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Celeste Martin, a former actress who died in December 2018, owns  eight townhouses valued at $25 million. Her holdings include a vacant four-story townhouse on Waverly Place where she used to live, and six connected,
landmarked buildings on Christopher and Gay Streets that include two retail
stores and 31 apartments, of which 28 are rent-stabilized. Stephen P. Wald Real
Estate Associates
 is selling the entire Martin portfolio.

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Curbed

Park Slope’s formerly pink brownstone was different, to say the least, but it was not the quirkiest colored home in the city. Washington Square Park Blog posted the above photo of 114 Waverly Place today, writing “I never noticed this house, ever strangely enough,” which makes us a tad less embarrassed to admit the same. So we did a bit of digging to learn when and why the house found its whimsy.

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New York Post

Celeste Martin, a former actress who died in December 2018, owns  eight townhouses valued at $25 million. Her holdings include a vacant four-story townhouse on Waverly Place where she used to live, and six connected,
landmarked buildings on Christopher and Gay Streets that include two retail
stores and 31 apartments, of which 28 are rent-stabilized. Stephen P. Wald Real
Estate Associates
 is selling the entire Martin portfolio.

Read More

Curbed

Park Slope’s formerly pink brownstone was different, to say the least, but it was not the quirkiest colored home in the city. Washington Square Park Blog posted the above photo of 114 Waverly Place today, writing “I never noticed this house, ever strangely enough,” which makes us a tad less embarrassed to admit the same. So we did a bit of digging to learn when and why the house found its whimsy.

Read More

The Stoler Report - Art & Science of Networking in the 21st Century

01-30-2019

Stephen P. Wald, as a featured guest, talked about networking on The Stoler Report on CUNY TV.

The Stoler Report - Art & Science of Networking in the 21st Century

01-30-2019

Stephen P. Wald, as a featured guest, talked about networking on The Stoler Report on CUNY TV.

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