As the leader of the Keith Copley Team, Keith has 30 years of experience as one of Manhattan’s leading brokers and has had the privilege of selling some of the city’s most prestigious and glamorous properties. Keith is known for the depth of his knowledge of New York’s luxury real estate market, refined selling skills, and customized marketing services, making him highly in demand by sellers and buyers alike. Specializing in high-end residential properties, as well as in commercial real estate, he has an extraordinary sales track record, including breaking existing sales records at three premiere commercial properties.
Keith's strong relationships with top developers, architects, attorneys and designers provide him an edge that few other brokers have. This is of particular importance to his discerning clientele, who consists of celebrities, athletes and Fortune 500 firms, for whom he goes to great lengths to ensure their vision is realized to perfection.
His many successes in the luxury residential sector include representing premier co-ops and condos including The Museum Tower, The Metropolitan Tower, Olympic Tower, 459 West Broadway, 285 Lafayette, 210 Lafayette, 109 Greene, 158 Mercer, and 76 Crosby. Keith is also a townhouse specialist, breaking records per square foot throughout the West Village, including three homes on St. Luke’s Place.
Keith’s passion for real estate drives him to continually hone his expert knowledge of NYC’s evolving market trends, neighborhoods and diverse architecture. As a 32-year New York City resident, he enjoys a rare and personal insight into the city’s hottest neighborhoods. After having lived in SoHo, Tribeca, and the Upper East and West Sides, he currently resides in the West Village.
A native of Coral Gables, Florida, Keith moved to New York to direct an interior design firm, which was followed by a seamless transition to real estate. Starting at Cushman & Wakefield, Keith quickly rose to Director of Leasing and Sales for the GM Building at 767 Fifth Avenue, the site of Apple’s Louvre-inspired flagship store. Outside of work, Keith is involved with several non-profit organizations, including The New Museum, DIA, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and is an avid athlete.