Jennifer Ireland is a top broker and partner of the highly respected Robby Browne Team at The Corcoran Group. Jennifer is well known for delivering natural vision, passion and energy to every client relationship and transaction. Clients find her encyclopedic knowledge of Manhattan’s buildings and neighborhoods invaluable to finding the home and neighborhood that fits their lifestyle and needs perfectly. Jennifer actively contributes to the success of The Robby Browne Team, whose notable achievements include: - Ranked #9 by sales volume in NYC in 2018 Wall Street Journal/REAL Trends Top 1,000 Agents - Ranked #40 by sales volume Nationwide in 2018 Wall Street Journal/REAL Trends Top 1,000 Agents - Five Time Corcoran Top Sales Team of the Month in 2018 - 2017 President’s Council - Recipient of 2016 Corcoran East Side Office Team of The Year - Recipient of 2016 Corcoran Deal of The Year - Ranked #3 by sales volume in NYC in 2015 Wall Street Journal/REAL Trends Top 1,000 Agents - Ranked #8 by sales volume Nationwide in 2015 Wall Street Journal/REAL Trends Top 1,000 Agents - Corcoran Group Real Estate’s Multi-Million Dollar Club (annual sales in excess of $200M) every year from 2004 to 2017 - Ranked in Top 3 Producing Teams at Corcoran Group Real Estate every year from 2005 to 2017 - Corcoran’s Broker of the Year (multiple times) - Highest sales price on record for cooperative apartment in Upper West Side - Highest and third highest sales price on record for townhouse in Greenwich Village Jennifer Ireland has been inspired by real estate her entire life. Her mentorship in the industry began at an early age growing up in Miami, where her father and brothers continue to run Ireland Companies, a 45-year-old development company with a portfolio that includes over 100 large-scale commercial and residential projects in 11 states. Prior to her professional real estate career, Jennifer graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. She honed her luxury sales experience with Diane Von Furstenberg, managing sales for high-end retail establishments including Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Barney's. After seven years in the fashion industry, Jennifer left to pursue her innate interest in real estate. Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys hiking, cooking and travel. She is a history buff, who loves studying New York City architecture and history and sharing interesting trivia with friends and clients. She approaches her work and life with drive and tenacity. After surviving a broken neck in a car accident in 1997, she vowed to her doctors that she would climb the highest mountain if she walked again. Eight years later, she did just that, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. She lives on Madison Square Park with her husband, Dan, and son, Colton.