Financial Times, "New York: in-demand Greenwich Village fights to save its identity"

The Village has clearly achieved high prices over the years, but, whether or not it is still cool is a matter of opinion. “The Village, at least in the eyes of the buyers I work with, is still cool,” says Joshua Wesoky of Compass. “That doesn’t mean it’s cutting edge — it lost that a long time ago to areas like Bushwick and Williamsburg — but it still has a distinctly Bohemian flavour.”

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The New York Times, "TriBeCa: Not for Starving Artists"

The average price of a TriBeCa apartment rose by more than 53 percent between 2010 and 2015, to around $3.77 million from around $2.45 million, said Joshua Wesoky, an agent with Compass, using data developed by his company. New construction tends to be condos, which generally command a premium, he said, adding that large apartments also account for the high prices.

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The New York Times, "In a Privileged Setting"

“It is in mint condition,” Mr. Wesoky said, “and one of the most unique properties to come on the market at River House in many years. It conveys the feel of a gracious and truly private home, yet provides all of the amenities and services of a top-tier cooperative.”

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The New York Times, "Big Ticket"

The runner-up last week, at $18,100,000, according to city records, was a late 1830s Greek Revival townhouse at 39 West 10th Street that was sold by the composer and conductor Jonathan Sheffer. This, too, was in white-box-like condition: According to the listing on Streeteasy.com, “the home has been gutted in preparation for renovation, allowing a purchaser to fast-track construction and select all finishes and interior details.”

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The Real Deal, "Magnetic Compass: Sotheby’s Wesoky latest to be pulled in"

Compass snagged top-producing agent Joshua Wesoky from Sotheby’s International Realty, as it continues its recruiting tear.

Wesoky, a former investment banker, was a top agent in Sotheby’s Downtown office for the past three years and represented the Republic of France in its recent $13.9 million acquisition of 222 East 62nd Street.

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