Lic. Assoc. Real Estate Broker
As the top producing broker at CORE, Emily Beare is the go-to specialist for clients seeking to navigate the Manhattan luxury residential sector. Ranked among the nation’s top 250 real estate sales teams based on volume according to The Wall Street Journal/Real Trend’s 2014 “The Thousand” list, she works in collaboration with her son and daughter, David and Elizabeth, on both re-sales and high-end rentals and new construction, in exclusive enclaves from Central Park to Chelsea and beyond. She boasts nearly a billion dollars in sales to date, handling innumerable high-profile, record-setting sales.
Emily is a notable new development sales and marketing force, responsible for the sellout of 141 Fifth Avenue, the hugely successful downtown Beaux Arts conversion containing a $12 million triplex penthouse built-out in the building's cupola dome. Additionally, before closings on the building commenced, she single-handedly sold out 520 West Chelsea, a new construction development near the High Line Park.
Emily is regularly appears in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and other outlets for her expertise with the City's ultimate trophy properties. She is also seen in The Real Deal’s annual list of “Top Agents”. In 2011, Emily was named a New York Residential Specialist, a REBNY "Board Certified" designation awarded to top New York City brokers. Affable, professional, and discreet, Emily exceeds clients’ expectations. She is a trusted advisor to her loyal clientele which includes notable restaurateurs, developers, architects, and designers.
Prior to real estate, Emily ran a successful watch business and had a career trading gold on the commodities exchange. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Art History and Photography from Clark University. She is a proud supporter of The New York City Ballet and the Mount Sinai Women’s Health Program and sits on the advisory board of the Lalela Project, a South African charity which promotes the global exchange of ideas, art and music to empower children affected by extreme poverty.
* The Corcoran Group, ** Douglas Elliman Real Estate, *** Brown Harris Stevens LLC, **** Town Residential, ***** Warburg Realty Partnership, ****** Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, ******* Metropolitan Property Group, ******** Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy,