Arthur Maglio is a highly experienced real estate professional and a trusted advisor, boasting a rich career spanning over 15 years in the dynamic New York City market. Joining Douglas Elliman in 2006 marked the inception of an impressive journey, during which he has been instrumental in facilitating strategic moves for numerous esteemed retailers and restaurants as they planted their roots in the city and expanded their presence.
Collaborating with major developers and influential landlords, such as Madison Realty Capital and Kensico Properties, Arthur has achieved notable success in leasing prime retail, office, restaurant, and hospitality spaces throughout the city. Some of his recent triumphs in the hospitality sector include securing locations for renowned establishments like Torien in Nolita—a New York offshoot of the Michelin-starred Torishiki in Japan by yakitori legend Yoshiteru Ikegawa—and multiple sites for Fieldtrip, an upscale fast-casual restaurant conceptualized by the James Beard Award-winning Chef JJ Johnson.
On Madison Avenue, Arthur orchestrated significant transactions, including the placement of Carmina, a prestigious shoemaker from Spain, and Fivestory, a luxe women’s boutique offering unique and iconic pieces from esteemed fashion houses like Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent.
In the vibrant SoHo neighborhood, Arthur has played a key role in real estate dealings, notably securing space for SERHANT—a real estate headquarters launched by mogul Ryan Serhant.
His expertise extends to Upper Manhattan, where he possesses intricate market knowledge, enabling him to secure strategic spaces for a diverse array of tenants. From prominent banks like Capital One and Wells Fargo, to vital medical facilities such as CityMD and Tribeca Pediatrics, and notable non-profit agencies including Children’s Aid Society and Food Bank For New York City, Arthur has demonstrated his proficiency. Additionally, he has facilitated strategic acquisitions for government institutions like the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), as well as notable restaurants such as Cantina and La Salle Dumpling Room.
Arthur Maglio holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ. Actively engaged in the real estate industry, he is a valued member of both the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).