Born and raised on the Upper West Side, Robert has 26 years of hands-on real estate experience and a comprehensive knowledge of Manhattan’s distinct neighborhoods. He began his real estate career in residential and commercial property development and management. As the development team leader responsible for the acquisition and gut renovation of over 10 properties, Robert oversaw all aspects of these projects from acquisition and design to renting or selling out the condos in the entire building. He has extensive experience with the NYC Buildings Department, Landmark Preservation Commission, NYC Loft Board and City Planning Commission.
In his capacity as a property manager for all of these properties and from having rented hundreds of apartments, Robert truly knows how landlords think and what they look for in prospective tenants. He always takes the time to thoroughly explain and walk you through all aspects of renting your first apartment or buying your first condominium or coop.
“I embrace change because I’ve seen how the city has grown and changed during my time in this industry,” Robert says. His particular expertise is an invaluable resource for buyers and sellers who are looking to position themselves in the market for a beautiful home that can also be a long-term investment.
As a member of the Hamersley Team, the top producing and grossing team at his previous company from 2009 to 2012, Robert brings his unique blend of financial acumen and eye for the architectural to help guide clients toward unexpected gems in the city that have the potential to also create positive cash flow if an investment property is what you are looking for. Robert loves the city and anything to do with real estate, and he always keeps his clients’ and customers’ best interests in mind when working for and with them.
Robert holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Florida, where he also served as president of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. In his spare time, Robert enjoys spending time with his wife Debbie, working out, Tai Chi, and hiking.