Kevin Brown, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker for Sotheby's International Realty, is recognized as one of Manhattan's most respected real estate professionals. A former owner and chairman of Century 21 NY Metro and, prior to that, a partner of Ashforth Warburg Real Estate, now Warburg Realty, Kevin is one of the city's premier luxury townhouse, co-op and condominium brokers. With over 25 years of sales experience, Kevin has successfully represented heads of state, CEOs of major companies, as well as countless referrals from friends and colleagues.
Being sought after advisors, Kevin and his partner, Nikki Field , are often quoted in international papers and appear regularly in news broadcasts. Recent examples include Sina.com, JingDaily.com, and Vocatic.com. Kevin also keeps a monthly NYC event calendar on his webpage at kevinbbrownnyc.com.
Kevin began his professional career studying for a life in the priesthood with the Maryknoll Fathers. Kevin's interest in the work of the Maryknoll missionaries has only grown stronger over time. Maryknoll missionaries , since 1911, have consistently tried to help people overseas build communities of faith. Today, some work in war zones with refugees, and others minister to the sick, the elderly, orphans or people with AIDS.
Another organization that Kevin is very proud to support is Action Against Hunger . Recognized worldwide as a leader in the fight against hunger, Action Against Hunger delivers programs in over 40 countries, specializing in emergency situations of war, conflict and natural disasters and longer-term assistance to people in distress. Their ultimate goal is to help vulnerable populations regain their self-sufficiency for long-term sustainability.
With a master's degree in theology from Fordham University as well as an MBA in finance from Baruch College, Kevin combines his passion for real estate with his lifelong commitment to numerous charitable organizations. To that end, a portion of the commissions he receives is frequently directed back to his client's favorite charity.