Gail’s successful background in the corporate world has enhanced her career in real estate which comprises more than ten years of sales in Manhattan and Long Island.
Gail studied at New York School of Interior Design and NYU. Her extensive experience in interior design and space planning was developed in AIG’s Architectural Department where she enjoyed designing offices for the Executive Department headed By Maurice Greenberg, President. After leaving AIG, Gail joined Dean Witter Reynolds’ Architectural Department at 2 World Trade Center. She became a project manager on the relocation team which moved the entire New York staff into 1 and 2 World Trade Center in the 80s, as part of the merger with Morgan Stanley. Gail created the first move plan which enabled the smooth transition of over 3,000 employees. Her talents included selecting furniture and artwork for the New York office and many branches.
Gail utilized her design abilities doing residential interiors which included lobbies at 860 United Nations Plaza and the public areas at 333 E. 43rd St. in Tudor City.
Prior to joining Sotheby’s International Realty, Gail worked at Fenwick Keats and Warburg Realty where she developed her skills dealing with buyers and sellers. Gail has sold apartments throughout Manhattan, including both the West and East sides. Gail moved to the Sutton Place area over nine years ago, where she has sold many apartments especially at 430 East 56th Street where she resides. Gail has developed a client base with her many contacts which has contributed to her success in selling apartments.
Gail is a former president and current board member of Sutton Area Community, Inc. She is also a member of REBNY (Real Estate Board of New York) and former Board member of 333 E. 43rd St. co-op.