Rachel Greenstein

Rachel Greenstein

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Press

A Renovated Crown Heights Row House and Three More to See, Starting at $1.9 Million - Brownstoner

Park Slope Townhouse Two-Bedroom With Mantels, Balcony Overlooking Park Asks $1.2 Million - Brownstoner

Inside JJ Redick’s European-Inspired Brooklyn Penthouse, Which Just Hit the Market for $8.5 Million- The Wall Street Journal

Most Popular Sale of the Week: May 17 - Streeteasy

About Rachel
Rachel Greenstein combines her professional background in corporate branding with a decade of experience living in Brooklyn to inspire confidence in her clients and to help them achieve their real estate goals. Her passion for real estate is rooted in helping her clients find and create their homes, and she knows first-hand that buying and selling real estate is a deeply emotional process. Rachel's pragmatism, resourcefulness, and ability to think one step ahead takes the burden and stress of the search off her clients, ensuring that they can focus on their big-picture goals without getting overwhelmed. 

Prior to her current position, Rachel worked in fashion, fitness, and entertainment. Whether designing exclusive products or creating marketing videos, Rachel’s eye for flawless execution, entrepreneurship and ear for impactful storytelling has brought her to work with Vogue, Barneys New York, Equinox Fitness, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, and the ACE Hotel.

Rachel lives in Cobble Hill with her husband and two young sons. She is an active member of her neighborhood community, working with the BID (Building Improvement Board) and serving as a class parent at PS 261 and on the committee of the Dumbo House Brooklyn. Rachel's husband, Mario, is a local developer whose company has played an integral part in revitalizing many landmark buildings in Brooklyn.

Client Testimonials

“I absolutely loved working with Rachel. I have been so impressed with Rachel's 'out of the box' thinking, innovative problem solving, kindness, care and attention to detail. My apartment had been sitting empty and she came to me with a strategy to have it rented in less than 2 weeks. She listened to my needs and was responsive and supportive throughout the entire process. I would 150% recommend working with her. She is a dream, both professionally and personally.”
Serafina M.

"We feel lucky to have had the opportunity to work with Rachel Greenstein when we sold our townhouse in Brooklyn. Rachel helped guide us through the process of listing and showing our house during a pandemic, and she truly went the extra mile to find us the right buyer (at the right price). She has a great sense of how to market a house - and she doesn't neglect any detail when it comes to staging or promoting a property. Rachel has a great work ethic and is always willing to roll up her sleeves to get things done quickly and efficiently. Rachel's extensive network and communication skills serve her well - she understands the needs of prospective buyers, and she manages her clients' expectations and concerns throughout the process. Rachel comes with my highest recommendations, and we hope to have the chance to work with her again."
Dorothy S.

Spotlight

562 Bergen St

Only rarely does a property of this caliber – and pedigree, come to market. A masterwork of Swedish architect Magnus Dahlander, this 3,220 square-foot, five-bedroom, single-family home was built in the Romanesque Revival style in 1893. 562 Bergen Street is one of an ensemble of three homes, which, when seen from certain angles, appears to be a single mansion, punctuated on either side with two four-story turrets. But this splendid, move-in-ready townhouse stands out in particular with its east-to-west orientation, windows on three sides, and its dramatic arched entrance set on the long side of the structure, which so beautifully blends rough-hewn brick, brownstone details, and lovely plantings at every turn. Entering through the grand rounded door with its beveled glass panes, sidelights, and stained glass, you arrive in a proper vestibule with a patterned period tile floor and original oak detail. Just beyond, the foyer centers around the distinctive staircase with restored balusters and railings. It opens on one side to the front parlor with delicate fretwork, a pier mirror, the first of this home’s six mantels, and its turreted bay windows that bring in light from multiple directions. On the other side is a den/library with built-in bookcases and beyond that an office with tall windows and another mantle. The two upper levels house five bedrooms and two bathrooms in total. On the third floor, each large bedroom has an original mantel, completely modernized walk-in closets, and other architectural details.

562 Bergen St

Rachel Greenstein’s Listings

Listed By Compass
VIRTUAL TOUR
Open: 6/26 11:00am - 12:00pm - By Appt
$2,675,000
3 BD
3.5 BA
2,357 SF
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
VIRTUAL TOUR
$2,495,000
3 BD
2.5 BA
1,890 SF
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
VIRTUAL TOUR
21 Revere Place

Crown Heights

$2,100,000
4 BD
2.5 BA
2,535 SF
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
VIRTUAL TOUR
$1,500,000
2 BD
1 BA
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
VIRTUAL TOUR
$1,500,000
2 BD
1 BA
1,100 SF
Listed By Compass
Contract Signed
VIRTUAL TOUR
$1,050,000
1 BD
1 BA