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B.S./B.A in Operations Management from Boston University; M.B.A. in Finance/Management from New York University
Growing up in Rhode Island as the daughter of a builder and developer, Debra was destined for a successful future in the real estate arena. After first pursuing other professional avenues, Debra viewed buying, renovating, and selling real estate as her main creative avocation. She found the experience not only compelling but also highly rewarding.
As her loyal clientele will attest, Debra seamlessly navigates any purchase or sale of Manhattan real estate for any client she serves. She combines interpersonal skills with business, financial, and marketing savvy, and lends a great eye for aesthetics thanks to her work in interior design.
Debra takes great pleasure in helping others find their niche here. Whether working with buyers or sellers from uptown to downtown, she devotes her total attention and energy to the art of listening to peoples needs, market education, and attention to every detail in a transaction.
Well-educated with a B.S./B.A. in Operations Management from Boston University and an M.B.A. in Finance/Management from New York University, Debra first worked for the CBS television network as Associate Director for New York Operations Finance. Her true entrepreneurial spirit kicked in, and she went on to develop a series of successful start-ups in the fashion, online marketing, and interior design industries. New York has been the backdrop for so many of Debra's achievements.
Loving city life, Debra finds time for reading, art, antiquing, interior design, painting, and road trips to new places when time permits. She mostly enjoys the new relationships she forms daily in her adventures in real estate.
152 Elizabeth is an ultra-luxury condominium building—the first in New York City designed by Japanese master architect Tadao Ando. Located at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets in Nolita, the 32,000-square-foot building will stand as a profound architectural statement and embrace the industrial character of the neighborhood. Gabellini Sheppard Associates designed the interiors of the highly individualized residences, which range from two to four bedrooms. The developer is Sumaida + Khurana, a New York-based luxury residential development firm with more than 20 years of construction and real estate development experience.
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