Town Residential of NYC is Expanding

Town Residential is New York’s most revered luxury real estate firm. Founded in 2010, they strive to become one of the best in the real estate market for New York City. They specialize in sales, leasing, marketing, and handling property development for both commercial and residential purposes. They have been named as one of the top 50 employers to work for in New York City. Their team of professionals have advanced knowledge and experience in the residential real estate industry. The company is currently led by Andrew Heiberger and Jacqueline Pestana. Their main location is located at 33 Irving Place. They have several other offices within New York City, located in: Gramercy, the Financial District, Fifth Avenue, Astor Place, Soho and the Upper East Side.

 

Town Residential is now expanding their reach to a new office in the meatpacking district of Manhattan. The new office will make them more visible to the residents that live near the Hudson river. The office’s new location is located within view of the beautiful High Line park. This new area is one of the hottest neighborhoods of New York City and more condo buildings are being developed in the area. The rent of the new location has not been disclosed to the park, but it is expected to be high since real estate in the area is over $90 per square foot.

 

Thomas & Ingram will be joining Town Residential in their new office to handle sales in West Village. They are also relocated their old office from Horatio Street to be integrated into the new location.

 

Town Residential has had some recent high profile customers. Kylie and Kendall Jenner rented out their penthouse in Tribeca from Ron Moelis. The penthouse is located at 15 Leonard street and it is valued at over $7 million. It is estimated that the Jenners are paying over $28,000 per month for the penthouse.

 

The firm currently has several multi million dollar estates listed for sale, according to The Real Deal.They have a $13,650,000 property in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a $13,700,000 in Brooklyn and a $5,900,000 synagogue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.