Town Residential is a real estate brokerage firm that is led by the visionary business strategist Andrew Heiberger. Since he founded the company in 2010, he has been an incredible driving force in real estate. Town Residential now has more than 500 licensed real estate representatives in its employ, and they are at the top of the industry. At this point in time, Town Residential has 10 strategically located office buildings for its operations. The most recently added office is in the meatpacking district of New York City.
Town Residential is a money making machine. It has done more than $10 billion in sales since its inception, and it is one of the fastest growing brokerage firms of all time. With its new 10th office in the meatpacking district, Town Residential is poised to better serve the residential neighborhoods in the Hudson River area. It is certain to be an attractive new addition to the neighborhood. The company signed a 15 year deal for the 7,100 square foot office. The office encompasses the entire second floor of 446 W. 14th street. Adding to its panache is a luxurious roof deck at the top level of the building. When clients step into Town Residential’s new abode, they will immediately feel the prestige of the company. Another benefit of the office is the message it sends to ambitious real estate representatives. If you want to make a lot of money, you need to join Town Residential. The office truly differentiates it from other companies, and it is already helping it to form new strategic alliances.
Thomas & Ingram, a boutique brokerage firm, has decided to join hands with Town Residential in the meatpacking district office. They have extensive contacts and experience in the West Village which makes it a mutually profitable partnership. Employees from other branches of Town Residential are requesting to transfer to the new office because they want to be in the premiere location for the company. The office is located centrally in the High Line park area. It is conveniently accessible to the local residents and business people. The area has seen significant growth in recent years and condo developers are continuing to pour money into it. This creates ample opportunity for Town Residential to earn billions more in profit.
Andrew sees the entire West Side of New York as a connected whole, and he aims to dominate it with his network of offices full of hungry real estate representatives. The office has a rent nearing $100 per square foot, but that is a small price to pay considering how much Town expects to earn in that location. Town Residential looks forward to serving the people of the area and forming more strategic financial partnerships.