Cory began helping her father with bookkeeping for his real estate development firm at the tender age of six. What started as a childhood fascination turned into a lifelong commitment to working in the family business, and ultimately an exciting career with one of Manhattan's top brokerage teams.
With more than $75 million in sales volume under her belt for the year, Cory is an integral member of the Noble Black Team.
After nearly a decade in investment banking, Cory came full circle and returned to real estate. Cory spent eight years with Merrill Lynch’s healthcare public finance group, working with distinguished hospital administration to obtain funding for large-scale capital projects. Cory's passion for real estate never waned, even during her time on Wall Street. In fact, this valuable experience ingrained the qualities that her clients appreciate most today, particularly her diligence, sales savvy, interpersonal skills and strong attention to their needs.
Growing up in Long Island and living in Manhattan since age 18 has given Cory an extensive professional and social network upon which she draws. She received her B.A. from Barnard College, and holds a Masters of Public Administration from NYU. Cory has lived in Morningside Heights, the Upper East Side and Upper West Side, and genuinely enjoys sharing her personal knowledge of the city's neighborhoods with her clients to enlighten them in their real estate search. After spending several years living on Riverside Boulevard, Cory and her husband, a respected oncologist, currently live in the West Village. Over the years Cory has volunteered her time at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in the Department of Pediatrics. She also loves cycling, running along the West Side Promenade, and playing the piano.
Cory is motivated by the uniqueness of the Manhattan market, the entrepreneurial nature of the real estate business, and the talent, dedication and accomplishments of her team. She is thrilled to be part of The Noble Black Team, ranked #1 at Douglas Elliman in 2018.