Larry Radbell

A native New Yorker and entrepreneur, Larry Radbell brings over thirty years of extensive knowledge, experience, and success to the real estate industry. He has long excelled in every facet of business especially in the acquisition, ownership, and management of commercial properties for his own professional endeavors. This valuable expertise in buying, selling, and renovating property makes Larry uniquely qualified and offers an advantage to his clientele during complex negotiations.

With a commitment to stellar customer service, a keen eye for detail, and a strong sense of professionalism, Larry attributes his success to building strong relationships with people. He has gained the loyalty of hundreds of employees, colleagues, and clients across a variety of industries. Larry’s exceptional interpersonal skills and knowledge of the city make him a trusted advocate for both his international and New York clients.

In addition to a successful career within the textile and manufacturing industries, Larry has served on the Board of Governors for the Lawrence Golf Club for twelve years. Within the same organization he also served as the Entertainment Chairman for eleven years. Most dear to his heart, though, Larry, along with his wife, Arlene, has served as Trustee of a charitable foundation for thirteen years. In 2007, they established a therapeutic sibling support program, Charna’s Kids Club, at the NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. In honor of their daughter, Charna, they are proud that this program helps thousands of patients and their entire families each and every year.

Larry’s commitment to giving-back is a testimony to his integrity, professionalism, and dedication to others. He is empathetic, supportive, and sensitive to each person's unique personality and situation. These qualities make Larry passionate about finding his clients the ideal space that matches their unique needs.

Languages Spoken:    English

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