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  • About Ronda

    With nearly 40 years' experience with New York City and tri-state commercial real estate, Ronda Rogovin is a well-known expert in the sale and acquisition of all types of commercial properties. Throughout her career, she's been responsible for the sale of 1,000 properties, including residential, office and loft buildings, retail shopping centers and condominiums, air rights, development sites, as well as the sale of packages of unsold condo and co-op units.

    Prior to joining Compass, Ronda was a Principal at Eastern Consolidated where she'd worked for 28 years. A few of her select transactions include: $138,850,000 sale of the Queens Portfolio, eight elevator buildings with 610 units; $98,000,000 sale of 711 Seagirt Avenue, Queens, a 742,000-square foot, 917-unit Mitchell-Lama complex; $50,000,000 sale of the Ridge Street Portfolio, 64,184-square-foot mixed-use properties; 2 Rector Street, a 414,000-square-foot office building; 213-223 West 35th Street, a 155,000-square-foot, mixed-use retail and commercial property; 350-358 West 55th Street, a 123-unit elevator apartment building; 110 & 150 Fifth Avenue, which contained 170,000 and 168,000 square feet respectively; 145 West 45th Street, an 85,000-square-foot office building which she has sold twice; 12 East 41st Street, a 95,000-square-foot office building; 353 Lexington Avenue, a 78,000-square-foot, mixed-use retail and commercial property; 519-535 Columbus Avenue AKA 77 West 85th Street and 76 West 86th Street, the easterly blockfront on Columbus Avenue containing two, six-story elevator apartment buildings with 62 apartments and nine stores; and 256-258 West 97th Street, a 93-unit, elevator apartment/hotel building.

    Ronda graduated cum laude from Baruch College with a BBA degree, and she frequently mentors business students to this day. She is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and of the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York where she has served on the Board of Governors. Frequently mentioned in the pages of the city's newspapers and trade publications, Ronda has been making a name for herself since the start of her career when she was featured on the cover of Money magazine for being an exceptionally successful, up-and-coming real estate professional.

    SELECT TRANSACTIONS:

    • $138,850,000 sale of the Queens Portfolio, eight elevator buildings with 610 units.
    • $98,000,000 sale of 711 Seagirt Avenue, Queens, a 742,000-square foot, 917-unit Mitchell-Lama complex.
    • $50,000,000 sale of the Ridge Street Portfolio, 64,184-square-foot mixed-use properties.
    • 2 Rector Street, a 414,000-square-foot office building.
    • 213-223 West 35th Street, a 155,000-square-foot, mixed-use retail and commercial property.
    • 350-358 West 55th Street, a 123-unit elevator apartment building.
    • 110 & 150 Fifth Avenue, which contained 170,000 and 168,000 square feet respectively.
    • 145 West 45th Street, an 85,000-square-foot office building which she has sold twice.
    • 12 East 41st Street, a 95,000-square-foot office building.
    • 353 Lexington Avenue, a 78,000-square-foot, mixed-use retail and commercial property.
    • 519-535 Columbus Avenue a/k/a 77 West 85th Street and 76 West 86th Street, the easterly block front on Columbus Avenue containing two, six-story elevator apartment buildings with 62 apartments and nine stores.
    • 256-258 West 97th Street, a 93-unit, elevator apartment/hotel building.
    • 200 Riverside Drive, a 55-unit, elevator apartment building on the corner of 92nd Street.
    • 86-50 77th Street, Queens, a 59-unit elevator building.
    • 135-145 West Kingsbridge Road, the Bronx, a 67,000-square-foot mixed-use property.
    • 2140-2150 Cruger Avenue, the Bronx, an 85-unit, elevator apartment building with retail stores.
    • 754-800 Brady Avenue, the Bronx, a 274-unit elevator apartment building complex.
    • 95 Ravine Avenue, Yonkers, a 357-unit, elevator apartment building complex.