Noah Studenroth

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Noah Studenroth, a top realtor in New York City for Corcoran, a real estate firm in Brooklyn Heights.
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  • Press mentions62

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About Noah Studenroth

Noah found a passion for buildings and a connection to people through architecture and real estate at an early age. The son of an architectural preservationist, Noah has been immersed in the goings on of house museums, landmark districts and architectural review boards from an early age. It is through this exposure that Noah adopted both a deep respect and passion for buildings and their architects. By coupling this sentiment with a modern viewpoint and sharp understanding of the markets, Noah's work in real estate offers him the chance to contribute to an evolving landscape. Just prior to joining the Corcoran Group, Noah completed his B.A. in Economics right in the midst of the Great Recession. It felt only logical to employ his entrepreneurial spirit by diving right into the industry. As a result of his continued tenacity, Noah quickly advanced to closing over $250M in transactions by working in collaboration with top industry players. Nearly ten years later, he is still among the youngest associate brokers at the Corcoran Group and is humbled to have been bolstered by so many of his esteemed colleagues and industry leaders. Noah’s core belief is that an industry so rooted in the past, yet projecting into the future, must be fostered by leaders who respect this duality. With an unwavering focus on technological advance, a knowledgeable nod to history and genuine emphasis on humanity and the client, the spirit of the Corcoran Group only serves to uphold Noah’s ideals.

Experience

  • 10 Years in Real Estate

Education

  • New York University
  • Brooklyn College

Interests

  • Opera
  • Pilates
  • Investing
  • Architecture
  • Gemology

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