. The OTTY Awards were created by Our Town… More
1.14.14
Press Release
WARBURG REALTY® ANNOUNCES TOP 2013 BROKERS Wendy Greenbaum, Richard Steinberg and Jay Glazer Lead the Firm’s Most Successful Agents Warburg Realty®, one of Manhattan’s leading residential real estate companies, has announced its top 10 brokers for… More
1.3.14
New York Post
The median sale price for new luxury homes in Manhattan jumped 72 percent — to $7.85 million — in the last year, up from a mere $4.564 million in the last quarter of 2012. Real estate… More
1.3.14
New York Observer
Contact sports are best suited to youth. As athletes age, the battery of head-to-head competition, the elevated heart rates of high-pressure moments and the agony of defeat can become—if not quite deadly—at least intensely frustrating. Inter-generational… More
12.19.13
New York Post
Whatever else can be said about 2013, it marks the end of an era in real estate. After 12 years presiding over a seemingly boundless real estate market — even with a catastrophic crash wedged in… More
10.27.13
Mann Report Newswire
Warburg Realty®, one of Manhattan’s leading residential real estate companies, is looking to open its first Brooklyn office in 2014, announced Frederick Warburg Peters, president of Warburg Realty. The firm has also begun the redesign of… More
10.21.13
The Real Deal
Warburg Realty is preparing to make the big jump across the river and open its first Brooklyn location – though the specifics have yet to be nailed down, the residential brokerage’s president, Frederick Peters, told The… More
10.16.13
Press Release
Warburg Realty, one of Manhattan’s leading residential real estate companies, is looking to open its first Brooklyn office in 2014, announced Frederick Warburg Peters, president of Warburg Realty.  The firm has also begun the redesign of… More
10.11.13
New York Magazine
Let the West Coast have his castle in San Simeon. On this side of the country, William Randolph Hearst — along with his infamous mistress, Marion Davies — lived in a comparatively modest, though still stately,… More
9.12.13
The Real Deal
Brokerage partners with StreetEasy to launch “Warburg Mobile” Warburg Realty, one of Manhattan’s oldest residential brokerages, is getting in the smartphone and tablet game, partnering with StreetEasy to launch a mobile app that provides up-to-date information… More
9.11.13
Inman
Warburg Realty website will feature ManhattanSideways.com’s ‘Side Picks neighborhoods’ New York City-based luxury real estate brokerage Warburg Realty has joined forces with a website dedicated to exploring the “hidden gems” of Manhattan’s side streets. The site,… More
9.11.13
CityBizList
Warburg Realty®, one of Manhattan’s oldest and most respected residential real estate companies, has announced a new partnership with Manhattan Sideways, an informative and engaging website that explores the treasures of Manhattan’s side streets while promoting… More
9.9.13
Press Release
New York – September 9, 2013 – Warburg Realty®, one of Manhattan’s oldest and most respected residential real estate companies, has announced a new partnership with Manhattan Sideways, an informative and engaging website that explores the… More
9.1.13
LEADERS Magazine
  Frederick Peters is a graduate of Yale College with a master’s and extensive predoctoral work in music. He entered the real estate business as a residential agent in 1980. After working as a manager at… More
8.19.13
The New York Times
Alex Dietrich, a real estate agent with Nest Seekers International, has recently found himself fielding an unwelcome question from some clients. “They ask, ‘Have you been demoted?’” said Mr. Dietrich, who was a vice president and… More
8.19.13
The New York Times
Frederick Peters and Harriet Kaufman discuss the illegality of titles for real estate brokers. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/20/nyregion/real-estate-brokers-lose-some-curb-appeal.html?_r=0 
7.8.13
CityBizList
The second quarter trajectory of New York real estate fell into two distinct categories this year: before the Memorial Day holiday and after it. While there continues to be competitive bidding for some well-priced properties, the… More
7.2.13
The Real Deal
A Day in the life of: Frederick Peters Warburg Realty president talks about hand-picking the firm’s agents and his obsessive cleaning habit 7 a.m. I wake up naturally at seven. Then I lie in bed and gather… More
4.1.13
LEADERS Magazine
Q. Warburg is known as a luxury player. Is your niche only the top tier or is it broader? A. I hope it’s broader. I would like to think that we would be known for how we provide… More
3.23.13
Press Release
Warburg Realty, one of Manhattan’s oldest and most respected residential real estate companies, has officially moved its headquarters to the state-of-the-art offices at 654 Madison Avenue in Manhattan. The new, cutting-edge location supports the company’s commitment… More
2.8.13
The New York Times
Faced With Apartment Shortage, Brokers Get Creative A shortage of New York City apartments for sale is forcing real estate agents to take extreme, if not desperate, measures in order to conjure up listings. One tactic… More
2.4.13
SCENE Magazine
My career in real estate has been one of complete serendipity. When my wife and I first bought our apartment, in 1977, I was bitten by the real estate bug. Even though I was a graduate… More
2.1.13
Mann Report Residential
Warburg Realty, one of New York’s oldest and most respected residential brokerage firms, has created a new look which focuses on the firm’s historic commitment to customer service and local market knowledge. The campaign includes a… More
2.1.13
Mann Report Residential
Warburg Realty, one of New York’s oldest and most respected residential brokerage firms, held its annual awards ceremony during the firm’s holiday gathering on December 11th at Dylan’s Candy Bar in Manhattan.  Frederick W. Peters, president… More
2.1.13
The Real Deal
To outsiders, it may be hard to distinguish between New York City’s big real estate firms. But behind the scenes, even firms of similar sizes and reputations can have vastly different ownership structures. Many of the… More
7.1.12
Avenue
As a psychoanalyst at heart, I’ve always been fascinated by what makes captains of industry “tick.” I chose Frederick Peters, president of Warburg Realty, for my first column because I admire his capacity to lead fearlessly,… More
5.1.12
Avenue
Manhattan Market Movers Green shoots in the 2012 market,  the rise of the foreign buyer, and new insights into the age-old  question of condos  vs. co-ops Why did the homebuyers cross the ocean?  To get to… More
1.4.12
The Real Deal
In real estate, everybody has an opinion, as readers of The Real Deal perhaps know best (see our infamous comments section). And at the start of every year, heavyweights in residential and commercial real estate weigh… More
12.31.11
The Real Deal
In the wake of Sandy Weill’s reported $88 million sale of his 15 Central Park West penthouse, The Real Deal wanted to touch base and see if real estate executives had any last minute predictions for… More
12.29.11
The New York Times
EVEN as 2011 was a year of stable prices and steady sales in Manhattan real estate, it may go down in history as a banner year for co-op and condo board vetoes. Real estate brokers, lawyers… More
12.7.11
CityBizList
New York, NY – Warburg Realty Partnership, one of New York’s oldest and most respected residential brokerage firms, held their annual awards ceremony during the firm’s holiday gathering on December 6th at Session 73 in Manhattan…. More
11.22.11
ynetnews.com
In Real Deal real estate magazine’s annual forum, speakers offer investment tips and caution against investment in commercial property on city’s outskirts “Our market is good, probably the best in the world. There’s New York and… More
5.23.11
The New York Times
The party, in a triplex loft floating high above the East River, was just getting started a little after 6 p.m. on Wednesday. The models, leggy young women dressed in Nina Ricci, Proenza Schouler and Calvin… More
4.28.11
The Real Deal
Frederick Peters and David Jacobs of Warburg Realty, Property Price $7.23 million, 30 East 72nd Street – Roberto Buarton purchased the four bedroom, three bathroom co-op.
2.13.11
Crain's New York
Selling a full-floor loft in TriBeCa was hardly a cakewalk for Deborah Lupard of Warburg Realty. The private rooftop space was sorely in need of an update and had a vent that blasted cooking fumes from… More
2.4.11
The Real Deal
REBNY President Steven Spinola, Rep. Anthony Weiner, Warburg President Frederick Peters, Elaine Mayers of Citi Habitats and Stacey Max of Bellmarc Realty Tuesday’s approval of an amendment to a proposed Federal Housing Finance Agency ruling dealing… More
1.21.11
Real Estate Weekly
Africa Israel USA announced that Warburg Realty has been appointed the sales and marketing agent for 20 Pine The Collection. Deborah DeMaria, Diane Sutherland and Caleb Hartzler, agents from Warburg’s Tribeca office will market the final… More
1.6.11
TV by The Numbers
Popular Series Returns Thursday, January 6, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT The excitement of New York City’s high-end real estate market, with its unique, often incredible urban dwellings, returns to HGTV in the compelling second season of… More
1.3.11
Crain's New York
Demand for high-end apartments costing $5 million or more is robust; industry observers predict 2011 will bring stable prices and sales activity. Last year, the city’s residential real estate market stabilized with sales levels reaching historically… More
1.1.11
The Real Deal
Not much good news ahead for the NYC residential market, but predictions aren’t that terrible, either Possible price erosion. No more government stimulus propping up the market. But all with the saving grace of more stability…. More
12.14.10
The Real Deal
Richard Steinberg, executive managing director with Warburg Realty, was presented with his firm’s top prize last night, based on his 2010 sales performance, during Warburg’s annual award ceremony. Wendy Greenbaum, also an executive managing director, took… More
12.1.10
The Real Deal
If the casting for season two of HGTV’s “Selling New York” is to be believed, experienced actors, singers and models have an inside edge on the popular real estate-themed reality show. Producers went on the hunt… More
10.31.10
The New York Times
Mr. Peters, 58, is the president of Warburg Realty Partnership, an independent residential brokerage firm that specializes in luxury property. Warburg is involved in several new developments, including Twenty9th Park Madison, a condominium near Madison Square… More
10.28.10
Brokers Weekly
Warburg Realty Partnership, one of New York’s oldest and most respected residential brokerage firms, has joined the cast of HGTV’s weekly series Selling New York. The series, which premiered in March 2010, gives viewers a glimpse… More
9.10.10
Bis Now
Technology is blurring the lines of marketing and building a reach that was unimaginable in days of print, says Warburg Realty Partnership president Frederick Peters, whose firm has been leveraging technologies like the iPhone, blogging, and… More
9.1.10
The Real Deal
The Real Estate Board of New York has recently taken several steps to help give its members better access to data in the increasingly digitized world of residential real estate. As of July 1, REBNY instituted… More
8.24.10
The New York Observer
CB Richard Ellis Vice Chairman Darcy Stacom has set records for her commercial real estate closings, but, according to city records, the winsome blonde and husband Chris Kraus, a managing director at Jones Lang LaSalle, recently… More
7.20.10
The Wall Street Journal
The sale of a sharply marked-down townhouse on one of Manhattan’s most exclusive blocks could deflate sale prices for townhouses throughout an elite neighborhood. Brokers were in disbelief when Shelley and Donald Rubin, founder of a… More
7.16.10
Urban Digs
A: Here is an excellent summation on the first half of 2010 by Frederick Peters, President of Warburg Realty. Fred really combines his experience and wisdom with his ‘in the field’ observations, anectdotal reports from his… More
6.25.10
The Wall Street Journal
In the upper stratosphere of the Manhattan real-estate market there are a few buildings that seem impervious to the downward drag of the economy. Fifteen Central Park West is one of these, if a recent deal… More
5.27.10
The Wall Street Journal
Workers excavate a site on East 57th Street where construction had been delayed by the financial crisis. When New York Schools Chancellor Joel Klein broke ground last week at a development site for two schools and… More
5.7.10
New York Daily News
It all started a few weeks ago. First came the return of Tiger Woods, then the volcano eruption, then the sudden return of the real estate market. All over the five boroughs, reports started flying in… More
5.6.10
Real Estate Weekly
Experts debate should social media sites be strictly business for brokers? In the marketing era where agents need to be everywhere and anywhere, is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? As… More
4.29.10
Real Estate Weekly
New York City’s real estate market came dramatically back to life during the first quarter of 2010. As buyers and sellers grew more in sync regarding value, absorption increased.  Demand outstripped supply in several areas of… More
4.12.10
The Real Deal
While it’s true that most brokers can’t read minds, with a VOW they can come pretty close. Real estate pros say that VOWs, also known as “Virtual Office Web sites,” can give agents a backstage pass… More
3.19.10
Crain's New York
Firms employ new technology and social media to lure more online visitors and compete with third-party sites. Local residential brokerage firms are embracing technology in a move to remain competitive and lure buyers to their Web… More

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