Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Tel: (212) 381-4242
Cell: (917) 841-3652
Manhattan native Emily Fuller Kingston has not only witnessed the fascinating evolution of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods; she’s also enjoyed great success selling many of the wonderful homes that lie within them. A Manhattan real estate veteran since 1986, Emily is an accomplished Agent with the Soho office of Halstead Property, LLC, where she’s successfully served clients since 1993. Her outstanding results have earned Emily repeated recognition as a Producer's Council, Platinum Circle and Private Brokerage Council member; yet her ultimate reward is the ongoing repeat and referral clients who validate the superior quality of her work.
A 1969 pioneer resident of TriBeCa, Emily raised her son in TriBeca, Soho and Noho. While in Soho, she enjoyed the adventure of buying and renovating two buildings with a group of other artists. Emily has since renovated five of her own personal loft/apartment residences, and has enjoyed the journey of progress that’s gone hand in hand with downtown life. She has extensive experience in the sale and rental of loft co-ops and condos, as well as conventional apartments, townhouses and commercial properties both downtown and throughout the city. She also enjoys educating buyers and sellers on the market, and helping to orchestrate a seamless deal that best satisfies their unique needs.
Emily serves a diverse clientele, yet because of her deep roots in the art community enjoys a niche clientele in that area. After earning her BS in Art Education from Tufts University, she moved to New York and found work at The Museum of Modern Art where she interacted with numerous curators, architects and artists who presented their work. Emily also studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for four years, and at the Art Student's League and School of Visual Arts in NYC. She has long been an active and dedicated contemporary realistic landscape painter whose work can be found in the Museum of Modern Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and other public collections.
With an artistic sensibility and keen eye for design that complements her vast expertise and market knowledge, Emily not only helps buyers envision the possibilities of space, but brings to life the best features of a seller’s home to ensure optimal exposure, and the highest price. All her loyal clients appreciate the tremendous care, dedication, integrity and professionalism she demonstrates through their real estate transactions.
Outside of work, her interests include art, architecture, antiques, and the history of New York City from the 17th–20th Century. Emily is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, and has served as an artist trustee of the Bergen Museum of Art & Science in Paramus, New Jersey. She currently resides in Chelsea.
Halstead Property, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which Emily Fuller Kingston represented the buyer, the seller, or both:
Suyvesant Square Area $459,000 201 East 15th Street Studio 1 bathroom 16 weeks on the market 450-sq.-ft. postwar studio co-op; dining area, h/w floors, Murphy bed, north exposure; pets allowed, live-in superintendent, elevator, laundry room and storage; maintenance $790, 63%...
New York Times - Sunday, November 15, 2015
After apartment-hunting in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for months this spring, Dr. Ronald Nath finally lucked out with a two-bedroom duplex at the top of a condominium, listed at $800,000. A day after a crowded open house, Dr. Nath,...
New York Times - Friday, July 19, 2013
211 Thompson Street (Bleeker St.)
670 Sq.-ft. postwar duplex co-op; part-time doormen, renovated kitchen and bath, spiral staircase to bedroom, balcony, h/w floors; maintenance...
New York Times - Friday, January 11, 2013
By Christian L. Wright
EARLY one Saturday morning in June, a Heineken truck was picking up empties at the corner of Ludlow and Stanton Streets. Dominican workers were hauling pickles...
New York Times - Thursday, July 15, 2010
Most of condo conversion Ludlow Lofts hit the market in late 2007 to not much fanfare, and most units that closed in 2008 did so below asking prices in the low...
Curbed - Monday, June 07, 2010
Joel Stanger and Emily Fuller Kingston represented this exclusive property and it is now closed or no longer available. Take a sneak peek at this property and if you are interested in something comparable please reach them at: Joel Stanger - Tel: (212) 381-6509 firstname.lastname@example.org Emily Fuller Kingston - Tel: (212) 381-4242 email@example.com
Emily Fuller Kingston represented this exclusive property on the Lowe East Side and it is now closed or no longer available. Take a sneak peek at this property and if you are interested in something comparable please reach out to Emily at 212-381-4242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. No representation is made as to the accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate and all information should be confirmed by customer. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Halstead. Customer should consult with its counsel regarding all closing costs, including without limitation the New York State 1% tax paid by buyers on residential properties over $1 million. Halstead represents the seller/owner on Halstead's own exclusives, except if another agent of Halstead represents the buyer/tenant, in which case Halstead will be a dual agent with designated agents representing seller/owner and buyer/tenant. Halstead represents the buyer/tenant when showing the exclusives of other real estate firms. In all instances Halstead treats all parties fairly and honestly. Halstead actively supports equal housing opportunities. Halstead exclusive listings are updated daily. All other listings are processed and updated within 48 hours.