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Paul Gottsegen

Paul Gottsegen

President, Halstead Management Company
pgottsegen@halstead.com
212-508-7335

Mr. Gottsegen serves as the President and Director of Management of the Halstead Management Company, LLC which manages over 22,000 multi-family units in the New York City area. He has over 25 years experience in real estate, encompassing all facets of rental, cooperative and condominium management. Prior to his leadership position with Halstead, Mr. Gottsegen was a Managing Director at the Insignia Residential Group. Previously, he held the position of Owner and Chief Executive of Soren Management, Inc. and, prior to that, he served as a Vice President with Douglas Elliman-Gibbons & Ives.

Mr. Gottsegen is a New York State licensed real estate broker, an Honorary Member of the New York Building Managers' Association, an Honorary Associate Member of the Scandinavian American Building Managers Guild, and a member of the Real Estate Board of New York's Residential Management Council. He holds the national designation of Certified Property Manager (CPM) and was awarded "C.P.M. of the Year" in 2007 by the Institute of Real Estate Management in Chicago, Illinois. In 2009 he was awarded Management Executive of the Year by the Real Estate Board of New York.

Mr. Gottsegen is on the board and serves on the Executive Committee of New Yorkers for Parks – a citywide independent organization championing quality parks and open spaces for all New Yorkers in all neighborhoods.

Paul's Recent Press Mentions

New York TimesLocked Out

My mother moved out of her co-op and into an assisted-living facility. Her co-op is held in a trust of which she, my sister and I are trustees; my mother is the guarantor. In October, I sent a letter to the co-op board stating that my husband and two children...
New York Times - Friday, June 03, 2016

Real Estate WeeklyDouglas Elliman Tapped To Manage Co-Op City America's Biggest Housing Complex

Co-op City’s board of directors has approved the hiring of Douglas Elliman Property Management to manage the day-to-day operations of the nation’s largest housing complex. The decision to hire the Elliman firm, which has 350 real estate management clients, came following a year and a half of delays in...
Real Estate Weekly - Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Habitat MagazineTwo Co-Ops Two Very Different Paths

Jan. 6, 2016 — Two seemingly similar buildings flank 123rd Street on Madison Avenue in upper Manhattan. They were both built in the late 1990s, and they both started life as affordable co-op housing under the umbrella of the city’s Housing Development Corporation (HDC) and department of Housing Preservation and...
Habitat Magazine - Wednesday, January 06, 2016

New York TimesThe Red Tape Of New Windows In New York

In many parts of the country, replacing old, drafty, noisy windows is as simple as selecting products at a home improvement store and scheduling a contractor to install them. But that’s not the case in New York, where window replacement, like so many facets of home renovation, is governed by...
New York Times - Wednesday, December 30, 2015

New York TimesSupers Who Break The Glass Ceiling

Until her Fitbit broke, Mary Kearney faithfully wore it to track her peregrinations up and down the corridors and stairs and across the lobby, the terrace, the garden and the workout room at Tribeca Park, a rental building in Battery Park City. Average daily travel: five miles. “I...
New York Times - Sunday, October 18, 2015