Combining an extraordinary range of experience in luxury real estate with the highest level of customer service, Steven Gold has an impressive track record of delivering exceptional results for every client he serves. A resident of Soho, Steve focuses on luxury properties throughout downtown Manhattan, having played a role in many marquee new developments, including selling units at Jean Nouvel's 40 Mercer and the Superior Ink building in the West Village. Steve's broad businesses background includes significant experience with both new constructions and resales. Whether working with a first-time buyer or seller or securing the perfect investment property, Steve helps make the real estate transaction process as seamless and efficient as possible, quickly assessing a client's specific needs and presenting them with the full range of options available to suit both lifestyle and budget. Prior to real estate, Steve had a successful career in the fashion industry, working with some of the world's most talented designers, photographers and stylists, while traveling extensively throughout the US, Europe and Asia. His travels took him to many of the most beautiful and culturally diverse cities in the world, but Steve considers New York his home and he can't imagine living anywhere else. Born and raised in nearby Stamford, Connecticut, Steve is an avid sailor and participates in many races on the Long Island Sound, including the YRALIS PHRF Championship, of which his family's boat, Turning Point, has won its division every year since inception. A lifelong athlete, Steve also enjoys ice hockey, tennis, skiing and surfing. Steve is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York and studied at the Stern School of Business at NYU, where he graduated magna cum laude, double majoring in finance and marketing. While at NYU, he was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, a business honor society, and awarded the Beta Gamma Sigma Scholastic Award in recognition of his "exceptional scholarship, personal character, and seriousness of purpose."