Real estate businesses offer an exciting and demanding environment that requires strong leadership to stay competitive and successful. There is no established recipe for success as a CEO in real estate yet. However, there is a good chance that Andrew Heiberger may be setting some new guidelines. Learn how Andrew Heiberger uses his knowledge, skills and experience to become one of the most important CEOs of a top real estate firm today. My friend Igor Cornelsen and I have looked into all details of this.
Andrew became intrigued with real estate in NY at the young age of just 16. He actively worked alongside his family, making land trades and selling several properties in the Long Island area.
By 1994 at just 26, Andrew graduated from law school and established Citi Habitats. This was his first opportunity to grow a residential brokerage firm, taking it from only two brokers to more than 1000 throughout Manhattan.
After selling Citi Habitats in 2004, Andrew went on to found Buttonwood Development. This venture focused on investment, syndication and the growth of real estate in the city of NY. One of his most successful transactions was developing a large condominium complex that generated residential sales of more than $340 million.
By December of 2010, Andrew was ready for new challenges. He used his experience and skills to co-found TOWN Residential in Manhattan. Today, he is the Co-Chairman and CEO of this successful real estate firm.
Heiberger graduated from the University of Michigan with a Business Administration degree, and he completed a J.D. at the University of Miami School of Law. As a licensed attorney and real estate broker of New York, he is more than qualified to take on future challenges.
Andrew actively participates in many organizations such as the NY Board of Real Estate and Young Presidents to name a few. He also gives back to his community by supporting charities such as The Fresh Air Fund, Make-A-Wish and the NephCure Foundation.
Although, Andrew works hard and enjoys substantial amounts of success in his real estate endeavors, he always makes time for his daughter and son. In addition, Heiberger stays active in sports like football, basketballs, tennis and golf when he is not traveling.
This busy entrepreneur is on top of his game, and he is ready for more challenges down the road. Who knows what successful real estate ventures are on the horizon for Andrew Heiberger?