Town Residential is a fast growing real estate firm that was founded by Andrew Heiberger as its chief executive in 2010. Heiberger also founded Citi Habitat in 1994, and later sold it to NRT LLC. Citi Habitat was also a real estate brokerage that focused majorly on rental. He is a real estate broker and a licensed attorney. Heiberger serves as the Board of governors of the Real Estate Board of New York.
Town Residential is a real estate firm that deals with luxury residential properties. Town Residential has approximately 201 – 500 employers. Its main focus is on new development marketing and residential estate sales and rentals. It has managed to become one of the best real estate firms in New York. It was ranked among the top 10 largest residential brokerages in Manhattan by The Real Deal. By September 2016, Town Residential had 7 locations in Manhattan.
Town Residential has managed to deliver quality results in the current real estate market, all thanks to its executive members that are closely working together. They are experienced, innovative and has always put into practice strong business principles in the day to day management of Town Residential. Their approach is simple and multi-dimensional and gives priority to sales, rentals and marketing of new development. Town Residential has its strengths like exceptional customer service, transparency and adequate information on their neighborhoods. Their purchase process comprises of professional guidance as well as dissemination of accurate information in regards to the property of interest.
On September 2013, Town Residential managed to lease an office in the meatpacking district. That was its 10th outpost within its 3 years of operation. That was a move to bring easy access to residential neighborhood along the Hudson. The leasing deal is meant to last for 15 years and the entire 2nd floor of 446W14th St., The 7,100 square-foot space is currently occupied by Town residential. The new space is supposed to attract brokers as well as symbolize Town Residential as an exemplary brand in real estate market setting it apart from other real estate firm. The landlord of the leased property is none other than Joseph Sitt who is also the co-owner of Town Residential as well as the founder of Thor Equities. His partnership with Town Residential has been beneficial as it puts Town Residential in an upper hand during the leasing of the 446W unlike the other potential tenants.
According to Crain’s, Town Residential is among the best places to work in New York City. The rating was done after several of their employees had given positive reviews about their working terms and conditions. Town Residential absorbed Thomas and Ingram in 2013 into their Meatpacking District office. Thomas and Ingram is a boutique brokerage that focuses majorly on the West Village sales. Town Residential has recently opened other outlets in the high profile locations. Its headquarters are on the ground floor o 33Irvin Place. Town Residential is a top real estate brokerage firm that has had outstanding performance, it is has excellent track records and exemplary performance.