SUSAN DAVIS ELEY
As a longtime resident of the Upper West Side, Susan has become a vital force within the community. Still in the process of raising a teenage daughter, who is currently thriving at "The Fame School," Susan has devoted years of service to the public school system. Neighborhood issues such as safety, historical preservation and local politics are among those for which Susan is a strong advocate. A fervent believer that the Upper West is one of the best places to raise a family, Susan works diligently to assist clients in finding properties that meet their own needs and enhance the lives of their children. She understands first-hand the advantages of families being situated near good schools, parks and playgrounds, among other vital amenities.
Susan brings her talent and experience as interior designer to the apartments she represents. From "Apartment Staging" to enabling buyers to envision the possibilities inherent in a space, Susan's visual abilities can make the sale.
Astute at analyzing individual needs and preferences, Susan has an uncanny ability to match the right client with the best possible space. A unique combination of components makes Susan an outstanding presence in the real estate market. Following an English major at the University of Massachusetts, Susan went into the field of marketing communications. Daily contact with Fortune 500 companies developed her expertise in problem solving, client services and promotion. A job as marketing director for a top architectural cabinetry company led to additional studies at the New York School of Interior Design and a practice in residential design. As a result of these diverse talents, Susan is able, not only, to advise sellers as to how to show properties to their best advantage, but to enable buyers to envision the potential of a prospective home.
Whether representing buyers or sellers, Susan gives 110 percent--with complete dedication and discretion. She knows the best buildings and the best buys, covering Manhattan with panache and the inside information of a professional tour guide. From fine dining to the best "cheap eats"; Broadway to neighborhood playhouses; shopping for furniture or shopping for clothes; public schools to private; as well as museums, art galleries, and craft fairs, not to mention the ins-and-outs of the best car services and public transportation to get you there, Susan prides herself on being in the know.
Susan, along with her associate Sabrina Seidner, is a broker specialist at Dorchester Towers, 155 West 68th Street, as well as the Coronado at 155 West 70th Street, the Hopkins at 172 West 79th Street, the Claremont at 255 West 85th Street and the Alexandria at 201 West 72nd Street, 1 Lincoln at 20 West 64th Street, 30 Lincoln Plaza at 30 West 63rd Street, and 25 Fifth Avenue.