GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS

Al Pacino returns to Broadway and the deliciously acerbic world of David Mamet in a 30th anniversary revival of Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece. Pacino will play Shelly Levene, handing over Ricky Roma - the role he originated in the film - to Bobby Cannavale.

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Glengarry Glen Ross – An Insider Look At Real Estate



Who better to give insight into the real estate world discussed in ‘Glengarry Glen Ross‘ than an actual realtor? Broadway’s Best Shows has teamed up with Halstead Property’s Brian Lewis to discuss theater, real estate, and the connection between the two through a series of conversations inspired by subjects addressed in the play. We bring Brian’s hands-on experience and knowledge into a direct discussion focused on the world of David Mamet’s ‘Glengarry Glen Ross‘ and its parallels today in the New York real estate market. On top of this, we’ve selected our personal favorites of Brian’s properties.



BBS Asks: Throughout the play, all of the salesmen are fighting for the leads on clients who might be interested in purchasing the hot, new property at Glengarry Highlands. Does real estate still move that fast? Do you have any neighborhoods that are similarly up and coming?

Today’s NYC property market is characterized by high buyer demand and low inventory — there’s a downright hunger for high-quality homes. This imbalance is ideal for NYC sellers, and the super-low interest rates are sexy to the buyers. Right now, when a home is well positioned (price), aesthetically appealing (quality), and supremely marketed (by yours truly), it will likely move quickly. Buyers pounce when the price, the “pretty,” and the presentation of a residence are irresistible. I like to make lightening strike for my sellers — attracting multiple offers for them in often very little time. I’ve achieved this in well established neighborhoods (West Village, Upper Eastside, Soho, Upper Westside, Park Slope, Tribeca, etc.) and in up-and-coming areas (Red Hook, East Harlem, Washington Heights, etc.). I enjoy bringing opportunities to my sellers and my buyers.


GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS

Al Pacino returns to Broadway and the deliciously acerbic world of David Mamet in a 30th anniversary revival of Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece. Pacino will play Shelly Levene, handing over Ricky Roma - the role he originated in the film - to Bobby Cannavale.

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Halstead Property

Featured Property:
303 West 66th Street 17De

$549,000

Rooms: 3.5

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Period: Post-War

Built: 1961

If you’re in search of a bright, happy home with great city and river views, where you can stretch out and enjoy your life, then your search is over. Welcome to this Upper West Side corner beauty perched on a high floor with sunny Western exposures. Lounge on the private corner Balcony (can be transformed into a Sun Room), and enjoy the generously scaled Living Room, separate alcove Dining Area with handsome, built-in, corner desk (convertible into second sleeping area — see alternate floor plan), pass-through Kitchen (with ample counter and cabinet space), king-sized Bedroom with big closet, and a classic Bath featuring a tub/shower and pedestal sink. This is Upper West Side bliss.

 

Brian Lewis
Brian Lewis is an executive vice president and preeminent closer for Halstead Property. He was named one of “Manhattan’s Premier Brokers” by NY Living, featured as a real estate expert on many networks and newspapers, and served as an on-camera expert for HGTV and BBC. As a board member for the Brokers Build – Habitat for Humanity, he donates a portion of every commission. Besides being a successful real estate agent, he has developed his love of the theater as an actor off-Broadway, on TV, in Films, in numerous TV/Radio commercials, and has voiced several audiobooks.

Visit Brian Lewis’s Website at Halstead