Joseph Armano provides commercial real estate consulting and brokerage services to tenants to help them lower their lease costs. He is an Assistant Vice President at CresaPartners and a principal at Joseph Armano Real Estate. Joseph was a Senior Associate at Helmsely Spear. Prior to that, he managed Coldwell Banker’s Midtown office and was a top agent at Sotheby’s International Realty.
Joseph has helped owners, investors and tenants to realize their goals in the New York City real estate market. He currently represents tenants in New York City and throughout the United States. His thorough understanding of New York City real estate and finance makes him an outstanding professional to assist in managing your office and retail space needs.
Joseph graduated with an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of Business. He has held positions at Merrill Lynch, ING and Oppenheimer Funds.
There is no place like New York City. It’s energy, vibrancy and cultural diversity is unmatched and it is the home of leading businesses in the fields of finance, banking, fashion, media, technology and other professional services.
New York has the most diverse, affluent, artistic and vibrant neighborhoods in the world like Tribeca, Soho, Gramercy and the Upper East and West Side. There are also wonderful neighborhoods in surrounding areas like Brooklyn and Long Island. It is also home of the best recreational places in the world like Central Park, Madison Square Park, The Hamptons and the beaches of Long Island. Finally, New York is the home of some of the best restaurants in the world.
Joseph delights in New York City and its culture. He also has spent time residing and marketing and selling real estate in the Hamptons, a place he also enjoys immensely.
He has completed the Ford New York City Triathlon, the Mighty Hamptons Triathalon and the New York City Marathon. He raised $5000 for the Swim Across America Long Island Sound Swim which he participated in. Joseph and his team recently completed a one day 143 bike ride across Long Island from Penn Station to Montauk.