About Paul

  • Ranked by Wall Street Journal among TOP 250 TEAMS in the United States
  • 16+ years in New York City real estate plus business partner, Vince Falcone's 25+ years in New York City real estate 

As one of the rare "full-service" brokers in New York City - with expertise in Residential Sales, Rentals, and Investment Properties - Paul and his team have been frequently named by Wall Street Journal among TOP 250 TEAMS in the United States.

Prior to his real estate career, Paul worked in Architecture, Urban Design, and City Planning in Boston and New York, and spent several years working as a consultant for The World Bank in Washington, DC. A long-time New Yorker, Paul holds three Masters Degrees in Architecture, City Planning, and History from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) and Johns Hopkins University, as well as an undergraduate degree from Syracuse University.

A true, multi-faceted New Yorker, Paul recently earned an additional degree in music studying for seven years in the evenings first at Juilliard and finishing at Berklee College of Music. He has also been involved in theater production as an investor in 14 Broadway shows and has successfully completed 110 full (26.2mile/42.19km) marathons in the past few years with an ongoing goal to complete marathons in 50 States/100 Countries/and 7 Continents.

Press Clips & Mentions

‘Downtown’ Feel Turns Up in Midtown

Small Renovations, Big Payoff

Top Residential Agents of the Week

Richard Gere Finally Rents His Downtown Pad

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Lux Pads to Aspire to

This $7.5M Modern Abode in Park Slope Was Once a Humble Carriage House

Park Slope Cinderella Project House Transformed Into Sleek Digs Asks $7.495 Million

Snag a pad in Tennessee Williams’ East Side townhouse

$1.41M for an Opportunity to Combine Two West Village Units into One Lovely Apartment

You Can Now Sleep in Richard Gere's Former NoHo Apartment for $20K a Month

19th-Century Park Slope Carriage House with Airy Renovation Sells for $6.6M