Christine Miller Martin has earned a distinguished reputation as one of New York City's top residential real estate brokers. She is a mainstay on AVENUE Magazine's "List of Power Elite", "Women in Real Estate" and "Brokers to the A-List". A born and bred New Yorker, Christine is sought after for her impressive knowledge of the city's different neighborhoods, buildings, developers and boards. Her diverse range of clients includes high net worth individuals, investors, developers, family offices, private wealth advisors, art advisors, attorneys and foreign clients who return to Christine and refer her to their professional and personal circles. Her loyal clients rely on Christine's market knowledge, talent for negotiating and marketing, exceptional language and people skills, as well as her integrity, professionalism, personalized attention and absolute discretion.
A former trusts & estates attorney, Christine has strong relationships with leading private wealth companies and law firms, and has developed a highly successful niche practice selling estate properties. When not selling real estate, Christine dedicates considerable time to philanthropic pursuits and advocacy on behalf of her community. She currently serves on the Advisory Council of The New York Landmarks Conservancy, and is actively involved with the Women's Committee of The Central Park Conservancy, Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts, French Heritage Society, Middlesex School and El Museo del Barrio. Christine attended Convent of the Sacred Heart, and graduated with honors from Middlesex School, Wellesley College and Brooklyn Law School where she was an editor of The Brooklyn Law Review. The daughter of a diplomat, she speaks both French and Spanish. She is married to Christian Murrle, a Colombian banker and polo enthusiast, and has a teenage daughter. She enjoys spending her free time at their home on Shelter Island, N.Y.