Ceiling height, wall space, security, and lighting are essential requirements of art collectors. Having an agent who understands how these factors impact an art collector’s choice of apartments can be extremely important. The agents below have distinguished themselves as specialists in working with art collectors.

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  • Carolyn developed many of her real estate skills while working as an art consultant and appraiser for such notable concerns as the Guggenheim Museum, the Michael Ingbar Gallery in Soho, and at Those ten years in the art field taught her the importance of staying in touch with her clientele, and being current with the statistics of the residential market.

    Paul & Carolyn Zweben
    12 client reviews
  • We are both graduates of Cornell University's College of Architecture Art and Planning. Further, Ginnie comes from a highly acclaimed background in fine art, advertising and production, and design, so we understand the unique real estate needs of art collectors.

  • I am a recognized collector of contemporary art. My collection includes Picasso, Giacometti, Sam Francis, Caldor, George Segal, Andy Warhol, Jean Arp, Botero, Jim Dine, Hans Hofmann, Motherwell, Wesselman and others. I have been a board member and supporter of The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut for twenty years. I have an aesthetic sense that will recognize your needs. I have successfully remodeled penthouses and townhouses for my clients and I can provide the expert guidance that you require to create the home you desire for you and your collection.

    Sachiko Goodman
    8 client reviews