Joshua Wesoky, Senior Vice President and Licensed Salesperson, has an extensive knowledge of New York's real estate market combined with a breadth of experience that allows him to exceed clients' expectations with the highest level of professionalism and discretion. Able to identify and market properties with creativity and business acumen, he is committed to providing informed, honest advice to all clients, including sellers, buyers, landlords or developers, and brings many added-value skills to the buying or selling process. His financial and market expertise is complemented by a passion for and fluency in architecture, design and art, and a keen ability to visualize and translate the potential of a space, location, building or project into a tangible vision.
Joshua sharpened his negotiation skills and knowledge of what makes deals successful over 14 years as an investment finance executive and entrepreneur. He co-founded and ran a European development and acquisitions company, was an executive of a New York-based international private equity investment fund focused on media, communications and real estate, and began his career as an investment banker in the real estate group of Goldman Sachs. He understands successful financial professionals and investors and their thinking.
Raised in the entertainment industry, married to a gallery owner and fine art publisher, and with many artist friends, Joshua also has a deep understanding of the needs of creative people. Passionate about collecting art and supporting artists and arts organizations, he was a founding member of the Associates Council of the Museum of Modern Art and has served on many arts, humanitarian and educational non-profits' fundraising and advisory committees.
Always a New Yorker, he has worked throughout Europe and lived in Rome, Paris and London. From his own experience, he knows the challenges of relocation to or from New York and is able to provide the best service to international friends, former business associates and new clients. He has lived in many parts of Manhattan over the last 20 years, and he works with sellers and buyers both uptown and downtown, as well as in most neighborhoods in western Brooklyn.
Joshua received his BA in History from Dartmouth College, where he graduated phi beta kappa. Born in Philadelphia, he spent much of his youth abroad and completed high school in London. He resides in the West Village with his wife and their two daughters.