President of Halstead Property Development Marketing
Stephen G. Kliegerman's long-standing career in real estate has earned him an esteemed reputation from colleagues and clients alike. As president of Halstead Property Development Marketing, Kliegerman oversees the operations, direction and management of new business, client relations, pre-development planning, marketing and sales for all new development projects represented by Halstead Property.
Along with his unmatched team of sales and marketing professionals, Kliegerman has built Halstead Property Development Marketing into a market leader in the industry. Since 2000 when Kliegerman started the division, the Halstead Property Development Marketing team has completed $5 billion in sales, represented over 200 developments, and worked with prominent developers such as Toll Brothers, Stahl, L&M, BFC & Gotham Development.
A graduate of The George Washington University and a Licensed Real Estate Broker since 1989, Kliegerman previously owned and operated his own real estate brokerage, management and consulting firm, Herbert H. Kliegerman Associates, Inc. In 1998, the firm, which specialized in the management, sale and leasing of co-ops, condos, and lofts in Downtown Manhattan, merged with Halstead Property and Stephen was appointed Executive Director of Downtown Sales.
With more than 25 years of sales, marketing and branding experience, Kliegerman was the recipient of the 2012 Henry Forster Award for lifetime achievement at The Real Estate Board of New York 24th Annual Residential Deal of the Year Awards and Charity Gala. A highly-engaged member and leader of REBNY, for which he currently serves as Co-Chair of New Development Committee, Kliegerman has previously served twice as Chairman of Residential Ethics Committees and four terms as Chairman of the Downtown Committee. He also serves on the advisory board for The George Washington’s University’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis and was recently asked to join the Board of Directors of Common Ground, a not-for-profit organization that aims to end homelessness through developing affordable housing for vulnerable New York families and individuals.
Kliegerman is an avid skier and athlete who enjoys coaching his son’s baseball team as well as his daughter’s softball team. He also frequently runs and bikes with his wife, Allie.
The Shelton, a newly constructed 14-story affordable co-op development in Bedford Stuyvesant will begin closings in early May, announced the Halstead Property Development Marketing company today. Located at 775 Lafayette Avenue between Throop Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard, The Shelton is an 83-unit middle-income building featuring one-,...
Bed-Stuy Patch - Monday, April 22, 2013
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New York Times - Friday, January 11, 2013
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Business Insider - Thursday, January 03, 2013
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