Director of Sales, Brooklyn
Trish Martin joined Halstead Property as Director of Sales of Brooklyn in the Summer of 2011. With more than 30 years of real estate and management experience, she is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Halstead's three Brooklyn offices located in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Park Slope and Boerum Hill. Trish will also spearhead Halstead's strategic growth in the local area.
Trish was previously a Vice President and Director with Brown Harris Stevens in both Brooklyn and Manhattan for more than seven years. She was one of the few inter-borough brokers in the industry where she represented the growing numbers of residents migrating between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Her depth of knowledge of these vastly different markets ensured that both the selling and buying side of the process were handled with the utmost professionalism. In conjunction with her extensive background in managing international projects for high profile firms, Trish brings a well planned and thoughtful approach to the real estate arena.
Before joining BHS, she had her own firm focused on interior project management for commercial developments where she worked with clients such as Tiffany & Co., the Food Network, St. James Church, The Lycée Français de New York and MoMA. Prior to that, she worked in the publishing industry focusing on architectural publications including Traditional Building, a trade publication that she helped to found that is geared to commercial architects and contractors; and The Old House Journal, a national magazine.
A resident of Park Slope for more than 25 years, Trish is very active in the community. She founded Partnership for Independent Means, a not-for-profit located in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn whose mission is to create balance, self-sufficiency and financial stability in the lives of at-risk single mothers and their children. Trish is also the Vice President of the Board of Directors for T.O.P.S. for You, Inc., a Bushwick based not-for-profit focused on opportunities for low-income families to stabilize and improve their lives and the lives of others, with particular emphasis on personal self-sufficiency and leadership development. In addition, she was a founding member of the New York City Cyclones Youth Hockey Program and Scholarship Fund that is housed in Chelsea Piers.
Halstead Property has acquired the assets of Aguayo Real Estate Group, a boutique Brooklyn brokerage and development firm, bringing the company’s presence in the borough up to five offices. Peggy Aguayo, a founder of the eponymous firm, will join Halstead as an associate broker and executive vice president, and...
The Real Deal - Tuesday, April 23, 2013
In the spring issue of LORE magazine, we feature four real estate professionals who dropped everything to help out fellow homeowners, renters and those in need after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Jersey Shore. Of course, they weren’t the only ones to help. Here are some other stories of kindness....
Real Trends - Wednesday, February 06, 2013
By Marc Santora
DEVELOPERS in New York City have had a lot of success luring buyers to high-end apartments with the latest dazzling amenity. Heat reflexology flooring, anyone? ut the feature still most likely to draw people is not something new and shiny but old and reliable:...
New York Times - Monday, June 04, 2012
Halstead Property is pleased to announce that three new agents have joined the Boerum Hill office, one of three Halstead offices in Brooklyn. The agents are comprised of well-known veteran Park Slope brokers— Jackie Lew, Marc Wisotsky, and Robert Krieger, who all join the top firm as Senior Vice Presidents....
Mann Report - Friday, April 06, 2012
By Melissa Dehncke-McGill
There’s no shortage of neighborhoods that real estate brokers have attempted to coin with catchy names, from widely used newer names like Nolita (North of Little Italy) to names that haven’t caught on with the public yet like SoBro (South Bronx). But one thing...
The Real Deal - Sunday, April 01, 2012
Hear from the voices of the executives at Halstead on their reaction to the February 4th Annual Meeting at Cipriani's 42nd Street that honored the top agents of 2012 and looked forward to the new tools agents will have in 2013.
Trish Martin, Director of Sales for our 3 Brooklyn Offices, sat down with us to sit down for our latest Closing Time. Trish discusses the allure of Brooklyn, her passion for hockey, why she chose to become a sales director, & more.
Director of Sales for Halstead Brooklyn, Trish Martin, gives an extensive tour of Boerum Hill. This classic neighborhood offers convenient transportation, gorgeous architecture and excellent dining, shopping & entertainment options
Director of Sales for Halstead Brooklyn, Trish Martin, gives an extensive tour of Williamsburg. This stylish & engaging community offers stunning views, convenience to Manhattan and endless dining, shopping & entertainment options.
Director of Sales for Halstead Brooklyn, Trish Martin & some of her talented agents show us one of the largest neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Park Slope is known for its brownstones, limestones, rolling acres of park land, & limitless cultural activities.