In the competitive and complex world of New York real estate, Bryden consistently puts his clients’ interests first, going above and beyond to help them meet their specific needs. He is committed to developing personal relationships with buyers, sellers, and investors, which in turn fosters a deeper understanding of each client’s individual requirements. Bryden recognizes that purchasing or selling a home can be one of the most exciting yet challenging times in a person’s life. His unique approach helps his clients navigate through the entire process, making it as stress free as possible.
Born and raised in Canada in a real estate family, Bryden is naturally inspired and has an intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the real estate industry, giving his clients a leg up in the fast-paced New York market. Following his Canadian upbringing, Bryden was recruited to play hockey at Williams College and rounded out his education with a study abroad program at the London School of Economics. His international roots coupled with his vast travel experience afford Bryden a global perspective that has taught him to recognize creative and unconventional solutions to meet each client’s individual goals.
After graduating from Williams College with a BA in Economics and Psychology, Bryden began his career in investment banking at J.P. Morgan handling corporate real estate clients before transitioning to brokerage. Bryden’s work provided him the opportunity to regularly interact with top-tier corporate executives, helping him to hone the high level professionalism and accountability that are evident when Bryden is negotiating a deal. His work additionally granted Bryden a flair for numbers and a keen investment mindset, both of which translate into added value for his clients.
An Upper East Side resident for many years, Bryden has a special fondness for his community, its unique heritage, diverse properties, and lifestyle offerings. In his leisure time, Bryden can be found playing in a recreational hockey league at Chelsea Piers, golfing in the tri-state area, and boating on Long Island in the summer.