Looking for a place to live can be a grueling process, that’s why having the best real estate in the area is essential. You need someone who knows the area, can negotiate a deal, and has a backbone made of steel so at the end of the day you get the residential place you deserve. If you’re looking around Manhattan, New York, Andrew Heiberger is your man!
Andrew Heiberger grew up a family man, working in his family’s business since he was 16-years-old. It was this job that groomed him to become a successful real estate agent, as his family worked in the business of selling and buying land in Long Island, New York. It was also this early life experience that served as a foundation for his educational career, which he ended up earning a bachelor’s degree from University of Michigan and a law degree from the University of Miami, School of Law.
Ten years after he stated working, Andrew Heiberger started his first company at the age of 26. This company is named Citi Habitats, it is a Manhattan-based residential brokerage and he ran the company for ten years until he sold it in 2004 to NRT LLC. NRT LLC is the largest residential real estate brokerage company in the USA.
After selling Citi Habitats, Andrew Heiberger Buttonwood Development, a real estate development, investment and syndication firm in New York City. He paid homage to his childhood by naming the company after the street he grew up on, a tribute to the family history and his experiences growing up in New York and in the land business.
Not satisfied, Andrew Heiberger returned to the brokerage business with the founding of Town Residential, a luxury residential real estate firm, in December 2010. Within a year, the firm was ranked in The Real Deal’s list of top 10 largest residential brokerages in Manhattan. A powerful force in Manhattan residential brokerages, Mr. Heiberger makes sure to have a relationship outside the workforce; he serves as a member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and serves on their Board of Governors. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization, the University of Michigan Tri-State Leadership Committee and the New York Bar Association. He is also a philanthropist, and supports a multitude of charities including The Princess Margaret Hospital, The Fresh Air Fund, A Little Hope Foundation, The Max Cure Foundation, The Mann Foundation, The NephCure Foundation, Charna Radbell Foundation, Jewish National Fund, Friars Foundation, 100 Mile Man Foundation, CCFA (Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America), American Heart Association, the University of Michigan Scholarship Fund, The Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Besides being a busy and charitable man, Andrew Heiberger says that his greatest pride isn’t in his work, but in his family. He is a proud father of two children, a son and daughter named Lucas and Nikki, who live with him in New York.