Since 2001, Julia Boland has enjoyed a coveted level of success marketing and selling all types of Manhattan real estate, from co-op and condo resales to townhouse sales and new developments throughout the city. Her exemplary performance has earned her consistent referrals and repeat business.
Known as a northern Manhattan expert, Julia has sold luxury real estate from Harlem to Tribeca. She is frequently quoted in the media for her expertise, and sought after by clients for her outstanding level of service. In addition to her stellar reputation for marketing and selling many new luxury condominium projects for developers, Julia and her team work extensively with individual clients looking to sell, buy or rent Manhattan apartments and townhouses. Having planned and managed the entire gut renovation of her own brownstone in Harlem, she has an intimate understanding of complex projects, transactions, negotiations, and investment property. A consummate professional, Julia is the ultimate real estate advisor and advocate for her clients. Her attentive personal service, encyclopedic market knowledge and straightforward approach will ensure that your real estate experience is informative and stress-free. She is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, and completed the prestigious REBNY New York Residential Specialist Designation course. Recognized by her peers as a high caliber, top-producing agent, she was invited to join the New York Residential Agent Continuum (NYRAC).
Some of her past and present new development projects include:
- 1399 Park Avenue
- The Adeline - 23 West 116th St
- Fieldston Lofts - 3751 Riverdale Ave
- One 48 - 148 East 24th St
- The Alameda - 221 West 148th St
- Windows on 123 Loft - 129 West 123rd St
- Windows on 123 - 117 West 123rd St
- Graceline Court - 106 West 116th St
- The Apollo Condominium - 103 West 117th St
Julia has a passion for philanthropy. She recently founded and serves as President of the Morningside Park Conservancy, a group dedicated to preserving and fostering the natural beauty of one of Manhattan's signature green spaces. Julia proudly serves on the board of The Reading Team, helping young Harlem readers develop a lifelong passion for reading and learning. She is also a New York Junior League volunteer. Originally from Connecticut, Julia lived abroad in Paris and Hong Kong before settling in NYC. Since 2004 she has called the beautiful Mount Morris Park section of Harlem home where she currently resides with her son and Havanese dog. When her schedule allows, Julia can be found at the New York Athletic Club or escaping to the dazzling Caribbean beaches of Mexico's inimitable Riviera Maya to recharge.