Tom and Mickey Are OUT LISTING in STYLE!

Brook Altman
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Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon are ahead of the luxury real estate market slaying it with their new approach to lifestyle.  They’re kicking off the summer season with a VIP party at one of their most unique listings, a gorgeous Soho penthouse with two-tiered rooftop access.  The crowd is a power tribe of movers, shakers, and friends including media execs, celebs, and entrepreneurs.

In case you don’t know who Tom and Mickey are, here are a few highlights to give you a taste of the real estate gurus you may know from HGTV’s “Selling New York”.

 

The powerful real estate duo are partners in life, too.  Both grew up with a passion for performance as lifelong fans of Broadway music and showtunes. They met in January of 2008 at the Nightlife Awards, a gala at Town Hall in New York City peppered with performances by jazz, comedy, and cabaret stars, including legendary singer Marilyn Maye.  

Conlon, who was a broker at Brown Harris Stevens at the time, joined Postilio at CORE in 2011 (Postilio was a founding agent at the firm).  The pair took their talents to Douglas Elliman in 2015.

Less than a year later, Tom and Mickey were married in a ceremony officiated by Tony-winning performer Christine Ebersole.  The wedding took place at singer Michael Feinstein’s Upper East Side home.

Tom and Mickey have joined Prowdr to have some fun and start showing off some of their unique approach to luxury living, introduce us to some of the more spectacular homes on the market and how they personally live a prowdr lifestyle.

94 Thompson Street is a penthouse tucked away in Soho that was designed like a Zen sanctuary on the market for $15.95 million.  Tom and Mickey’s Broadway backgrounds shine through when they’re hosting one of their soirees and they pull out all the stops to generate buzz.  The jazz and swing band Fleur Seule, a favorite of The Rainbow Room, gathers around the penthouse’s grand piano.

On the double-decked rooftop, a solo guitarist strums lively tunes while guests take in, and take photos of, the 360 degree views of the Manhattan’s skyline.  NYC’s brightest and bold-faced names mix and mingle in this gorgeous space sampling fine hors d’oeuvres prepared in the space’s high tech kitchen.  Amongst the guests are personalities from stage, screen, and music mingling with titans of finance, and top real estate brokers.

Tom and Mickey asked Prowdr expert Benjamin Huntington, Interior Designer and Feng Shui Master of 20 years, to show up and collect some final thoughts on how this place will show like the zen masterpiece it was created to be.  Take a peak at the video we created just as the party was kicking off.

The signature cocktail of the evening was of course called “The Penthouse,” Made with Monkey 47 gin, Fever Tree tonic, a squeeze of lemon, and an added grapefruit twist, the drink tastes like its namesake felts that night: elegant, cool and refreshing.  

Tom Postilio & Mickey Conlon are internationally renowned for their command of the global luxury real estate market, and stand out even among the exclusive coterie of New York’s “super brokers.”  They are responsible for more than $2 billion in residential sales.  Tom & Mickey have been named among the Top 1,000 Real Estate Professionals in the United States by REAL Trends and the Wall Street Journal.  The heralded “Dream Team” is the top-pick for a Who’s Who list of celebrity clients that includes Barry Manilow, Joan Collins, Michael Feinstein, Liza Minnelli, and David Sanborn.

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Brook Altman is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Prowdr.com.  To learn more about how this extraordinary LGBTQ lifestyle website came into being, check out Welcome to Prowdr.

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