Tristan Harper is an award winning and record setting real estate professional and Associate Broker with Douglas Elliman, city's largest and most prominent real estate brokerage, founded in 1911.
Tristan brokered the sale of New York City's highest priced apartment of 2001 (after the 9/11 events). He is consistently recognized among the industry's top producers. He has a remarkable sales record of Manhattan's prime co-ops, condominiums, new developments, townhouses and high-end rentals, in wide array of sizes, locations and price ranges.
Tristan is experienced and successful in representing both the purchasers, in locating their perfect new homes, and the sellers, in marketing exclusively their properties. He is trusted and cherished for his command of the market, sensitivity to his customers' needs, negotiating expertise, multilingual fluency, and his gracious demeanor with eminently refined European background.
Tristan is a broker specialist for 936 Fifth Avenue coop, a long time broker specialist, resident and board member at 130 East 63rd Street coop, and is a Park Avenue coop owner/shareholder.
For his real estate sales achievement Tristan has been awarded Douglas Elliman's Pinnacle Award for 2013 for exceeding $1 Million in revenue, 15 consecutive annual Chairman's Awards (2001-2015) for exceptional sales achievements, and the Legend Award in 2008, for his five consecutive years in the top 1% nationally, among the network of over 65,000 agents.
Tristan has been featured, interviewed or quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, CNN (Money Line), NY1 Cable Channel, TV Tokyo (Japan), TV Slovenia, New York Magazine, New York Observer, New York Living, The New York Sun, Real Estate Weekly, Real Deal, Brokers Weekly, MANN Report, Gotham, Avenue, Resident and Elite magazines, Politika Daily, The Australian Daily, and more…
Tristan Harper is a member of The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), and International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI), headquartered in Paris, France, where he served as a 2014 President of FIABCI New York / Northeast Council.