Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

New York City Real Estate

Top Producer, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Licensed Associate Broker Meg Siegel has cultivated a reputation as a full-service professional and as a specialist educated in negotiation and strategy. Meg's concentration on sales, rentals and development has flourished as a result of her dedication to clients' needs. It is important to have a broker with a constant pulse on an ever-changing market and whose experience will yield an effortless transaction. It is Meg's experience and dedication to both the integrity of the industry and her clients that makes this possible.

When beginning the search for the ideal person to help make a major lifetime decision, buying or selling a home, look no further. With a positive attitude, market knowledge and an organized and dedicated approach, Meg Siegel, a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, has established herself as one of New York's best downtown brokers. Meg prides herself on being a broker who leaves no stone unturned. She is constantly finding new listings, pitching new properties and working with comparable sales data and details to get the best price for properties. Meg's success is a result of her combination of intelligence, style, creativity and patience. The key to her success is that she never loses sight of the goal, matching the right property with the perfect buyer. This philosophy has rewarded Meg with customer loyalty and a strong referral business.

Prior to her real estate career, Meg earned a degree in social science from Penn State University and a degree in buying and merchandising from New York's FIT. Previously, she teamed up the two degrees and worked with pop fashion artist Stephen Sprouse, spearheading efforts to distribute his designs across the country and the world. Passionately involved in art, video and fashion, Meg then produced and directed fashion videos and documentaries.

Meg's significant sales include 393 West Broadway, a new development at 104 Wooster Street, classic prewar apartments at 40 Fifth Avenue, 41 Fifth Avenue, 32 Washington Square West, assorted Tribeca lofts, as well as luxury rentals at 7 Wooster, 225 Lafayette and 210 Lafayette. Meg has also sold over 55 loft apartments at 250 Mercer Street.