Closed sales of over $200M in 2017
Closed sales of over $100M in 2016
Closed sales of over $110M in 2015
Closed sales of over $100M in 2014
Closed sales of over $80M in 2013
Recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the Top Agents in the Nation since 2012.
2017: Ranked as one of the Top 150 Agents in the Nation and Top 20 Agents in New York City.
2016: Ranked as one of the Top 100 Agents in the Nation and Top 15 Agents in New York City.
2015: Ranked as one of the Top 125 Agents in the Nation and Top 25 Agents in New York City.
2014: Ranked as one of the Top 150 Agents in the Nation and Top 15 Agents in New York City.
2013: President’s Council, Top 25 Salesperson; Ranked in the top 1% of all Corcoran Agents; Ranked in the top 2% of all NRT Agents nationwide.
Lindsay has been featured in The New York Times
The Real Deal - Top Brooklyn Home Sales in August
The Real Deal - Top Brooklyn Home Sales in July
Brownstoner: 178 8th Avenue
Brownstoner: 45 Montgomery Place
6sqft: 45 Montgomery Place
6sqft: 45 Montgomery Place
The Real Deal: 374 Pacific Street
Cottages & Gardens: 374 Pacific Street
Curbed: 374 Pacific Street
The Real Deal - Priciest New Brooklyn Listings in January
The Real Deal - Priciest New Brooklyn Listings in October
The New York Post - Jennifer Connelly’s record-setting Park Slope house is back
Cottages & Gardens - Actress Jennifer Connelly’s Former Park Slope Mansion Lists for $14.5M
The Real Deal - Family with ties to Apollo Global puts BK mansion on the market for $14.5M
Brownstone Brooklyn Neighborhoods, Townhouse and New Development Sales
J.D. from Columbia Law School
B.S. from Cornell Universty
About Lindsay Barton
With over fifteen years of distinguished real estate experience and more than $800 million in closed transactions, Lindsay has been recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the Top Agents in the Nation since 2012. She was the #1 Broker at Corcoran in Manhattan in 2013, with closed sales totaling over $80M; over $100M in 2014; over $110M in 2015; over $100M in 2016; and over $200M in 2017.
Lindsay began her career as a broker in 2002 after practicing real estate law at a prominent New York firm. She has a distinct philosophy among brokers – a belief in consistent hard work and professionalism, complemented by her sharp humor and low pressure approach. With keen insight honed over her years in the business, she has the knowledge base to provide reasoned perspective and advice with a level of sophistication rare in the industry. Lindsay thoroughly enjoys immersing herself in the world of real estate, the thrill of the chase and negotiation process.
Uniquely bridging the gap between Brooklyn and Manhattan real estate Lindsay has a fiercely loyal and ever expanding client base stemming almost exclusively from referrals. Lindsay is both a recognized expert in Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods, townhouse and new development sales, and remarkably adept at representing sellers and buyers across Manhattan. Her ability to work with sellers and buyers has made her an unparalleled resource for those making a transition.
With extensive personal experience in development and design, Lindsay is able to provide her clients with an extraordinary range of services – from extensive staging to showcase a property to its fullest, to consultations with contractors, architects, and designers throughout the search process to analyze a potential deal from all perspectives. Lindsay views her role in any transaction holistically, servicing a client’s needs while recognizing that each client and sale is different. Lindsay prides herself on her uncompromising values and professionalism, and as a result, is held in extraordinarily high regard in the New York City real estate market.
For over a decade, Lindsay has called Cobble Hill, Brooklyn home, where she lives with her two children. In her free time, she practices yoga, jogs in Prospect Park, and spends time with her family dining out and traveling.
178 8th Avenue
Dramatic, spacious, immaculate, and ever so beautiful. A single family home of over 6,000 square feet, this house is made for living. This 19th century Romanesque brownstone was painstakingly and meticulously restored, during a two-year gut renovation, completed less than three years ago. No detail was overlooked or sacrificed in this incredible renovation - and the details in this home are unlike any other in Park Slope - ornate moldings and exquisite carved wood detailing throughout the house - all beautifully restored or rebuilt with the closest attention to detail.
17 Prospect Park West
Replete with turn-of-the-century detail yet finished with the most modern amenities, perfectly integrated to create a seamless and breathtaking masterpiece which is both boundlessly elegant and so easy to live in. Built in 1899, and designed by renowned architect Montrose W. Morris, this mansion sits on the corner of Prospect Park West and Carroll Street and features utterly glorious original detail throughout including stained glass windows, mahogany columns, herringbone floors and delicately carved mantels, to name but a few. Sun floods into the home from three sides, including the largest with south facing exposure. 25’ wide with stately proportions throughout, words do not do justice to the beauty of the detail and scale of this home. Pure perfection in Park Slope.