Peter R. Marra joined Halstead in 2017 as the firm's Managing Director of Connecticut. Based out of Halstead's Greenwich office, Peter is responsible for overseeing the firm's regional operations throughout Fairfield County.
Peter has had a long and successful career in the real estate industry, bringing to Halstead more than 35 years of experience and expertise. Since 2004, he served as Executive Vice President at Brown Harris Stevens, where he managed the firm's Carnegie Hill location in Manhattan. Previously, Peter was the President and owner of William B. May Company for twenty-five years, where he grew the firm to seven offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Westchester and over 200 salespeople. Peter has been an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York where he was a member of the Board of Governors, past co-chairman of the Residential Board of Directors, three time co-chairman of the Interim Forum and chairman of the Ethics Committee. His colleagues honored Peter in 1999 with the distinctive Henry Forster Award, presented by the Board for his outstanding record of achievement in residential real estate, for having displayed the character and conduct that have brought credit to the profession and for his longstanding commitment to charity work in the community.
Peter recently moved to Ridgefield, Connecticut and was previously a longtime resident of Westchester County, where he started his real estate career.