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Northrop & Johnson sells Coy Koi


Northrop & Johnson has sold the 84-foot M/Y Coy Koi by Vripack by broker Chuck MacMahon.

Now to its central agency listings for sale is a 2-year-old 84-foot Sunseeker Predator listed at 3.2 million euros with broker Jonathan Browne, and the classic 75-foot Little Harbor sloop S/Y Halcyon in Newport.

In related news, the brokerage has hired John Solomon as a sales broker in its Antibes office.

It also opened an office in New York City, where the company’s first office opened in 1949 on Madison Avenue. The new office is off Fifth Avenue in the city’s luxury shopping area. Joining the company as head of the office is broker Mathias Chouraki, who previously owned a charter and marketing company in Manhattan.

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