What is your most memorable NYC moment?
One of my most memorable moments in NYC is spending time with my mother at Central Park and at the Metropolitan Museum. It was then as a little girl, I first learned to appreciate the beauty of nature and the fine arts through her eyes.
What is your favorite Manhattan neighborhood? Why?
I always loved SoHo for it's cast-iron architecture, cobblestone streets, eclectic mix of boutiques and art galleries. But, I have to say Chelsea has become my favorite Manhattan neighborhood to visit. As art galleries moved there from SoHo, it is now the center of the New York art world. I also love the neighborhood for its many people of different cultures and how its ethnic and social diversity reflects the area's stores and restaurants.
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a New York real estate professional? What is your favorite part of the job?
The rewards of a real estate career stem from the idea that I can build a life-long business with unlimited possibility for growth. I aspire to help people. The intellectual challenge and my passion for New York is the best part of the job.
What is your greatest motivator?
The competition within the industry and making my clients happy are my biggest motivators.
What are your greatest passions?
I'm passionate about painting. I try to find time to do it as often as I can. Painting is a good way for me to relax and even though I don't have much talent, I do enjoy it.
If you could invite anyone to a dinner party, whom would you invite?
My grandfather that I never got to meet.
If you had only one day left in NYC, how would you spend it?
I would spend it with my friends and my dog Lucy at a favorite outdoor eatery.