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Megan Duryea Scott, Merrill Curtis, and Amanda Cannon Goldworm work in partnership to bring a new level of service to both buyers and sellers. Utilizing more than 35 years of combined experience, they brokered more than $90 million in closed volume in 2018. Their seasoned negotiation and marketing skills, as well as networks of designers and architects enable them to offer a highly personalized approach to each client. Their encyclopedic knowledge of different neighborhoods, individual buildings, and floorplans, as well as the intricacies of cooperative boards, distinguishes them among their peers.
Megan came to real estate after a distinguished career in finance. She spent several years at J.P. Morgan working as an International Equity Sales Trader. It was a seamless transition as her understanding of market cycles, client focus, and strong negotiating skills gave her all she needed to quickly grow a thriving real estate business. Megan is known for her diligence, attention to detail, her tenacity, discretion, and her willingness to always go the extra mile for her clients. Her goal is to help her clients navigate the New York City real estate market and to guide them through their deals from first viewing to successful closing. She is very experienced selling cooperatives, condominiums, and townhouses, both uptown and downtown. Megan is a graduate of St. Paul’s School and Georgetown University and lives with her family in Carnegie Hill.
Some of their notable sales include the historic Scribner townhouse at 39 East 67th Street for $16 million, the Penthouse at 17 East 89th Street for $11 million, representing the buyer and seller of a duplex at 925 Park Avenue for $8.3 million, as well as the Penthouse at 151 Wooster Street for $14,700,000, a New Development condominium at 10 Madison Square West for $14,500,000, a 14 room apartment at River House for $10,495,000, and the Penthouse at 320 Central Park West for $15,000,000.