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Since 2001, Julia Boland has enjoyed a coveted level of success marketing and selling all types of Manhattan real estate, from co-op and condo resales to townhouse sales and new developments throughout the city. Her exemplary performance has earned her consistent referrals and repeat business, as well as ongoing awards as a Top 75 Broker by The Real Deal (2014), and Broker of the Year at her previous brokerage firm.
Known as a northern Manhattan expert, Julia has sold luxury real estate from Harlem to Tribeca. She is frequently quoted in the media for her expertise, and sought after by clients for her outstanding level of service. In addition to her stellar reputation for marketing and selling many new luxury condominium projects for developers, Julia and her team work extensively with individual clients looking to sell, buy or rent Manhattan apartments and townhouses. Having planned and managed the entire gut renovation of her own brownstone in Harlem, she has an intimate understanding of complex projects, transactions, negotiations, and investment property.
A consummate professional, Julia is the ultimate real estate advisor and advocate for her clients. Her attentive personal service, encyclopedic market knowledge and straightforward approach will ensure that your real estate experience is informative and stress-free. She is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, and completed the prestigious REBNY New York Residential Specialist Designation course.
Originally from Connecticut, Julia lived abroad in Paris and Hong Kong before settling in NYC. She previously resided on the Upper West Side, and currently lives in the beautiful Mount Morris Park section of Harlem with her energtic athlete son and Havanese dog, Rufus.
I am delighted to share our Q1 Manhattan Report. Inside you will find a detailed analysis of residential real estate sales that closed in Manhattan in Q1 2017 (January 1st through March […]
The 2016 Manhattan Townhouse Report has just been published. While the days of getting a brownstone for under $1 million are behind us, relative bargains can still be found above 96th Street. The average […]
Thing are changing in “El Barrio.” Over the past two years, East Harlem — also known as Spanish Harlem with a predominantly Puerto Rican, Dominican and Mexican diaspora — has slowly become […]
Julia Boland, broker, Corcoran: “East Harlem is an increasingly popular neighborhood that is now bridging the new East Harlem rezoning and the historically luxe amenities and services of Carnegie Hill. Even now, […]
2016 ended much as it began – with a variety of mixed signals indicative of shifting market conditions. Average price per square foot was up 6% year-over-year. But its 1% quarter-over-quarter change […]
As a new development expert, I am always impressed with the creativity and ingenuity of developers who put together new sites. 1399 Park Ave is an assemblage of six lots, resulting in […]
The Corcoran Q2 Manhattan Market Report Key Findings of the Second Quarter Report: Prices coming under pressure. Though still at near-record levels, the average sale price in Manhattan retreated 6% from the $2.12 […]
The Corcoran Q1 2016 Manhattan Market Report Key Findings of the First Quarter Report: New record prices. For the first time ever, the average sale price in Manhattan surpassed $2 million thanks […]
Perch Harlem, the first market rate rental designed to Passive House standards, is currently being built in Hamilton Heights by Synapse Development Group and Taurus Investment Holdings. The Boland Team sat down […]