- 100 Jay Street 8 Sold, 21 Rented
- 100 11th Avenue 7 Sold, 14 Rented
- 205 Water Street 8 Sold, 12 Rented
- Exclusive broker for 149 Spring Street, SOHO
- Exclusive broker for 50 8th Avenue, Greenwich Village
BA of Fine Art - University of Maryland
Seasoned veteran, formidable negotiator, and irreplaceable advocate for his buyers, sellers, and investors, Eric has built a career on delivering results for his clientele. In a challenging transaction where other brokers give up, Eric digs deeper, creating solutions, always imparting sound, experienced advice.
Results driven and highly focused, year after year, Eric has steadily risen in the ranks of the New York City luxury market. Home hunters and investors continuously choose Eric to identify their next purchase, as he is a constant student of the market and never misses a listing. Sellers appreciate the flawless presentation, pricing acumen, and deal making finesse that Eric brings to the table for each of his exclusive listings.
A graduate of the University of Maryland with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art, Eric has a deep appreciation for architecture and design, which has helped hone his craft as a luxury broker. As a two-time state champion mountain biker and member of Syracuse University’s 1995 National championship Lacrosse team, he knows the value of performance under pressure. Outside of real estate, Eric remains an avid cyclist, passionate collector of watches and art, and a dedicated family man to his wife Janette and three children Abby, Elly, and Leo. He has elegantly applied all of these skills and passions to his profession, where he is recognized by his peers and clientele as an industry leader.
55 Wall Street - The Cipriani Club Residences
Built in 1842, and recognized as a NYC landmark treasure, 55 Wall Street best known for its iconic Greek revival architecture and massive columns framing the facade. It once served as home to the New York Merchants Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, United States Customs House, National City Bank headquarters, and most recently the Wall Street Regent Hotel, before converting to condominium in 2006. Eric has worked in the building since its inception. In that time, he has over 40 units sold and over 200 units rented. Simply put, Eric’s experience in this building is unparalleled.