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Curated East Village Penthouse
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This duplex is on the main floor of an old Soho police precinct
200-year-old Soho landmark hits the market
With a penchant for wearing one of his more than 40 vests each day, Ed Freiberg is known as the "Vest-Dressed Salesperson" in New York City. More than just a snappy catchphrase, this nickname is an emblem of the personal touch Ed brings to his real estate practice. As he puts it, "I work very hard and without ego for my clients. Some may even say I have a 'vested' interest in their lives. Their home is an integral part of who they are, and it's why I care so deeply about how I advise and assist them."
A native New Yorker with more than 17 years of experience in the industry, Ed has a large, deep-rooted local network, a thorough understanding of the market, and an unmatched comfort level with the inner workings of the city. Creative, resourceful, and amiable, Ed sees it as his personal mission to make the stressful, chaotic business of New York real estate as easy and as fun as possible. "I strive to take the mayhem and strain of the process off my clients' shoulders, so they can sit back and enjoy their purchase or sale or rental," he says.
Prior to his real estate career, Ed was a successful television producer, entrepreneur, and restaurateur. In his free time, he can be found indulging his continued passion for New York's unbeatable restaurant scene, and of course, shopping for vests.
"Your Vest Dressed Salesperson"