President of Halstead Property Development Marketing
Stephen G. Kliegerman's long standing career in real estate has earned him an esteemed reputation from his colleagues and clients alike. As Executive Director of Development Marketing for Halstead Property, LLC, Stephen is responsible for the operations, direction and management of new business, client relations, pre-development planning, marketing and sales. Along with his unmatched team of sales and marketing professionals, Stephen has built the Development Marketing Division into the market leader in the industry through unparalleled customer service, creative marketing and record setting sales teams. Often sought out by the city's top developers, Stephen played an instrumental role in securing Halstead Property as the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the Toll Brothers' four new developments in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island City; this represents the first time Toll Brothers has ever used an outside firm. In addition, Stephen consults with some of the top developers in the country based on his knowledge and expertise in new developments. As a result of his experience, he is quoted frequently in the media.
A graduate of The George Washington University and a Licensed Real Estate Broker since 1989, Stephen 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 Coops, Condos, and Lofts in Downtown Manhattan, merged with Halstead Property and Stephen was appointed Executive Director of Downtown Sales.
Over the past 20 years, Stephen has established himself as a leader in the brokerage community through his efforts in the Downtown Brokers Association of which he served a five year term as its President. Stephen is also a highly active member and leader of The Real Estate Board of New York for which he currently serves as Co-Chair of the Interfirm Forum and has also served three terms on the Residential Ethics Committees (twice as Chairman) and four terms as Chairman of the Downtown Committee. Additionally, Stephen was among the catalysts for the renowned industry RLS and 72 hour co-broke rule which helped to revolutionize the way brokerage firms cooperate throughout the city.
Well versed in every aspect of the sales, management, development and motivation process, Stephen works side by side with his sales and marketing directors, project managers and marketing coordinators to ensure that every aspect of the development process is managed with precision, professionalism and the highest level of business ethics. It is these qualities that have enable Stephen to rise to the top of his field.
In addition to having an active and passionate professional life, Kliegerman has an equally active personal life where he enjoys skiing, fishing, baseball, the arts and spending quality time with his two children. Stephen consistently puts his all into everything he does and enjoys the results and satisfaction of knowing that his family and clients get his full attention, and ultimately a result equal to that effort.
In an age of supertall condominiums with outrageous amenities, walk-up apartments continue to hold their own, new data from Citi Habitats reveal. Indeed, the average monthly rent for one-bedroom luxury walk-ups in New York City jumped 5.7 percent over the past year, the data show, while the average monthly...
The Real Deal - Monday, December 02, 2013
Robert Peruzzi was so determined to rent the fifth-floor walk-up he had seen on Irving Place that he was willing to outbid another potential tenant and pay $150 more than the original asking rent.
Mr. Peruzzi, 35, now shells out $3,450 a month for the one-bedroom, which has exposed brick,...
New York Times - Friday, November 29, 2013
More churches are considering deals with developers as land prices reach historic highs, paving the way for disputes between builders, strapped-for-cash religious institutions, preservation groups and neighborhood residents.
“Churches are on the radar” of several developers, Stephen Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing, told the Wall...
The Real Deal - Monday, September 23, 2013
Neighbors and preservationists are trying to stop a deal by a church on Park Avenue to sell its century-old limestone and granite rectory and parish house to a developer of some of New York's most expensive condominiums.
The only drawings submitted to the city so far show a...
Wall Street Journal - Friday, September 20, 2013
When it comes to ranking new developments, glitzy Manhattan projects usually steal the show. But looking across the river, Brooklyn has also had a busy year on the new development front. Using data from real estate database CityRealty, The Real Deal ranked the Brooklyn new developments that raked in...
The Real Deal - Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Learn about some of the competitive advantages of working with the largest privately owned real estate firm in the New York Metropolitan area, Halstead Property.
The wonderful 80 Metropolitan building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is featured on ABC News for adhering to a new city law that requires all new construction to provide bicycle storage for residents.
Harlem condominium development, 2280 FDB, is featured on a July 6th Nightly Business Report. 2280 FDB has reported steady sales and is shown as an example that the city's residential market is healthier than much of the nation.
We're letting the current residents explain it for themselves. Hear what these residents have to say about living at 80 Metropolitan in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Stephen Kliegerman, Executive Director of Development Marketing, featured on January 2, 2008 NBC Morning News segment speaking about the pros and cons of buying a fully furnished apartment or condo.