Summarize yourself in a tweet.
Forever curious –– always looking to learn more about the world, other people and myself.
You have a day off in Philly. What do you do?
I'd get an early start, heading from my apartment in Chinatown to La Colombe at 6th and Market. Once the Americano starts to kick in I'd hit the gym before biking down to the Italian Market to pick up some groceries and chat with the guys behind the counter at Di Bruno Bros. With my errands done, I'd grab my basketball, hop on my bike and spend the rest of my afternoon at one of the may parks Philadelphia has to offer. Next, I'd head home to cook up some of those groceries from the Italian Market –– chances are it's Spaghetti al Limone or Linguine Vongole. After dinner, I'd head to an evening yoga class before calling it a day.
What's the architectural detail your eye always gravitates towards?
The style and number of windows is something I always seem to notice. I think windows with clean lines can go a long way in changing the outward appearance of a home.
Favorite community organization.
The Philadelphia branch of Special Olympics Pennsylvania, specifically the Young Professional Committee. It's a small group of twenty somethings who volunteer their time and talent to bring joy and inclusion to athletes with special needs in the Greater Philadelphia area.
What differentiates you within real estate?
My ability work with clients to create strategies around their particular goals.
One last thing...
Originally from Allentown and proud to call Philly home. Temple University Class of '16