Thomas has closed over $50 million in sales revenue
Ranked by the Wall Street Journal's Real Trends 2016 Top Producing Agents by Sales Volume
B.A. in Fine Arts/Art History from New York University
Thomas' clients greatly appreciate his sophisticated negotiating skills, creative marketing campaigns and unwavering work ethic and as a result, he has built exceptionally strong and lasting relationships with his clients that transcend transactions. Bottom line, he delivers results and is a trusted adviser that is always available to offer his candid assessments of the market.
Whether buying or selling a cooperative, condo or townhouse, Thomas will surpass any standards of service to help you reach your goals. More recently, he has expanded his sales beyond Manhattan and has gained incredible insights into niche Brooklyn markets such as Park Slope, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill and Crown Heights as he has transacted over a dozen sales of town homes in these neighborhoods over the past two years. In 2019, Thomas is slated to market and sell 10 condo conversions in various Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Thomas owns his apartment on the Upper West Side. Originally from Glen Ridge, New Jersey, he graduated from New York University College of Arts and Science with a degree in Fine Arts/ Art History. Outside of real estate, he is an accomplished abstract oil painter, enjoys traveling to warm destinations and is an avid fan of professional tennis.
169 Eagle Street
Welcome to 169 Eagle Street- a beautifully appointed new boutique condominium in prime Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed and built by local firm Mortar Architecture and Development, these carefully crafted homes offer timeless design and thoughtful details. 169 Eagle features studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom residences- including select homes with private gardens and penthouses with sunny roof decks and keyed elevator access. Nearly every home offers some amount of private outdoor space whether it's a balcony, terrace, or yard in addition to a common roof deck.
The interior finishes at 169 Eagle are bespoke and subtle- grey lacquer custom cabinetry, wide plank oak flooring from PID floors, oversized floor to ceiling windows, modern open kitchens with Caesarstone countertops, and baths featuring LaCava sinks, and Kohler and Grohe fixtures.
169 Eagle's brick facade references Greenpoint's history as a working class neighborhood for dock workers- yet updates it with a modern twist by incorporating floor to ceiling glass, custom ironwork and matte black detailing. Today, Greenpoint's arts and culture scene is second to none in NYC- and there are countless notable shops and restaurants where one can discover a new treasure daily. 169 Eagle is just 3 blocks to the waterfront, and close to the East River Ferry at India Street, the G train, and the E/V trains in Long Island City, as well as a CitiBike dock around the corner.
139 Huron Street - The Bath Haus
Originally constructed in 1903 as one of 13 Public Bath Houses in New York City, this architectural jewel has now been reimagined for 21st century living. Unique and distinctive, the facade of the Bath Haus preserves architect Louis H. Voss' original vision, maintains and restores its original architectural elements, and pays homage to the spirit of the City Beautiful movement in New York of which it was born. With only 9 residences, the Bath Haus offers a rare opportunity to purchase a home with architectural provenance in the heart of Greenpoint- quickly emerging as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in all of New York City.
Designed by award-winning NYC design firm Meshberg Group- the residence interiors at the Bath Haus are elegant and minimalist. Natural Carrara and Bello marble reference the building’s history, while 7" PID European Oak flooring and oversized custom windows bring warmth and sunlight into each home. Kitchens feature a fully integrated Bosch and Leibherr appliance package with matte white and brushed metal finish cabinetry, and each residence comes with a Bosch Washer and Dryer. There is a common roof deck, available storage, and a common recreational room for resident's use. Closings anticipated early 2021.