What is your most memorable NYC moment?
When I moved to New York in 2002 from San Francisco.
What is your favorite Manhattan neighborhood? Why?
Central Park South. It's so rich with history and soaring architecture. Its proximity to Central Park, major museums, the Plaza and all the historical landmarked buildings makes it such a quintessential New York spot.
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a New York real estate professional? What is your favorite part of the job?
I decided to become a real estate professional because real estate is in my blood. I love real estate, the art of deal making, and the ability help my clients with structuring complicated residential and commercial deals and leave them feeling satisfied when the transaction materializes. I love real estate because of all the things it encompasses: architecture, history, buildings. The financial aspect of the real estate transaction and the art of deal making are thrilling to me. My favorite part of the job is to meeting new people, building relationships and helping people and see and learn about so many great historical buildings and discover amazing investment opportunities for my clients. I love real estate because every day you learn something new about the industry and people!
What is your greatest motivator?
My greatest motivation is making my clients happy and producing results for my them. I want my clients to feel satisfied by my work.
What are your greatest passions?To be honest, my job! I love modern design, history, and anything that goes into the art of making a deal. I like to think of myself as a strong negotiator.
If you could invite anyone to a dinner party, whom would you invite?
Madonna, Barack Obama, Richard Branson, Condoleezza Rice, Mother Teresa, Claude Monet, and Erik Satie.
If you had only one day left in NYC, how would you spend it?
Looking for a real estate property so I could stay! A quick visit to the Museum of Modern Art and dinner at Daniel.