Noble is one of Manhattan’s premier brokers with more than $650,000,000 in sales to his name. Perhaps most notably, he is acclaimed for selling Manhattan’s most expensive co-op – a $54 million penthouse duplex at 785 Fifth Avenue. As one of Corcoran’s Top 25 agents – a title he’s held for many years – Noble has marketed properties ranging from stunning penthouses at Jean Nouvel's 100 11th Avenue and along Central Park West to luxurious homes at One Beacon Court and along the Gold Coast of Downtown. Noble has also sold more than 75 apartments at the Orion, Parc Vendome and Altair, making him an expert in these buildings among many other of the city’s most desirable luxury buildings.At ease in a variety of settings, Noble combines classic Southern charm with the drive and focus of a Wall Street attorney. After several years at a top law firm and a season consulting for the producers of "The Apprentice," he joined Corcoran and earned one of the most rapid promotions in the company's history. Today he is a trusted expert in the business, quoted regularly in media outlets such as "The New York Times" or "The Wall Street Journal" among others, and has made numerous guest appearances for CBS, NBC and Fox.
Noble has an easy smile and upbeat energy, and it is evident he loves his job. His name is no mistake, and his clients will tell you so. Buyers cite his ability to tune into their needs and his passion for searching out their dream property. Sellers point to his flair for marketing and the scrupulous attention to detail that keep their deals moving forward seamlessly. Whether buying or selling, clients praise his negotiating skills and remark how his assertiveness and affable manner keep them satisfied with each deal.
Noble graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Millsaps College, where he was Student Body President. He later received his J.D. degree from the University of Virginia and studied at both the London School of Economics and Georgetown University.
Active in the community, Noble is a member of the Milken Institute Young Leaders Circle and has served on the board of the Hetrick Martin Institute. He is also a proud supporter of both The High Line and The Central Park Conservancy. When not working, he enjoys running along the Hudson River Promenade or strolling the High Line, attending gallery openings and discovering new restaurants. When his day finally winds down, Noble heads home to a condominium loft in the Chelsea Gallery District.