June Gottlieb, Warburg’s #2 top producing broker in 2018, is a real estate professional in New York City for over 29 years. She was named one of America’s Top Real Estate Agents by Sales Volume in the 2019 REAL Trends ranking. She brings a rare combination of market analysis, financial acumen, creativity, legal knowledge, marketing and hard work to her clients.

June’s expertise ranges from luxury properties and lofts, to new construction, investment properties and in recent years to successfully handling the complex transactions involved in foreclosure sales. After graduating from the Wharton School of Finance, she rose through the ranks of Ogilvy & Mather Advertising, where she honed her marketing and sales skills. She left the corporate world to join Warburg Realty in 1989.

June grew up in Manhattan and, with her husband, has also raised their children there, who are now alums of Spence, the Horace Mann School, University of Pennsylvania, New York University, and University of Michigan. With her business background and extensive personal and professional knowledge of Manhattan, June’s clients rely on her expertise and ability to provide superior negotiating strategies, the best attorney, extensive financial input on board packages, proper interview preparation, reliable moving companies and contractors. It is her extensive experience, and the care and attention to detail that inspires her clients to repeatedly refer their friends and family to this outstanding real estate professional.

June is also a Founding Board Member of the New York Residential Agent Continuum (NYRAC). Founded in 2018 for residential real estate agents, the organization focuses on enhancing the consumer experience and elevating the status of the residential brokerage profession in New York City. The group encourages innovation, transparency, ethics, advocacy, influence, best practices, education, collegiality and professional networking.

Press

5.18.19
Apartment Therapy
June Gottlieb and Kathryn Landow comment. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/controversial-design-trends-31189207
2.22.19
Curbed NY
2 Charlton Street, 10D by Steven and June Gottlieb and Ted Karagannis featured. https://ny.curbed.com/2019/2/22/18236228/new-york-apartments-for-sale-soho-chelsea-astoria
1.11.19
Off the Mrkt
2 Charlton Street, 10D by Steve and June Gottlieb and Ted Karagannis is featured in Off the Market. https://www.offthemrkt.com/blogs/top-open-houses-this-weekend-1/11/2019
1.4.19
Real Estate Weekly
Closing at 510 West 110th Street, 12D by Rachel Lustbader and Bosco Diaz; Closing at 171 East 84th Street, 11H by Angela Wu; Closing at 255 East 74th Street, 6B by June Gottlieb is featured in… More
12.6.18
The New York Times
2 Charlton Street, No. 10D featured and brought to market by Ted Karagannis and Steve/June Gottlieb is featured in the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2018/12/06/realestate/on-the-market-in-the-new-york-region/s/09OTM-NYC-slide-CY4E.html
11.16.18
Real Estate Weekly
Closing at 2 Sutton South by Steven and June Gottlieb is featured in Real Estate Weekly. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cjYVUdAMsTq9KBxcu_BIThu1_sWXuDI8yyXrtZiUKSE/edit?ts=5b44f57d#gid=0
11.9.18
Real Estate Weekly
June Gottlieb is one of 21 leading agents to form the New York Residential Continuum (NYRAC) group. https://rew-online.com/leading-agents-form-nyrac-advocacy-group/ 
10.18.18
New York Times
251 West 95th Street, Apt 5N by Steve & June Gottlieb and 737 Bergen Street, No. 1B by Jamie Fedorko are featured in the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2018/10/18/realestate/on-the-market-in-new-york-city/s/21OTM-NYC-slide-1ZVJ.html
7.12.18
Forbes
June and Steve Gottlieb talk to Forbes about the reality of purchasing a new construction home. https://www.forbes.com/sites/amandalauren/2018/07/12/buyers-reveal-what-its-really-like-to-buy-a-new-construction-home/#4704809b6559
8.12.17
Curbed NY
Welcome back to The Six-Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages.  https://ny.curbed.com/2017/8/12/16129654/upper-east-side-studio-apartment-for-sale  
1.20.17
The New York Times
Steve Gottlieb and June Gottlieb’s handsome 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom exclusive in Kips Bay was featured in The New York Times’ On the Market column. http://nyti.ms/2dKKSpf 
2.20.14
The New York Observer
Home to diplomats and financial titans of yesteryear, Hollywood types and captains of industry, 1 Sutton Place South, a Candela structure dating to 1926, has ample reason to cling to tradition. “This is a very, very… More
5.19.13
The New York Times
Kips Bay Co-op 140 East 28th Street, #7H $725,000 MAINTENANCE $1,775 a month A one-bedroom one-bath with a small home office and a wood-burning fireplace in a full-service prewar building with a laundry room and a… More
8.9.12
The New York Times
UPPER EAST SIDE CO-OP $1,450,000 MANHATTAN: 440 East 62nd Street (First and York Avenues), #19A A three-bedroom two-bath co-op with a terrace in the Park Sutton, a pet-friendly doorman building with a live-in superintendent. June Gottlieb,… More
9.3.10
The New York Times
FLIP taxes have long been a necessary evil of co-op sales in New York. The fees, often imposed by co-op boards as a percentage of either the selling price or profit, have generally been borne by… More
8.13.10
The New York Times
IT’S only in the last few years that boxy television sets with giant cathode ray tubes have gone the way of rotary phones and typewriters. But since flat-screen televisions now reign, and they don’t necessarily get… More
8.1.10
The New York Times
MANHATTAN: 167 East 61st Street (at Third Avenue), #12C A three-bedroom three-bath co-op with central air-conditioning and a wraparound terrace off the living room in a postwar doorman building. June Gottlieb, Warburg Realty 212-439 4565; www.warburgrealty.com. UPPER EAST… More

Testimonials

5.14.19
Testimonial from Alvaro M.

Great sales people are developed and honed. I saw how June and Steve handled the sale of my apartment and I remember thinking: “They’re good. They’re really, really good.”

My grown sons affectionately called June “Dad’s real estate sergeant” based on the detailed set of instructions left for them whenever they stayed in their childhood home while visiting NYC during the active marketing phase of the property.  I recall a four-page document with hundreds of DOs and DON’Ts, one most memorably stating “No. 178. ABSOLUTELY no cooking of any fish or seafood in the apartment during your stay. If you get hungry for fish, make a reservation at Le Bernardin.”

I knew I made the right decision in June and Steve when choosing which brokers to sell my home. Their attention to detail is the fruit of years of experience – the kind of learning you take away from every mistake and success. And, regardless of annual changes in ranks of real estate brokers, they are in my heart the NUMERO UNO realtors in the entire city of New York.

They worked tirelessly to get where they are and I’m proud to count them as not just my realtors, but also my friends.

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