CO-FOUNDER OF TEAM O
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Geraldine Onorato was born into the business. Her mother was a broker in Scarsdale, NY for over 30 years. Because of her upbringing and history, 13 years ago Geri decided to become a New York City agent herself. She brings a unique sales and rental perspective, including ...

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considerable expertise with international clients. She has been a landlord as well as a renter, buyer, investor and seller of Manhattan real estate. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for both her co-op in NYC and her Condo Association on Fire Island, NY.

Geri has extensive experience in Advertising and Marketing. She was an Advertising Art Director, first at Harpers Bazaar, then as Creative Director for fashion and beauty at Bloomingdales, and finally as Creative Director of Wellman, Inc., in their home division. She brings this experience directly to her customers, asserting that “Real Estate is a marketing business”. Whether staging an apartment for the seller, or helping a buyer recognize the potential of a space, Geri is well equipped to advise her clients on the tasks necessary for a successful closing.

Geri believes real estate is about creating lasting relationships. Her strong work ethic and ability to listen to her clients enables her to match her customer's needs with the home and neighborhood that best suits them, whether they are first time buyers or seasoned investors. She considers this particular facet of the real estate profession as important as successfully marketing NY properties for her sellers. This has resulted in a large and loyal clientele.

In 2013, Geri joined forces with her brother, Frederick Onorato Esq., a real estate attorney and broker himself, to form Team O, a results oriented team within Level specializing in residential real estate in New York City, successfully representing sellers and purchasers of condos and co-ops. Team O recognizes that every buyer and seller's needs are unique, and Team O has the knowledge and experience to expertly guide them through the real estate process. With $50+ million in recent sales and rentals, their proven track record demonstrates that they consistently exceed clients' expectations.


RECENTLY CLOSED SALES

30 East 72nd Street

16 West 16th Street

60 West 13th Street

136 Waverly Place

505 East 79th Street

433 East 56th Street

445 Fifth Avenue

400 East 56th Street

320 East 42nd Street

520 East 76th Street

420 East 55th Street

206 East 95th Street




RECENTLY LEASED RENTALS

308 East 72nd Street

41 West 86th Street

140 Riverside Blvd

160 Riverside Blvd

320 East 42nd Street

220 East 72nd Street

Active Listings

$4,900,000
600 West 111th St. 5C Morningside Heights
$1,950,000
$1,775,000
$675,000
$599,500
$495,000

Closed Listings

30 East 72nd St. 2A Lenox Hill
$5,150,000
$3,750,000
$2,500,000
$2,211,412
445 Fifth Ave. PHA Midtown South
$2,135,809
136 Waverly Place 5E Greenwich Village
$1,325,000
$1,250,000
60 West 13th St. 13C Greenwich Village
$1,215,000
$1,195,000

Press

To Sell an Apartment, No Detail Is Too Small

On a recent Thursday morning, Jamella Swift, a Citi Habitats broker, was trying to anticipate every detail that would prevent a buyer from purchasing the two-bedroom condo she was selling in Bedford-Stuyvesant. She put a full-size bed in the bedroom so buyers wouldn’t think the room was too small.

Priciest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

Superbroker Dolly Lenz of the eponymous Dolly Lenz Real Estate had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $7.25 million townhouse at 8 Sniffen Court in Murray Hill. The two-bedroom former carriage house was constructed in 1860, one of ten such homes at Sniffen Court behind a locked iron gate…. More

Buyers may have remorse – but their brokers sure don’t

For all its pitfalls, current market conditions make it as good a time as any to rep the buy-side

The Upper East Side’s co-op conundrum

With a stuffy reputation and more condo competition, luxe co-ops see sales volume tank 30-plus percent — a sign that the glory days may be over

Brother-sister broker duo find success joining forces

Real estate dynasties are ingrained in the fabric of real estate in New York City, from commercial to residential. Sons and fathers, mothers and daughters, even husband and wife teams can be found in every firm. But a brother and sister team? Team O at the Level Group may be one of the first.