Real Estate Weekly: Extell to Clear Another Site in Chelsea
Real Estate Weekly: Keepsake Client Takes Broker on Buy Binge
Real Estate Weekly: Selling points: Olshan, Millhouse buy Washington Heights building for $40.1M
The Real Deal: Residential Deals
Commercial Observer: Vacant Brownsville Building Sells to Towing Company for Scofflaw Storage
NY Times: Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions, 2/11/15
NY Times: Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions, 12/30/15
NY Times: Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions, 4/25/17
Real Estate Weekly: Leases
Member: Real Estate Board of New York, Tufts University Alumni Assoc., USTA
Chris Halliburton understands the vital role real estate plays in both life and industry, and as such strives to bring the two elements of a deal (that is the financial and emotional) to fruition for his clientele. With an extensive history working with developers, investment bankers and portfolio managers, Halliburton's success and popularity with buyers and sellers of apartments and townhouses came as no surprise.
Chris excels at the art of the deal because he listens carefully to each customer and client, and then crafts a personalized course of action to achieve their goals. He sees his role in the sales process not only as the broker but also as educator, as he feels information empowers people to make the wisest decisions.
Chris has sold or leased residential property from Tribeca to Harlem. His experience launching and managing a sales office in Harlem in 2004 furthered his knowledge of the overall Manhattan market and the importance of new construction in today's New York. During this period Halliburton was introduced to commercial real estate immediately succeeding with the sale of the land upon which 200 Eleventh Ave was built as well as being entrusted by a family trust to sell 1 West 125th Street on Fifth Ave.
Chris is infused with an uncanny knowledge of the city's diverse neighborhoods having lived or worked on the Westside, Eastside, Midtown, Harlem, The Village, Tribeca and parts of Brooklyn. There is no deal too large or complex that Chris will not execute to his clients satisfaction.