Blair Richardson is a licensed real estate representative with Town Residential, New York’s leading luxury real estate service firm. Blair is a graduate of Metropolitan State University in Denver Colorado, where he received a BA in Business Marketing; he also received his certification in Energy Finance and Petroleum Land Management from the University of Denver.
After graduating, Blair made his way to New York, landing a coveted position with Luxury Attaché, working as a managing concierge for a luxury condominium. Blair’s stellar work ethic, professionalism, along with his attention to detail, was quickly noticed and resulted in wonderful relationships with the buildings residents. Blair’s success at Luxury Attaché led him to real estate, where he is currently providing his real estate clients with the same level of unsurpassed service.
Currently, Blair serves on the Advisory Board for Two Brass Brads, a non-profit, social impact production company, dedicated to the development and production of socially relevant, commercially viable and engaging content. He also serves as a volunteer for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.
What do you do best?
I am a natural networker and pride myself on my natural ability to connect and establish relationships; I think it’s about trust, people trust me, and I honor that trust. It is rare to find someone who can put their own agenda aside to really focus on what is best for you.
What makes you the best?
I strive to understand the person, and I genuinely care about what they have to say and who they are. Relationships are the key to my success and happiness.
I have had many successes but I believe my biggest still lies ahead of me.
What are your aspirations?
Personal: Work as hard as I can to provide for my family and ultimately be successful in life.
Business: To be the best at what I do and hopefully that will lead me to even greater business opportunity. I would eventually like to possibly invest and or start developing in New York City.
Most challenging moment?
I think moving to New York and acclimating to a totally new way of life. I believe that if you work hard, stay the course, your struggle now will pay off in the long run.
You can only get as far as you take yourself
I think there is something quite peaceful about walking down to the promenade in Brooklyn Heights on a nice summer evening.
Love Buzz Coffee
I love Film, and I think moving to NYC has made that passion even stronger.