David Dubin’s expertise in real estate, his modern approach, strong work ethic and integrity are the foundation of his successful career. David’s expertise is wide-ranging, with sales experience in condominiums, cooperatives, townhouses and new development. David, an accomplished and respected broker with over 30 years of combined experience in business ownership, design and residential real estate has joined Douglas Elliman.
David is comfortable traveling to any neighborhood in Manhattan when he is working with a Seller or Buyer. On behalf of a Seller, David always qualifies the Buyer and works tirelessly to bring the highest offer in the shortest amount of time. David’s creativity is also an advantage, making sure that his exclusive listing looks their absolute best for showings. When David is working with a Buyer, he searches endlessly for the perfect new home for that will meet his customer’s parameters. David understands the service business of real estate and his diligence is always appreciated by his clients which has given him a flawless reputation in the real estate industry and in his personal life. Giving impeccable service, being discrete and ethical are just some of David’s attributes.
Dubin was a consistent member of the "Multi-Million Dollar Winners Circle" at his previous firm and ranked in the top 1.7% of the 59,000 real estate professionals nationwide. One of the highlights of his tenure with his past team was representing the buyer for the sale of Manhattan’s most expensive cooperative in 2012, the Penthouse at 785 Fifth Avenue.
Prior to his real estate career, David owned his own jewelry design business, David Dubin Ltd., selling to retailers worldwide. Some of his vendors included, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdales.
An avid runner, David successfully completed several NYC marathons with his personal best at 3 hours 28 minutes, which qualified him to run in the Boston Marathon. David translates his running background into real estate with the importance of crossing the finish line together with his clients. For the past several years, David and his wife have lived in a Sutton Place South cooperative.