Jessica has been featured in The New York Times, New York Observer, Wall Street Journal, New York Post in May 2012, August 2017, Broker’s Weekly in January 2014, May 2012, and November 2011, The Real Deal in September 2013, October 2011, and May 2011, People, Women’s Wear Daily, Domain, Forbes, Town&Country, Realtor.com, Cottages & Gardens, 6sqft, Bloomberg, and Oprah Magazine.
Jessica brings to Compass a wealth of knowledge and expertise from eight years of residential real estate experience at her previous firm. She is recognized by colleagues and clients alike for her hard work, integrity, honesty, and perseverance in order to execute deals.
Before starting in real estate, Jessica studied Interior Design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in London. She then spent five years working at John Saladino's Interior Design firm. Her experience there has served her well during her real estate tenure, as she uses her trained eye for design to help people find or market and sell their home.
Aside from her passion for property, Jessica is a former Division I Volleyball athlete who has competed professionally. Her passion for sports has led her across the finish line in the New York City Marathon, as well as through many sprinting events and Olympic triathlons to raise money for cancer and charities.
Jessica understands the purchase and sale (or rental) of a home is among the largest of life's events, and that no stone should go unturned, no detail left out, nor concern dismissed. Her enthusiasm, expertise, and knowledge bring will serve her very well at Compass.
The Rumsey-Harriman Estate
Designed in 1928 by McKim, Mead & White, the greatest architects of their time and designers of 998 Fifth Avenue, the White House, and dozens of New York landmarks, the now fully restored French-Normandy style main house embodies an elegant and grand heritage, while appealing to the discerning buyer with its updated, modern amenities. While grand in scale, this property is unique in its propensity for warmth and intimacy. Set majestically on 5.3 spectacular waterfront acres, and a mere 29 miles from Downtown Manhattan, 235 Middle Neck Road is one of the most iconic and significant residences on the North Shore of Long Island.
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