Brooklyn and Manhattan condominium, co-op, and townhouse sales.
M.S. in Real Estate at Fordham University
B.S in Business Administration at Ramapo College
Studied Corporate Finance at University of Westminster in London, UK
Veteran’s Advocacy and Benefits Association
Fresh Air Fund
Washington Square Association
New York Chamber of Commerce
Understanding the intricate process of New York City Real Estate, Melanie brings a dynamic approach to the task at hand, leaving no stone unturned when it comes to getting a deal done. -Details matter- is a business philosophy she lives by; an outlook that has proven consistent success in the market, through analytical methodology, investment expertise and the utmost devotion to her clients. Melanie is no stranger to the 24/7 aspect of her career, yet remains enthusiastic and proactive from beginning to end, with unprecedented negotiation tactics that are second to none.
Melanie's fascination with NYC Real Estate began before she could walk; growing up, her family restored commercial and residential properties throughout Manhattan, introducing her to the process at a very young age. Immediately, she became enamored by new architecture and restorations of vintage structures alike.
With a keen eye and unmeasured ambition, Melanie obtained her Bachelor's degree in business and interior design. This took her from South Florida to London where her experiences now provide versatility to all of her client's needs. She further developed her meticulous vision for aesthetics, and currently pairs that with her canny knowledge of specific properties, giving each client an individual and unique approach.
Melanie is passionate about the architecture in the Cast Iron Historic District and loves calling SoHo home. The authentic 1900's loft in her co-op building preserves the charm to the neighborhood she adores; walking out to cobblestone streets, art galleries and quaint cafes adds to the community feel. For her spare time, Mel enjoys cooking, skiing, traveling, playing soccer and volunteering for the Fresh Air Fund. Melanie is also part of NYC's first neighborhood organization - The Washington Square Association and the New York Chamber of Commerce.