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Marchi Takes his Family Name……
Since he can remember, Dean Marchi has been surrounded by real estate, and so it was no surprise that he followed in his family’s footsteps by building a successful career in the industry.

Rising Stars
Marchi named a Rising Star in real estate by Real Estate Weekly.

There is always opportunity if we can find the courage to pick our heads up
In this article Dean Marchi discusses his view that there are always opportunities as long as we have the courage to see them and to sieze them.

A Deal Here, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Move There
An article from NJBiz Real Estate Quarterly about Dean Marchi and his experiences training in Gracie Jiu Jitsu.

174 Jackson Street

Brooklyn Market Improves WSJ
In March 2006, Ron Moelis cut the ribbon on Northside Piers, one of Brooklyn’s largest-ever¬†condominium projects, with a planned 1,000 units. It will be a long time before he has that¬†experience again, he says.

That Extra Underground Space? Call it a Rec Room.
Selling real estate in New York has long involved its own sort of code. “Quite” means dark, back-of-the-building; “cozy” means small; and “flexible” means “not really,” as in the “flex 1BR” that is actually a studio with a nook. But as developers seek to wring every last bit of space out of their projects, another term has cropped up more and more; “rec room”.

Boutique condos in bloom Marchi GSD The Real Deal Sept 2011
At the height of the boom, The Real Deal often wrote of the developers of massive condominium towers one-upping each other with newer, bigger buildings and the next best over-the-top amenity.

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