Adam D. Modlin

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Licensed as Adam D. Modlin
o: 212.974.0740 x15 m:

In the highly competitive arena of New York City real estate, Adam D. Modlin cuts a singular path towards success. Over nearly 20 years, Modlin’s principles-driven approach has engineered the growth of his business— Modlin Group— into one of the foremost boutique real estate brokerages in the city, making it highly sought-after by clients who value Modlin’s unparalleled touch and distinctive perspective.

One of the top-producing residential brokers in all of New York City, Modlin is fueled by a dedication to discretion and a relationship-driven rationale that places clients’ interests and passions at the center of his practice and operating as a trusted advisor above all else. By running Modlin Group more like a family office than a typical brokerage firm, what emerges is a dynamic and ongoing correlation between the company’s success and each client’s evolving needs over time beyond the specifics of each deal. Driven by these core ideals, Modlin has nurtured a global clientele that encompasses enterprising and ambitious individuals from a multitude of backgrounds and industries. Spanning entertainment, media, sports, finance, and beyond, Modlin’s insightful style is grounded in an understanding of his clientele’s culture.

Established as an industry leader, Modlin’s uncommon standards and values serve as a beacon for how to accomplish great things through great character. Furthering his impact, Modlin is actively engaged in mentorship and philanthropic initiatives through a variety of organizations. A life-long New Yorker, he resides on the Upper East Side with his wife and two daughters.

 

 

  • Big Ticket - Sold for $17 Million
    New York Times - Jul 09, 2012
  • Apartment Sales Up in Manhattan
    Wall Street Journal - Jun 26, 2010
  • Top Brokers
    The Real Deal - Jun 02, 2010
  • High-End Sales Return to Manhattan Market
    The Real Deal - May 01, 2010
  • Boutique Brokerages Shed Agents
    The Real Deal - May 01, 2010
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137 Franklin Street Tribeca Condop
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90 Furman Street Brooklyn Heights Condo
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111 West 67th Street Upper West Side Condo
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17 East 97th Street Carnegie Hill Co-op
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610 Park Avenue Upper East Side Condo
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400 East 67th Street Upper East Side Condo
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85 Eighth Avenue Chelsea Co-op
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92 Laight Street Tribeca Condo
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400 East 67th Street Upper East Side Condo
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535 West End Avenue Upper West Side Condo
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200 Mercer Street Greenwich Village Co-op
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155 Franklin Street Tribeca Condo
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145-146 Central Park West Central Park West Co-op
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129 West 80th Street Upper West Side Co-op
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88 MacDougal Street Greenwich Village Single Family
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310 East 70th Street Upper East Side Co-op
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250 West Street Tribeca Condo
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445 Lafayette Street Greenwich Village Condop
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174 West 76th Street Upper West Side Co-op
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310 West 52nd Street Midtown West Condo
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1036 Park Avenue Upper East Side Co-op
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333 East 75th Street Upper East Side Co-op
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308 West 30th Street Chelsea Condo
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45 East 89th Street Carnegie Hill Condop
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414 Washington Street Tribeca Condo
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150 Columbus Avenue Upper West Side Condo
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147 Waverly Place Greenwich Village Condo
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19 East 70th Street Upper East Side Mixed Use
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