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Wall Street Tycoon And Milwaukee Bucks Owner Has Listed His NYC Duplex For $17 Million

Wesley Edens, founder of the equity firm Fortress Investment Group and owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, has just put his home of 20 years on the market for $17 million, according to the New York Daily News. With over 6,000 square feet of space, the pre-war classic Upper West Side duplex has six-bedrooms, four-bathrooms, and …

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Luxury Realtor, sports and entertainment entrepreneur, and master networker

Jordan Stuart As a luxury Realtor, sports and entertainment entrepreneur, and master networker, Jordan Stuart is consistently ranked as one of the top Washington D.C.-area agents. He fell hard for real estate right out of college when he bought his first home and found himself enjoying the buying process. Even though he had a busy …

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Fired Capitals Coach Todd Reirden Is Selling His DC-Area Mansion for $2,250,000

It’s barely been a week since the Capitals fired head coach Todd Reirden, but his Falls Church mansion is already on the market. The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom house sits on 2.3 acres, and was listed Monday for $2,250,000 by Keller Williams agent Jordan Stuart.   Reirden bought the property from radio DJ Elliot Segal—better known as DC 101’s Elliot in …

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Nationals players have turned to Jordan Stuart for real estate

Kyle Barraclough If you ever wondered how athletes find their housing, they generally turn to a real estate expert who specializes in the needs of athletes, but keep in mind — it is not a one size fits all type of deal. Not everyone is Max Scherzer who bought a mansion overlooking the Potomac River on a tony …

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Amazon HQ2’s neighborhood counts a former NBA All-Star among its homeowners

Jeff Teague In another indicator of how sought-after the real estate near Amazon’s HQ2 has become, even an NBA player with no ties to Greater Washington is an investor in the Crystal City market.   Jeff Teague, a point guard for the Atlanta Hawks, bought a 935-square-foot apartment at 1200 Crystal Drive in Crystal City just two …

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Wayne Rooney’s former crash pad at The Wharf just sold

Jason Levien, the lead owner, co-chairman and CEO of D.C. United, has sold his luxury condo at The Wharf to attorney Robert B. Pincus for $2.85 million.   Levien never lived in the seventh-floor condo at the Vio building at 45 Sutton Square SW, instead using the furnished unit as temporary lodging for clients, colleagues — and …

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Antonio Brown Selling Suburban Pennsylvania Mansion for $2.3M

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ former wide receiver was traded to the Oakland Raiders earlier this year. And he also moved on from his mansion in Gibsonia, PA, an upscale area about 30 minutes north of Heinz Field. The wideout bought the newly built home in 2014 for $1.91 million. The 8,797-square-foot home sits on 3 acres and has five bedrooms and …

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When Players Get Traded, Jordan Stuart Helps Them Move

Tony Jefferson If you’ve ever watched Moneyball and viewed the scene in which Billy Beane cleans house –the one where Beane and his sidekick played by Jonah Hill trade Jeremy Giambi and Carlos Peña– you might wonder what happens once the traded player leaves the clubhouse. Does every Major League Baseball team, or every pro sports team, for …

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