Peter Browne

Peter Browne

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

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Columbia University, NYC
Spring Hill College, Bachelor of Arts (B.A), History
About Peter
A native New Yorker who's familiar with all the social and cultural aspects of the city and boroughs, Peter has been a hardworking, seasoned real estate professional for over 25 years. Extremely knowledgeable about the real estate market and emerging neighborhoods, Peter has sold lofts, pre-war and post-war apartments, and townhouses, as well as commercial spaces on the East and West Sides, Downtown, Brooklyn, Queens, and Riverdale.

Educated in New York and in the South, he has traveled extensively - destinations include Europe, Africa, Miami, and the Caribbean basin. With a broad knowledge of the real estate world and lots of creativity, Peter is personable, easygoing and ready to work.

Peter's Selected Sales History

10 Bleecker St
10 Park Ave
105 East 16th St
105 Fifth Avenue
105 Hudson St
11 Bethune St
110 West 15th St- Townhouse
114 East 13th St
114 Spring St (5 sales)
114 West 17th (3 sales)
114 West 27th St (2 sales)
115 Fourth Ave
120 East 13th St (3 rentals)
1200 Broadway
130 Water St
131 Perry St
131 West 28th St
136 West 24th St
139 West 19th St
14 East 33rd St
14 East 4th St
142 Baltic St
148 Henry St
15 Park Ave (rental)
156 Franklin St
16 Crosby St
17 West 67th St
17 White St
175 Rivington St
176 Broadway
198 Reade St
2 Charlton St
2 Cornelia St
2 East 61st St (Pierre Hotel)
20 North Moore St
200 East 22nd St
200 West End Ave
205 West 19th St
205 West 89th St
21 Bethune Street
221 West 14th St (rental)
230 Central Park West
240 West 23rd St (2 sales)
241 West 36th St (13 Sales)
250 West 27th St
251 Broome St
26 East 10th St
26 North Moore St
260 Fifth Ave
275 Greenwich Ave
29 Bethune St
29-45 East 9th St (3 sales)
292 Greenwich St (2 sales)
300 East 33rd St (2 sales)
300 West 23rd St
302 Greenwich St
31 Weswt 31
313 West 23rd St
315 West 36th St (2 sales)
32 Sutton Place South
32 Washington Square (2)
32 West 40th St (1 sale)
321 West 13th St
321 West 38th St
33 Bleecker St (1 sale)
336 East 43rd St
34 East 30th St
340 East 43rd St
347 West 29th St
348 West 36th St (7 sales)
348 West 38th St (3 sales)
35 East 20th St (3 sales)
36 Sutton Place South
360 West 36th St (21 sales)
361 West 36th St (2 sales)
366 Broadway
38 West 38th (2 sales)
39 1/2 Washington Square (2)
39 East 20th St (3 sales)
39 East 29th St
39 Walker St
40 East 21st St
40 East 9th St
40 West 72nd St
440 West 34th St
441 West 44th St - Townhouse
444 West 51st St
448 West 37th St (2 sales)
45 Fifth Avenue (1 rental)
45 Park Ave
451 Broome St
466 Washington St
48 Great Jones St
5 East 16th St
50 West 29th St (2 sales)
51 Fifth Ave
517 East 11th St
55 Great Jones St
55 Hudson St (2 sales)
55 Liberty St
55 White St
565 Broadway
571 Hudson St
60 West 15th St (2sales)
64 West 15th St (3 sales)
644 Broadway
695 Washington St
755 East 9th Street
76 Laight St
825 Fifth Ave
90 Hudson St
93 Crosby St

Look To The Future…

Anchor to the West 30’s is the new $1.6 billion Moynihan Train Hall which opened New Year’s Day 2021 featuring a 92-foot-tall ceiling and sprawling glass skylight atrium. Towering 935 feet above are Manhattan West’s towers with state-of-the-art offices, experiential retail, and greenspace. The High Line curves west to 12th Ave. encompassing Hudson Yards, its residences, office buildings, mall, and cultural facility, into this trendsetting enclave.

North of Moynihan Hall is The Fashion District where factory and office buildings from the 1920s and 1930s, with marble lobbies and Art Deco detail, are now residential LOFTs with high ceilings and cement floors ranging in sizes up to 5000 square feet or more. These could be the future homes of Facebook, Amazon, tech entrepreneurs, and others seeking the extraordinary. Convenient 9th Ave. shopping includes Brooklyn Fare, Styles Farmers Market, a local butcher, fish monger, a fantastic mix of restaurants, and boutiques stretching up through Hell’s Kitchen to Lincoln Center.

Click here to see a 5200 square foot loft.

Look To The Future…

For these trying times A “Secret” Enclave with A Castle on the Highest Peak In Manhattan

Just a 20-minute drive to a small community of 257 houses where private streets maneuver around hills, large trees and rock outcroppings. Designated as a historic district in 2006, Fieldston, Riverdale, has no two houses alike, the vast majority built before 1940 in romantic Mediterranean, Tudor, and Colonial styles. It’s suburban, but an urban version of suburbia, with lower taxes. There stands a 4040 sq.ft., 5-bedroom French Chateau with a 3-story turret, on .47 green acres, with a huge backyard patio. Transportation is simple, the #1 subway line, express buses, and Metro-North trains offer quick access to Manhattan, as do Route 9A and Route 87. The neighboring 1,146-acre Van Cortlandt Park offers athletic fields, tennis courts, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, a running track, and more. Wave Hill, to the west, is a 28-acre public garden with views of the Hudson River and the Palisades.

Click here to see the castle details.

For these trying times A “Secret” Enclave with A Castle on the Highest Peak In Manhattan

Peter Browne’s Listings

Listed By Compass
5 BD
4.5 BA
5,158 SF
Listed By Compass
Open: 5/22 1:00pm - 3:00pm
2 BD
2 BA
1,800 SF
Listed By Compass
1 BD
1 BA
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
1 BD
1 BA