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The Anderson-Ehrmann Team
At Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Bruce Ehrmann

Bruce Ehrmann

140 Franklin St

New York, NY 10013

Office: 212.965.6035

Mobile: 917.509.7209


Bruce Ehrmann has 20 years of extensive real estate experience in the Manhattan and Brooklyn markets. He is an expert in all types of residential properties, with many high-visibility clients from the arts and entertainment community. He has been the exclusive marketing agent or project manager for a number of highly successful development projects, including The Reade Street Houses, The Franklin Tower, Tower 270, The Porter House (listed recently as one of the 54 most splendid buildings in New York City), One Brooklyn Bridge Park, Loft25, The New Yorker Condominium, The and many others."

With Douglas Elliman, Bruce Ehrmann is currently representing Taconic Investment Partners' The Sterling Mason, at 71 Laight Street, designed by Morris Adjmi with interiors by John and Christine Gachot. The Sterling Mason, with a sellout of over $250 million, has been celebrated for having the finest layouts and design downtown. Bruce is also Director of Sales at SK Development and CB Developers' Reade Chambers, at 71 Reade Street, designed by Annabelle Selldorf Architects.

Notable recent sales of Bruce's include the $21 and $23 million sales of two penthouses of The Sterling Mason, at well over $4,000/square foot; a $15 million residence in the West Village's most highly acclaimed new development, 150 Charles Street; the $9.225 million Apartment 13C/D in 75 Central Park West, with 60 feet of frontage to Central Park; and a $9 million duplex in 118 Riverside Drive, with interior design by Roman & Williams. Notable current listings of Bruce's are the $18.95 million, 9,300-square foot triplex maisonette with a private swimming pool in the landmarked American Express Carriage House at 60 Collister Street, in Tribeca; a $10 million penthouse at 30 East 76th Street; and the $8.75 million Penthouse A at Reade Chambers, which is the final residence available for sale there.

Bruce and his wife, the artist Sandi Slone, have lived in Tribeca for over 26 years, where he has been actively involved in the neighborhood, as Co-Chair of Manhattan Community Board One's Landmarks Committee, a consulting party to the federal Section 106 Process of the World Trade Center site, and an appointed member of the World Trade Center Memorial Committee of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, which covers most public art installations for Downtown Manhattan and Governors Island.

A graduate of Columbia University, Bruce was a reporter and worked for The New York Times, National Public Radio, and ABC's Good Morning America before entering real estate.

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