End of an Era, Darling

I have never thought, ‘Oh, I have to make millions of dollars,’” Alice Mason said last week in her Upper East Side living room, panther-shaped Cartier brooch pinned to her black Armani pantsuit. “What I wanted to do was change the way New York worked.”

In December, the 77-year-old Manhattan real estate doyenne closed her boutique brokerage’s office, essentially ending a five-decade career of steering handpicked clients into the city’s most...

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