As a BOND New York real estate professional, often distinguished for her down to earth, smart and savvy New York style, Bridget combines her intimate knowledge of the Downtown market with an appreciation of structural aesthetics gleaned from more than 10 years of experience working for international architectural and engineering firms. Clearly, her success is derived from her dedicated commitment to excellence and dependability. It is easy to see that Bridget loves her work. Bridget specializes in Downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn residential sales, yet, she is a true hybrid agent. She works on rentals and commercial leasing projects and has worked with buyers and sellers all over New York City. She brings the same enthusiasm to giving back to the community she loves and raising her son. Bridget is an active volunteer and member of the South Street Seaport Museum, a community historic preservationist and belongs to two Lower Manhattan Church communities. For the best of all possible real estate experiences, whether you are buying, selling, renting or investing, please contact Bridget Schuy.
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