Following 20 years as an advertising sales executive at The New York Times, Alicia turned to residential real estate in 2010, where she has been able to continue using the same creative marketing, technology and people skills she honed at The Times. Best business practices: honesty, positivity, and market knowledge combine with listening and problem-solving skills are the essence of her relationships with clients. Good-humor, perseverance, ability to synthesize market date/trends, and manage expectations have proven instrumental in less stress and the gratifying results.
A native New Yorker, Alicia has lived in historic Murray Hill for the last 25 years, enjoying residency in its pre-eminent art deco building, The Goodhue House. A lauded cabaret performer and devoted caretaker for her rescue chihuahua, Vincenzo, Alicia has been particularly successful in the sale of many co-operative units in the Murray Hill neighborhood. .