David Chang is one of Brooklyn's and Manhattan’s premier brokers with almost a billion in sales to his name. Most notably David is acclaimed for selling out 171 Columbia Heights, arguably Brooklyn’s most prestigious address, where he successfully broke many neighborhood records: Selling Brooklyn’s most expensive condo a $16.7 million-dollar penthouse is only one of them. In fact, he is consistently ranked in the top 1% of brokers nationwide. David has sold over a combined 500 units in 171 Columbia Heights (The Standish), 110 Livingston St, 265 State St (The Boerum), 80 Riverside Blvd (The Rushmore) and 100 Riverside Blvd (The Avery) making him an expert in these buildings among many others in Manhattan and Brooklyn’s most desirable addresses. David’s achievements were recognized by the developer of The Boerum (265 State St) where he was chosen to sell the last 20 units. Both David’s new development projects (the Boerum and the Standish) were the fastest selling buildings in Brooklyn.
At ease in a variety of settings, David combines his expansive market knowledge with the focus on excellence in customer service. After working for two of the most active developers in New York, Extell development and The Related Companies, he joined a top real estate brokerage company and earned one of the most rapid promotions in the company's history. Today he is a trusted and respected expert in the business, specializing in sales, real estate investments and rentals for individual buyers and sellers throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.
David’s upbeat energy and dedication to his clients makes it evident that he loves his job. Sellers point to his flair for marketing and attention to detail that keep their deals moving forward seamlessly. Buyers are in awe with his “find a needle in a hay stack” abilities and his devotion to the search. Whether selling or buying, clients praise his negotiating skills and commend his decisiveness and well natured manner, which has them referring David to their friends and family.
Active in the community, David is a member of the Compass Cares charitable organization contributing generously to the well-being of various youth organizations. As a part of United States Tennis Association, he tirelessly volunteers his energy and athletic experience to empower underprivileged children with lessons they can use on and off the court. When not working, he is passionate about being active and practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.