A native New Yorker and top New York City real estate professional with intimate knowledge of the city's neighborhoods and nuances, Emma Maitland combines professional experience in the worlds of branding, marketing, design and real estate with a commitment to exceptional and careful customer service. Known for her enthusiastic approach and affable personality, Emma quickly forms genuine connections with each of her clients, who consistently appreciate her innovative thinking, tireless work ethic, and ability to find the right real estate solution for them.
"Having grown up in New York City, I have always been passionate about what makes this place so special," says Emma. "I am captivated by the way the city is always changing, and I keep my clients up to date on everything new and interesting."
A resident of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Emma has a broad and detailed understanding of the marketplace across Downtown Manhattan neighborhoods like Nolita, Greenwich Village, SoHo, the West Village and the East Village, as well as in Williamsburg. Before real estate, Emma worked at a prestigious NYC design firm. Whether working with buyers, sellers or renters, her experience in branding and marketing, as well as her innate sense for aesthetics, proves invaluable to her clients in the world of real estate.
With a deep and broad background in nutrition, Emma is also a chef and a founding partner in Last Food, a locally sourced food business based in New York City.
Emma graduated from NYU with a Bachelor's degree in Media, Culture, and Communications and a minor in Art History, and also spent time studying Global Communications in French and English at the American University of Paris/Sorbonne. When not out exploring the Brooklyn restaurant scene, she can reliably be found delighting people with hand prepared locally sourced foods at private venues throughout the city. She is also a passionate volunteer with organizations that builds sustainable and affordable housing and non-governmental organization that promotes microeconomics and education in impoverished villages around the world.
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