Horace Mann and Hamilton College
ASPCA Historic House Trust, World Wildlife Fund
McKenzie Foster is a notable New York historian and veteran in the real estate industry. With nearly a decade of experience, she is highly regarded as a skillful negotiator and powerhouse broker. Formerly a decorated national Rhythmic gymnast, McKenzie spent the majority of her life training for the Olympics before transitioning her fierce determination and unique discipline into the real estate world. With an unparalleled knowledge of New York City history and real estate, McKenzie specializes in selling lofts, notable historic properties as well as co-ops and condos across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
Consistently praised by her loyal client base for her exceptional customer service, McKenzie also provides her clients with a range of in-house services such as general contractors, interior designers, attorneys and movers to assist with their transaction. Her creative marketing campaigns have often resulted in achieving the highest price per square foot for many of her clients, while generating multiple offers and even selling properties at the first showing.
As a native New Yorker, McKenzie attended Horace Mann and received her Bachelor of the Arts degree in History from Hamilton College where she solidified her critical writing style and analytical argumentative approach. She is also the owner of the beloved East Village hotspot, FryGuys which is frequently featured in Eater and other top food publications. McKenzie is a member of the Landmarks Preservation Conservancy, the Historic Districts Council and the Brooklyn Heights Association. McKenzie currently resides in Gramercy Park and dedicates her free time to ballet, historic preservation, pottery, her beloved Shiba Inu, Winter and her family.