Battery Park City, Downtown and Long Island City.
Bachelor of Vocal Performance and Bachelor of Music Education from Ithaca college; Masters in Opera Performance from the Manhattan School of Music.
Andrew is in the Board of his Condo; in the Board of St. Peter’s Church and involved with Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Andrew is also the co-director of programs for the Ithaca College Alumni of New York City.
An entrepreneur at heart, Andrew has always been an independent businessman and felt a true connection to the real estate industry at a young age. Having lived in a variety of neighborhoods throughout Manhattan, Andrew is well positioned to educate and advise his clients on a wide array of areas and property types. He finds fulfillment by connecting to each client on a personal level to best aid in selling or finding their home.
Throughout his professional career, Andrew's repeat clients have remained unwavering due to his his tireless work ethic, fun spirit, creativity, and efficiency. In the sometimes hectic NYC real estate market, Andrew aims to be a reliable source and shepherd for his customers, making sure they receive the best service available.
Andrew has lived on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and is now a resident of Battery Park City with his wife, Molly and their Chocolate Lab, Elly. Andrew has regularly set new price records in the area, and has his finger on the pulse of this specific market and its ever-growing values. His expertise and familiarity with the local community helps to position his buyers and sellers with a competitive edge. Coupled with strategically developed marketing plans, Andrew consistently gets over ask offers for the properties he represents.
A recent graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Andrew is a professional Operatic tenor and has sung internationally. He has also taught chorus at a public middle school to 435 singers and currently maintains a private studio. All of Andrew's experiences have helped him learn that whether on the streets of New York with customers, on the Operatic stage with audience members, or in a classroom with students, his clients must be at the center of focus.