Quest, "Top Downtown Brokers"

My career began in the real estate corporate finance department of Goldman Sachs. Every step of my career after Goldman involved a major real estate component. But my first love was always residential real estate, including architecture and design. When I decided to make a change in my career, I came back to residential real estate—it had been calling me for a long time.

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The New York Times, "On the Market in New York City"

A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath full-floor condo with dedicated parking. PROS: Recently renovated, the loft-like space has three exposures, a turret sitting room and high-end design elements. CONS: The unit is a two-flight walk-up.

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Avenue, "The Crowned Heads of Real Estate"

The real estate business reigns supreme in New York. These are the men and women who hold the keys to the kingdom. If you’re looking to buy, sell or rent, you’re not going to top these incredible realtors.

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The New York Times, "Big Ticket"

The week’s runner-up, at $13,850,000, according to city records, was a fully renovated turn-of-the-last-century townhouse at 21 Perry Street, a prime tree-lined street in the heart of the West Village. Its monthly taxes are $3,653, according to the listing with Compass.

Joshua Wesoky of Compass represented the sellers, the money manager John H. Haley and Anna F. Haley.

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Compass Quarterly, "Downtown Manhattan’s Best-Kept Secret"

Spring in New York City is a splendid sight. Particularly on the romantic side streets of Manhattan’s West Village. And tucked between such neighborhood mainstays as the Village Vanguard and The Waverly Inn, this 19th-century townhouse is the epitome of its enchanting environs.

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Financial Times, "New York: in-demand Greenwich Village fights to save its identity"

The Village has clearly achieved high prices over the years, but, whether or not it is still cool is a matter of opinion. “The Village, at least in the eyes of the buyers I work with, is still cool,” says Joshua Wesoky of Compass. “That doesn’t mean it’s cutting edge — it lost that a long time ago to areas like Bushwick and Williamsburg — but it still has a distinctly Bohemian flavour.”

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