When it comes to knowing the ins and outs of the Big Apple, no one understands the real estate market better than real estate broker and native New Yorker Russell Dinstein. Born and raised in New York City, and having lived in the Silk Building, Hampton House, 133 Water Street, and the Alwyn Court Apartments in such diverse areas as Midtown West, Greenwich Village, Dumbo and the Upper East Side, he knows first-hand the housing nuances of each neighborhood. Russell's license as a real estate broker combines his business acumen with his passion for city living. Russell has sold apartments from Battery Park to Hudson Heights – in new development condo conversions in the Strathmore and Pascal Condominium to co-op conversions in Fort Tryon Gardens. Russell has also rented over 250 apartments in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx: in some of the finer rental buildings, including Silver Towers, The Crystal House, The Boulevard, The Clocktower, Kips Bay Towers, 110 Livingston Street, Block Hall, and 125 Court St and in lesser-known co-ops like 45-55 Pineapple Street. Russell is committed to helping his clients achieve their objectives by finding the ideal property for their needs and price range. He understands that a superior agent listens carefully to his clients, provides up-to-date listing information, and ultimately ensures his clients are satisfied. Russell owns and manages real property and has the experience to negotiate vigorously and astutely on his client's behalf only for the deal that he would accept for himself. Don't settle for less! Contact Russell Dinstein at NextStopNY when looking to buy, sell, or rent a home, or lease or invest in commercial space.