When it comes to luxury real estate, Town Residential is at the top of its game. They have been in business for over five years and the CEO, Andrew Heiberger, has put together an impressive team to meet any clients needs. His expansive team has a vast knowledge of the market and all it entails and they have the experience to back it up.
With the success that Town Residential has been experiencing, they have been growing as well. They will be opening a new office in the meat-packing district of Manhattan in New York City. Once this new office opens, this will be the 10th that has been opened in Manhattan in just the past three years.
This new office will bring a lot of advantages with it. The location is the best part. Being in the meat-packing district, the new office will have easy access to all of the residential neighborhoods nearby. This allows for the agents and the clients to meet up quickly and to see all that is available in the area.
The area that the new office will be in will take up the entire second floor of the building. The office will have 7100 square feet available to meet all of the needs of the office. The ceilings will be 16 feet high and will give a great open feel. There will be a private roof deck that can be used for many purposes. The design of the office will cater to all involved in the real estate game. Buyers can come in and work with their agents. Brokers can come in and work with the clients to seal the deal. The overall feel of the office will be a positive one.
Also making a move with Town Residential will be Thomas & Ingram. They are a brokerage firm and will work with Town Residential on many real estate deals. Thomas & Ingram will also be moving to the meat-packing district so they will be close by and their working relationship will only grow.
The luxury real estate market in New York City is a competitive market but Town Residential has flown high above the rest to establish themselves as the premier real estate firm. Their move will only expand their market and they will continue to grow.