Sean Brewer, Agent in NYC - Compass

Sean Brewer

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker | Sean D. Brewer

Sleek Williamsburg Townhouse With Gas Fireplace, Modern Updates Asks $3.15 Million, Brownstoner; A view-toting ‘Skyhouse’ in the erstwhile Williamsberry wants $3.5M, Curbed; Tiny house perched atop Williamsburg’s Mill Building seeks $2.85MCurbed

About Sean

With an extensive background in the mortgage industry and experience as an attorney, Sean understands real estate from both a financial and legal perspective. Sean’s creative outlook and eye for design perfectly complement his strong business sense allowing him to advise his clients on making informed decisions that will be cohesive with their unique lifestyles.

Focusing on luxury apartments in the wonderful neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, Sean provides his clients with the market facts and trends and explains how this data will affect their individual goals. Sean believes finding the right place to live is as much about the neighborhood as it is about the home. He feels people need a thorough understanding of the city’s distinctly different niches so they can determine where they will be happiest living and mingling every single day.

Originally from the Midwest, Sean earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas and his law degree from St. John's Law School in NYC, where he's lived for over nine years. Following his career in the mortgage business, he worked at a prominent Wall Street law firm and is still a practicing attorney. Sean is also a ceramic artist and sculptor, and is passionate about creating.


764 Metropolitan Avenue

Welcome to 764 Metropolitan, a six story elevator building, offering ten unique residences, perched in the heart of Williamsburg. Built for today's discerning buyer, 764 Metropolitan's carefully curated light-filled interiors feature floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized terraces and an elegant palate of finishes


338 Berry

Welcome to 338 Berry Street, authentic loft living in South Williamsburg. Converted from an early 20th-century noodle factory (later used as artists' lofts), 338 Berry Street is a fortress of thick concrete floors and striking columns.

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