Sr. Vice President
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Park Avenue Office
Tel: (212) 381-3215
Cell: (646) 322-3215
Languages Spoken: YIDDISH
As a Senior Vice President and an award winning broker at Halstead, Eva Gellin has built her reputation on her unrivaled integrity, endless energy and total commitment to her work. She is talented at quickly assessing the unique needs and desires of her clients. She listens carefully to discern which of New York’s many and nuanced neighborhoods may interest her clients, while every step of the way she educates them on the ever changing and fast-paced New York City real estate market.
Eva’s extensive knowledge of New York real estate is a result of more than 20 years in the business and more than 35 years as a resident of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. She sells properties all over Manhattan and Brooklyn, while the core of her work is done on the Upper East Side. As a native New Yorker who has raised two daughters in Manhattan, Eva’s first hand knowledge of both the public and private school systems can be an indispensable asset to clients considering raising a family in New York City.
Before entering the residential real estate market, Eva worked in public relations at the United Nations. She then enjoyed a career as a teacher in the NYC public school system as well as an adult educator teaching English as a second language to foreign students. To this day she receives letters and postcards from former students all over the world wanting to stay in touch with their favorite teacher.
Eva and her husband have two grown daughters, one an architect in NYC and the other a teacher in Japan. When not working, you may find Eva and her husband on a lawn at the Tanglewood Music Festival in the Berkshire mountains or perhaps navigating the frenetic streets of Tokyo.
Eva’s work is her pleasure and it shows in the relationships created and the referrals and repeat clients earned through her years in the business.
Halstead Property, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which Eva Gellin represented the buyer, the seller, or both:
By VIVIAN S. TOY
The surface of Metropolitan Tower reflects the construction of an even taller building, the 90-story One57, across the street.
New York Times - Friday, October 07, 2011
For buyers, the big opportunity is in smaller apartments.
By S.Jhoanna Robledo
The downside of the city’s relatively stable real-estate market is that, even in these uncertain economic times, it’s not as buyer-friendly as you...
New York Magazine - Sunday, September 25, 2011
By Lucy Cohen Blatter
As usual, Labor Day marked a pick-up in sales inventory after the typically slow summer. The seasonal increase should lead to more opportunity for buyers and more sales.
According to Noah...
AM New York - Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Columbia’s move piques curiosity
BY LANA BORTOLOT
Special to amNewYork
Not that long ago, only university students and historians knew where to find Manhattanville. Indeed, the neighborhood is often thought of as a western...
AM New York - Thursday, January 29, 2009
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