Paula Del Nunzio has specialized in townhouses, penthouses and townhouse equivalent spaces for the past 25 years and her encyclopedic knowledge of the townhouse market is a unique benefit to sellers as well as buyers. Since just 2006, Paula has closed over $1.46 Billion in only 82 townhouse sales, and achieved an average of 94% of the last asking price. In the last ten years, Paula has been ranked number 1, 2, and 3 in multiple years, within Brown Harris Stevens. Awarded the Broker of the Year by BHS in 2008, Paula was also recognized by BHS in 2014 as Townhouse Broker of the Year and in 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2008 when she was also recognized for completing the highest resale of a condominium in Manhattan for a high-floor apartment at 15 Central Park West where she also holds the record for the highest rental price paid in the building. In November 2017, Paula closed on the sale of 50 East 69th Street for $52 Million, the highest sale of a residential townhouse in 2017. In the first quarter of 2017, Paula set a record in the new development condominium market representing the purchaser of the 83rd floor of 432 Park Avenue selling for $65,163,580. In the past, Paula has been ranked by the Wall Street Journal as the third highest grossing broker in the United States. In June 2013 Paula set the record for the highest price paid for a 20-foot-wide townhouse, representing the seller of 21 Beekman Place for $34,350,000. Paula has represented the sellers of 12 townhouse sales in New York over $30 million, including the record sale of the Harkness Mansion at 4 East 75th Street for $53 Million and the unique achievement of selling 1009 Fifth Avenue, the Duke-Semans Mansion, first in 2006 for $40 Million then reselling it in 2010 for $44 Million, an increase of 10 percent. Paula's record-setting townhouse sales include: 4 East 75th Street: The Harkness Mansion: 50' wide, sold for $53 Million 50 East 69th Street: The Dommerich Mansion: 44' wide limestone faade, 21,000 SF, sold for $52 Million 115 East 70th Street: Neo-Georgian 30' wide, 15,500 SF, sold for $51 Million, designer renovation The Milbank Mansion: 48' wide 22,000 SF mansion off Fifth Avenue, sold for $49 Million The Duke-Semans Mansion: 19,350 SF corner mansion sold for $44 Million The Stanford White Mansion: 15,225 SF mansion with original details sold for $42 Million 1014 Madison Avenue: a 25' wide mixed-use townhouse, sold for $41 Million The Duke-Semans Mansion: 27' wide building on Fifth Avenue, sold for $40 Million in 2006 18 East 80th Street Townhouse: triple-mint six-story 25' wide, sold for $37.5 Million The John Duncan Mansion: 25' wide just off Fifth Avenue sold for $35 Million The Town Club: a 50' wide Delano & Aldrich masterpiece of 28,000 SF Paula has sold 122 townhouses in her career and, including sales of luxury condominiums and cooperatives, has brokered sales in excess of $2 billion in volume. In the past eight years, Paula was listed in the New York Observer's list of the 100 most powerful people in real estate. Frequently appearing on CNBC's power lunch, Paula has also appeared in the press on the subject of luxury real estate on the front page of the New York Times, New York Magazine, the New York Observer and in television segments for CNN, MSNBC, Fox, several Russian and Mid-East media outlets, and most recently the BBC. Her background is varied. Having graduated from Vassar College with a BA in literature, she went on to study chemistry at Columbia University and then film production and finance at the New School. She has been the Vice President of TV and film production at Wells, Rich, Greene Advertising in Los Angeles, and the executive producer at Ogilvy & Mather advertising for Mattel, Honda, and Proctor & Gamble accounts. In addition, she produced trailers for over 20 Columbia Pictures feature films. Ms. Del Nunzio's 14-year career in advertising gave her the background to create proven, successful marketing campaigns for high-end properties. Residing in Los Angeles for ten years, as well as in London and Hamburg, Ms. Del Nunzio has studied French, Spanish, German, and Russian. She is a member of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, Vassar Club, American Irish Society and is on the board of trustees of the Kaufman Center. She is a preservationist, with a country home in Millbrook, and her interests include reading on historical subjects, chess, tennis, and riding Polish Arabians.