Went to Brooklyn Tech for Architecture and Engineering, then studied Economics at New York University, and has lived year round in the Hamptons for the last 30 years. From small and medium renovations to designing and building new houses in Sagaponack and on Lily Pond... Simon has brokered new and used houses, raw acreage, individual lots, agricultural reserves, single family houses, multifamily houses, mixed use developments, minor and major subdivisions, condos, pre-construction projects, historic and landmark properties, Main Street commercial buildings, restaurants, stores, offices, pond front, creek front, bay front, oceanfront, farmland, forests and even underwater land.
Simon started in Real Estate Brokerage on Main Street in Sag Harbor with Harbor Cove Realty, and stayed at that firm for 15 years. One winter he went back to school in Hollywood and San Diego, where Simon studied staging, contract law, development strategies, property management, financing, appraisal methods, guerrilla marketing, digital photography, earthquake engineering, internet marketing, and as a licensed California Broker, some more street level economics through "fast food real estate brokerage" at Dyson & Dyson in Del Mar and Encinitas. Both of his former associated firms were absorbed by a corporate franchise.
After applying new marketing principles and strategies as a licensed California Real Estate Broker for a year, Simon came back home to Sag Harbor and married his prom date Stephanie, and they had a son named Colin. They live in Sag Harbor, and occasionally vacation in Maine as well as various parts of the Carribean.
Simon's commercial sales include the old Harbor Cove Realty building, (now An art gallery), the Muse Restaurant building, The 14 unit condo building called The Sag Harbor Beach Club, a motel on the water, #2 and #8 Main Street which houses La Superica, the Cigar bar, Stems, a Barber Shoppe, and the former Chelsea Crossings one hour photo...and the last 27 acres on the right just before you get to Sagg Main Beach, (which is still farmed), and others...100s of residential houses and vacant parcels of land.
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