Responsible for over $750 million in transactions, from sales and leasing of residential, new development and commercial properties to consulting and financing.
Beyond New York, Shannon oversaw the development and implementation of marketing and sales strategy for a high-end, eight-unit seaside condo development in ultra-exclusive Carbon Beach, along the coastline of Malibu, California.
Shannon was featured in Private Air Magazine
Shannon was mentioned in an article on specialty lenders in the Commercial Observer in June, 2012
Shannon was mentioned in an article on new development in the Commercial Observer in November, 2012
Bachelor's in Political Science, specializing in International Economies, from SUNY Buffalo as well as a JD/LLM from Chicago Kent College of Law
Throughout two decades steeped in the world of real estate, Shannon Eidman has worn numerous hats. With a background as a real estate attorney, mortgage broker, developer and executive for a bank specializing in new development finance nationally, his broad experience affords a deep understanding of all aspects of a transaction.
With a vast network of industry relationships, inclusive of investors, developers, architects, engineers, mortgage brokers, bankers, and a host of other real estate professionals, Shannon stays on top of all local, national and international industry trends.
Specializing in landmark/historic properties and new development sales and rentals, Shannon offers superb analytical skills, keen insight, a personable manner, and total dedication to his clients as he expertly advises them toward the fulfillment of their needs.
New Development Highlights:
The Cathedral - 232 Adelphi Street, Fort Greene: Conversion of an 1886 constructed Gothic Cathedral into 12 unique luxury rental residences
Orient Park – 30 & 42 Orient Avenue, Williamsburg: Ground up development of 18 luxury apartments situated overlooking historic Cooper Park along “Doctor’s Row”
11 Willoughby Avenue, Fort Greene: Conversion of a historic, 1905 built, classic townhome into 4 full floor residences by an acclaimed architect
16 Judge Street, Williamsburg: Conversion of an existing townhome into 8 luxury rental residences
575 Vanderbilt Avenue, Prospect Heights: Conversion of a historic, 1930 built, classic townhome into two full floor residences with ground floor retail
13th & 3rd – 519-529 Third Avenue, Gowanus: Adaptive re-use conversion of the historic, 1930s built, “Brewer’s Pitch” building to provide 90,000 square feet of state of the art retail and office space in arguably Brooklyn’s hottest commercial market