2018 - Real Estate Weekly LEADING LADIES
2018 - Bisnow Power Women Award
2013 & 2015 - Eastern Consolidated’s Broker of the Year and Investment Sales Broker of the Year
Named a “Woman of Influence” for over a decade by ALM’s GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum
Commercial Observer’s “People to Watch”
Commercial Observer: Chrysler Building Hits the Market, Could Go for $500M-Plus
The Wall Street Journal: Chrysler Building, a Famed Slice of Manhattan Skyline, Is on the Block
Commercial Observer: Compass Making Push Into Office Leasing With Hiring of Colliers' James Emden
Connect New York: Polsineli Brokers Sale of Greenwich Village Retail Condo
Commpercial Property Executive: Three Street Realty Sells Greenwich Village Retail Asset
REBusiness Online: Compass Commercial Arranges Sale of 8,400 SF Retail Center in Greenwich Village
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For renowned industry expert Adelaide Polsinelli, real estate isn’t a job,
it’s a way of life. With that passionate attitude and a deep well of
talent, she’s been breaking records and shaping industry trends throughout
her more than 30 years in the business. She has an impeccable decades-long
track record of consistently selling real estate backed by extensive market
knowledge, experience and a solid reputation of commitment to her customers.
Adelaide has sold over 1,400 properties valued at over $20 billion in every asset class, including multifamily, retail, office, SROs, IMDs, co-ops and condo sales, unsold shares, retail condos, partnership interests, loans, note sales, hotels, air rights, inclusionary rights, assemblages, developments and garages. She has sold over $1.4 billion in the last six years, spanning NYC, Miami, Boston, Chicago and most of the northeast corridor.
In addition to selling and advising on all real estate asset classes, Ms. Polsinelli previously headed the Retail Sales Division at Eastern Consolidated, where she led the firm’s brokerage, advisory, financial structuring and marketing services for the sale of all retail driven deals from retail condominiums, office buildings, taxpayers, shopping centers, mixed use residential buildings, and hotels, to high street retail properties. Through her leadership, she was instrumental in classifying retail condos as a new real estate asset class, the urban equivalent to triple-net-leased properties.
Adelaide’s mission of treating each deal not as a commodity but as a creation, allowed her to achieve record breaking prices for notable deals such as: The $107,000,000 Lee Portfolio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, The Hotel Verite at 893 Broadway, The Sutton Place 280,000 square foot development, SoHo’s “The King of Greene” building at 72-76 Greene Street; 530 Lincoln Road and the “Diesel/ Dash” Retail Center in the heart of South Beach; The Hit Factory at 421 West 54th Street; 711 Madison Avenue “The Roberto Cavalli Building; The “Children’s Wear” office building in Midtown; The Marriott Courtyard Hotel site by the New Freedom Tower, The “Stefano Ricci” retail flagship on Park Avenue; The famed “Knitting Factory” building in TriBeCa; The Promenade a 350 unit Mitchell Lama Building; The “Le Figaro Café” building on Bleecker Street; The “Interior Design Building” in Midtown East; The “Dylan Hotel” on 41st Street; a nine-building package in Chelsea; four prominent Upper West Side hotels; and the “Eastbridge Landing” development site at First Avenue. Ms. Polsinelli was responsible for the development of a Times Square $200 million hotel development which is now a Marriott Hotel. She is also well established as the go-to broker for lenders, having sold portfolios of notes, loans and REO’s.
She is regularly called upon as a well-regarded co-op and condo expert, known for uncovering value for co-op and condos by methodically structuring the various components of their real estate to generate optimum value. She has created assemblages using inclusionary air rights and buying air rights from co-ops and condos, as well as unfolding entire co-ops and reorganizing the retail leases resulting in unexpected windfalls.
With utter devotion to helping owners create wealth, Adelaide has earned a reputation for her methodical and strategic approach, her ability to identify and forecast trends, and her knack for creating opportunities and driving value. She’s also an uncanny matchmaker who considers every introduction an opportunity to connect people and drive deals. Adelaide comes to Compass with a stellar career of selling and advising on all asset classes.
Not only is Ms. Polsinelli is a celebrated expert in the industry for her ability to identify and forecast trends, but she can formulate opportunities to create additional value in her assignments. With her expertise and value-added approach to traditional investment scenarios, Ms. Polsinelli has mastered the art of building lucrative portfolios for her clients while also creatively resolving complex situations involving partnership disputes, financing challenges and various other obstacles.
She is a co-op and condo liaison, sought after columnist, and speaker whose articles have appeared widely in the press. She is a contributing writer for several industry publications such as The Commercial Observer, Shopping Center Business, Real Estate Weekly, The Mann Report, National Real Estate Investor, The Real Estate Journal, The Retail Report, Real Estate Forum among others. She is an expert speaker and industry thought leader for a variety of functions and panels.
Ms. Polsinelli is well known for her mentoring program where she offers college students opportunities to learn the business under her guidance. She has been named a “Woman of Influence” for over a decade by ALM’s GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum and one of Commercial Observer’s “People to Watch”. Ms. Polsinelli has also been the recipient of the prestigious Investment Sales Broker of The Year Award. She is also featured on Globe St.com as one of New York City’s Signature Brokers.
Ms. Polsinelli has been a guest lecturer at New York University’s real estate school. She has also been a regular source and thought leader for the Wall Street Journal, Crains, New York Public Radio, New York Times, New York Post, and Globest.com. She has also been a guest speaker at New York Appraisers Institute, Bloomberg News, Commercial Observer, and REBNY.
Prior to joining Compass, Ms. Polsinelli was a Principal at Eastern Consolidated, as well as Vice President at a publicly traded national investment sales firm. She has served on the Board of Directors of both the Kidney & Urology Foundation of America and the St. George Foundation. Most notably she had served as President of 2 Fifth Avenue for over a decade, a 350-unit co-op building where she successfully bought the land under the ground lease for the co-op. She founded the Central Village Co-op/Condo Association (CVCA).
Adelaide holds a degree in finance and real estate from NYU and is a member of REBNY, ICSC and CIASF.
- $189,000,000 sale of the Sutton Place Development site in New York, NY.
- $115,000,000 sale of 151 East 56th Street aka 677-679 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY.
- $107,000,000 sale of the 18 building package - The Lee Portfolio in Williamsburg,Brooklyn, NY.
- $98,000,000 49-year lease of 453 Broome Street, New York, NY.
- $63,000,000 sale of 339 Washington Street, Boston, MA.
- $58,000,000 Roberto Cavalli retail building at 711 Madison Avenue, New York, NY.
- $42,000,000 sale of 61-63 Crosby Street, New York, NY. Unco-oped a co-op.
- $41,500,000 sale of 72-76 Greene Street, New York, NY. “The King of Greene” elevatored loft/office buildings.
- $34,000,000 ground lease and lease hold sale of 893 Broadway, New York, NY.
- $31,000,000 ground lease sale of 2 Fifth Avenue New York, NY. 350 unit co-op.
- $30,000,000 sale of 530 Lincoln Road, Miami, FL. Retail trophy once owned by the family of Gloria Estefan of the Miami Sound Machine.
- $28,500,000 development site, now a new 40 story Marriott Hotel near the Freedom Towerat 133-135 Greenwich Street, New York, NY.
- $28,000,000 debt and equity sale at 148 West 28th Street, New York, NY.
- $26,000,000 sale of 10,444 square foot retail condo + mini storage package at 262-272Mott Street, New York, NY.
- $24,000,000 sale of retail flagship on 624 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL.
- $23,200,000 sale of 320 East 82nd Street, New York, NY.
- $21,000,000 sale of 640,642-644 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY.
- $18,500,000 sale of 32-story, 318 unit Mitchell Lama apartment building at 150 West 225th Street “The Promenade,” New York, NY.
- $18,000,000 5,200 square foot retail unit at 136 West 22nd Street, New York, NY.
- $16,000,000 debt and equity sale at 146 West 28th Street, New York, NY.
- $16,000,000 debt and equity sale at Dunkin & Bridgebar - 3600 Broadway, New York, NY.
- $15,750,000 sale of 558 Broome Street, New York, NY.
- $14,750,000 sale of 135 West Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, NY.
- $13,800,000 sale of office building at 272 West 27th Street, New York, NY.
- $13,200,000 sale of 801 Washington Avenue - Miami Beach Diesel Retail Center in Miami, FL.
- $13,000,000 sale of 216 Bowery, New York, NY.
- $10,400,000 mixed-use building at 37 West 19th Street, New York, NY.
- $10,300,000 sale of 381-387 Lenox Avenue, New York, NY.
- $10,200,000 sale of retail condo at 31 East 28th Street, New York, NY.
- $10,000,000 vacant development site at 372 Broadway, New York, NY.
- $10,000,000 5-story, 40 unit walk-up apartment building at 521-523 East 12th Street, New York, NY.
- $9,900,000 4-story, walk-up mixed-use building at 51 MacDougal Street, New York, NY.
- $9,800,000 6-story, mixed-use residential building at 1854 Second Avenue, New York, NY.
- $9,350,000 commercial building at 84 Bowery, New York, NY
- $9,000,000 2,500 square foot mixed-use building at 133 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
- $9,000,000 sale of air rights at 428 East 58th Street, New York, NY.
- $8,700,000 Stefano Ricci retail flagship at 407 Park Avenue, New York, NY.
- $8,600,000 residential building at 36 Riverside Drive, New York, NY.
- $8,500,000 mixed-use walk-up building at 90 Chambers Street, New York, NY.
- $8,500,000 garage lease at 2 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY.
- $7,500,000 development site at 210 Bowery Street, New York, NY.
- $7,500,000 leasehold sale of 893 Broadway, New York, NY.
- $7,250,000 mixed-use building at 27 East 20th Street, New York, NY.
- $7,200,000 retail condominium at “The Hit Factory” 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY.
- $7,000,000 sale of air rights at 426 East 58th Street, New York, NY.
- $6,995,000 debt and equity sale at 68-70 Richardson Street, Brooklyn, NY.
- $6,995,000 debt and equity sale at 471 Washington Street, New York, NY.
- $6,250,000 sale of 321 East 58th Street, New York, NY.
- $6,000,000 retail lease at 11 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY to New York Kids’ Club.
- $5,750,000 retail building at 1790-1792 3rd Avenue, New York, NY.
- $5,600,000 residential building at 216 & 218 East 36th Street, New York, NY.
- $5,400,000 sale of retail condo at 2012-2018 Broadway, New York, NY
- $5,200,000 retail strip center at 1257-1267 Forest Avenue, Staten Island, NY.
- $5,100,000 retail condo at 150 East 55th Street, New York, NY.
- $4,500,000 sale of retail condominium at 40 East 20th Street, New York, NY.
- $4,500,000 retail lease at 28 Bond Street, New York, NY.
- $4,300,000 garden apartment complex at 26 Waldron Avenue, Nyack, NY.
- $3,650,000 retail lease at 168 Suffolk Street, New York, NY.
- $3,575,000 retail building at 30 Cliff Street, New York, NY.
- $3,500,000 retail lease at 9 East 8th Street, New York, NY.
- $3,250,000 debt and equity sale at 484 Humboldt Street, Brooklyn, NY.
- $3,200,000 retail condominium at 68 Thomas Street, New York, NY.
- $3,000,000 unsold shares at 50 East 8th Street, New York, NY.
- $2,500,000 sale of retail condominium at 119 Chambers Street, New York, NY.
- $2,185,000 retail unit at 136 West 22nd Street, New York, NY.
Real Estate Weekly - Dec. 19, 2018: Seven-storefront strip in Village sold Compass’s Adelaide Polsinelli and Mitchell Goldstick arranged the sale of the entire retail component and parking garage located at 44-58 East Eighth Street, the main retail strip of the Greenwich Village. The retail strip, between Mercer and Greene Streets, is comprised of seven retail stores spanning over 8,400 square feet and a 40 underground space parking garage. The new owner will have the option to build out over 1,500 square feet of additional retail space. Tenants include Dunkin Donuts, Verizon, UBreakIFix, Jay’s nail salon, a brand new deli and corner Chinese restaurant. Adelaide Polsinelli and Mitchell Goldstick, represented both the seller, Three Street Realty Co., and the purchaser, a local investor. “This prime Greenwich Village location made the commercial space extremely attractive to the buyers,” Polsinelli said. “The area has one of the highest concentrations of students in New York City and is easily accessible with public transportation.” Earlier in the year, Adelaide Polsinelli and Mitchell Goldstick, also sold the remaining unsold share package in the co-op. Built in 1952, the six-story co-op has a total of 121 residential units, 40 car underground parking, air rights, and seven commercial units.