Joe Tirone was hand-selected to partner with Compass as their founding Broker on Staten Island, NYC after 20 years of owning his own successful brokerage on the Island. As leader of the The Joe Tirone Team, he remains an influencer in the press (ABC News, Yimby, NY1, SI Advance, Industry Mag) for his Residential real estate achievements, Commercial leadership in shaping the SI Waterfront new development as well as ongoing national recognition for his generous philanthropic and community outreach impact to his local communities.
The Joe Tirone Team is a unique group of professionals that have each led successful business endeavors of their own. Together the team brings a collaborative approach to serving clients throughout the real estate life cycle at an expert level. The Joe Tirone Team values transparency, integrity, diligence and a thirst for real-time micro-market data for each pocket of the Island. Weekly "think tank" team meetings, community outreach participation and ongoing education keep members prepared with sharp business acumen and the soft skills necessary to provide ease and confidence with each real estate transaction.
Recently, Joe was appointed ambassador for the 2021 Housing Summit by SIEDC for which he hosted NYC female powerhouse, Carol Lamberg (Housing Settlement Fund), as a panelist for his affordable housing initiative. Joe has also served as an Executive Board Member for SIBOR and Board Member for NYSAR during his career. He recently co-founded SImagines, a not-for-profit organization that strategically advocates for workforce housing on Staten Island and receives ongoing recognition for his response to COVID-19 emergency supply needs as well as his 2013 response to Superstorm Sandy. He is a SIBOR Community Service Award recipient and was recognized by the Staten Island Advance as one of the Top 10 Most Influential People for his past efforts.
Joe is a proud member of The President’s Society at Pace University where he earned his BBA in Accounting, as well having membership in the McLaughlin Society at St John’s University, where he earned his MBA in Finance and has since taught economics as an adjunct professor. Joe fiercely advocates for individuals with intellectual disabilities and regularly supports The Grace Foundation and A Very Special Place. His 20-year affiliation with The Travis Roy Foundation and their support of spinal cord injury survivors research, you find Joe donating, fundraising as well as competing as a pitcher at their annual Wiffle Ball tournament in Vermont. Most importantly, Joe is the proud father of three daughters and plays an active role in each of their lives.