Hudson Yards and on down to TriBeca is a whole world of activity, and Town Residential is now a big part of it. Recently, Town signed a 15 year deal for new office space along the Hudson River. This real estate company is regarded as one of the fastest growing real estate companies in the state of New York, and they are taking over NYC. This office will be number ten for Town Residential as they continue to make their presence known with their uptown brand.
Welcoming the new residents are the neighborhoods that have graced the Hudson River for many years. The meat packing district is where Town now calls home, and it lends them access to the upcoming neighborhoods that every real estate company wants to service. Brokers will most likely share the wealth of what this neighborhood has to offer with their prospective clients, and a big portion of this is the High Line. This recreational area is under two miles, stretching along Hudson Yards and down to TriBeca.
Founder and CEO Andrew Heiberger says that this second floor is just what they were looking for to seal the deal for office number ten. With 7,100 square feet of space, Town Residential is sure to accommodate the classiest of clients, focused on upscale living with the best that New York City has to offer. This new spot features ceilings that are 16 feet high, and a deck on the roof which is private just for Town and their clients.
Heiberger believes that this new space truly exemplifies the brand they are building, and joining them will be Thomas and Ingram, a private brokerage. This joining of the hands is great news as this brokerage moves into their office space with them, building the team beyond anything that Heiberger ever imagined. This West Village resident is no stranger to the meat packing district, as Town is also moving one of their smaller offices into the new space.
Town Residential has always exemplified upscale living, and this fast growing brokerage is turning heads in the industry as they continue to close deal after deal with high-end clients. Town Residential is only three years old, and is growing at warp speed in the heart of NYC.