Gabrielle Wuhl joins top producing broker Emily Beare as a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson to support her sales and marketing initiatives. Responsible for creating and executing one-of-a-kind marketing strategies, Gabrielle’s creative skills and innate understanding of one’s needs ensures each client and property is uniquely approached.
Inspired from an early age by the ever-evolving culture of each New York City neighborhood, her passion for real estate came naturally. Gabrielle graduated Cum Laude from New York University and has since remained a Downtown New Yorker. She currently resides in Nolita, where in her free time she may often be found in the Elizabeth Street Garden with her rescue dog, Toby.
What do you do best?
I’d like to think I’m best at keeping track of the little tasks and nuances, but also sight of the bigger picture.
What makes you the best?
When it comes to marketing, I offer fresh perspectives and ideas and a “yes” attitude. As for sales, I know New York City like the back of my hand so not only can I speak to a building, but also the neighborhood culture, offerings and character. I probably even know the coffee shop and dog run around the corner.
What are your aspirations?
I hope to be known as a loyal co-worker, professional, friend, daughter and sister. My aspirations are always changing, but my character remains the same.
The best is yet to come.
Most Challenging Moment?
There are never enough hours in the day!
Your personality is your business card and how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you is your trademark.
Anyone who is different than me. I’m always intrigued by those who have lived and thought differently – whether across the world or in my backyard.
Off the beaten path, wherever the locals are. Otherwise, Prince Street here in New York and Rue du Bac in Paris.
Reformation clothing, Catbird jewelry, Outdoor Voices active wear, Glossier skincare and diptyque scents.
Meeting new people and growing closer to the old, The Sunday New York Times, Hamilton, Adam Platt food reviews in New York Magazine, Derek Blasberg culture reviews in Vanity Fair and hard work.