Stuart Siegel, president and CEO of Engel & Völkers New York City, hosted a private event at Manhattan’s exclusive Doubles Club to celebrate the appointment of Christine Miller Martin as a Private Office Advisor.
Designed to cater to the lifestyle and requirements of high net-worth clients, Engel & Völkers’ Private Office network is currently comprised of 34 appointed advisors worldwide, representing less than one percent of the international brokerage’s 5,500-plus professional roster.
In addition to her Private Office Advisor designation, Martin also plays a leading role in the firm’s Trusts and Estates division alongside Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Susanne Rhow. This tailored service was designed to ensure that clients receive specialized attention when navigating the marketing and transactional process of estate sales.
Martin, a Wellesley College graduate and former trusts and estates attorney, is also one of fewer than 300 real estate professionals with REBNY’s New York Residential Specialist (NYRS) certification.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to work with Engel & Völkers NYC as a member of this incredibly well-connected network of advisors,” says Martin. “One of the many advantages about working with Engel & Völkers is having access to its unmatched international portfolio, so I am truly looking forward to working in this capacity to better cater to clients looking to navigate Manhattan’s luxury real estate market.”
Among the event’s attendees, noted guests included Tony Bechara, Maria Eugenia Maury and Bill Haseltine, Judy and Peter Price, Harry Davison, Frank Sciame, Susanna Hong, Ted Henderson, Warwick Carter, Emily Leonard, Adelina Wong Ettelson, Nina Ford Richter, Bill Manger, Stephanie Loeffler, Mark von Kreuter, Caroline Thomas, Randi Schatz, Hank Snyder and Jane Bayard. Other guests included individuals Christine sits on boards or committees with at several prestigious organizations such as the Advisory Council of The New York Landmarks Conservancy, El Museo del Barrio, the Visionary Circle of the 9/11 Memorial and Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter, among others