10.5.18 | Done Deals: Asked and Answered
Real Estate Weekly: Closing by Mary Dunne and Ugo Russino’s listing at 23 E10th #1103 is featured in Real Estate Weekly
10.5.18 | New York’s New Strollervilles New York Times: Ugo Russino talk to the New York Times about the growing presence of strollers in specific neighborhoods.
6.6.18 | NYC Apartments for $3,500: What You Can Rent Right Now Streeteasy: 129 East 61st Street, Apt. 6 by Ugo Russino was featured.
8.22.17 | First Rentals Emerge at Zaha Hadid’s Futuristic 520W28 in Manhattan
The unit (#31) will be ready for a mid-September move-in, according to Warburg Realty’s Ugo Russino, who has the listing. “I have a feeling that this unit will end up in the hands of a..."
8.22.17 | Live in Zaha Hadid’s Undulating High Line Building for $22,500 a Month
It was perhaps inevitable: After a handful of closings, new owners have turned around and begun renting out some of the priciest real estate in New York. (Ugo Russino’s exclusive) Apartment 31 spans 2,156 square feet
8.22.17 | Zaha Hadid’s futuristic 520 West 28th Street gets rental listings, from $15,000/month
Now, rental apartments at the luxury residential building have officially hit the market. The late architect’s signature curved and organic architectural style is complemented with interiors like a marble-clad kitchen island, glass walls and energy-efficient lighting.
Zaha Hadid’s curved West Chelsea condo gets its first rental listings
Curbed NY: Ugo Russino’s rental exclusive Apartment #31 at 520 W. 28th Street is included in a round-up as one of the first rental listings at Zaha Hadid’s curved West Chelsea condo.
Ugo is a born and raised New Yorker. After embarking on his real estate career in 2014, Ugo quickly climbed the ranks at his previous firm, with his deals and market insights attracting some of the top media outlets along the way.
Ugo has closed sales ranging from $400,000 pre-war studios in Park Slope to $7,250,000 new construction purchases at the Zaha Hadid building in Chelsea. He works with sellers and buyers at all different price points while maintaining a substantial rental portfolio with units ranging from $3,000 to $30,000 a month.
Whether you are a first-time buyer trying to navigate the co-op process or an experienced 1031 investor, his vigor for customer satisfaction and irrepressible work ethic ensure he is committed to helping all of his clients succeed in their real estate goals. Ugo is determined to positively influence his client’s lives by helping buyers find a place to call home and ensuring sellers achieve their highest possible return.”