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212.598.3199 |
Jordan Shea

Jordan Shea

936 Broadway

New York, NY 10010

Office: 212.321.7154

Mobile: 917.597.9486


Jordan Shea is a first career real estate professional, having begun working in the industry less than 24 hrs after having relocated to New York from his home in sunny Florida, where he doubled in both Religious Studies and Business Administration.

Since that onset, he has overseen The Eklund|Gomes Team's rise to prominence and managed over $5 billion (USD) in new development, resale, and rental transactions. He's worked on 250 Bowery, 36 Bleecker, 11 North Moore, 290 West Street, 215 Sullivan, 1 Great Jones Alley, 50 Clinton, 75 Kenmare, One West End Avenue, Madison Square Park Tower, 5 Beekman, One Seaport, 25 Mercer, Steiner East Village, and Polhemus (to name a few).

He has regularly appeared on two Bravo! television shows (Million Dollar Listing: New York and Bethenny & Fredrik), hosted NBC's Open House NYC, is a regular contributor on Good Morning New York, and is a "Power Player of NYC" for The American Dream - New York City. He has been cited in WWD, Daily Front Row, PROFILEnyc, OFF THE MRKT, Cottages & Gardens, Real Estate Weekly, The New York Times, ASPIRE Design & Home, Curbed NY, Domino, Apartment Therapy, and Daily Mail.

For leisure, Jordan enjoys reading, writing, fashion, film photography, art shows / galleries, film, the theatre, health & wellness, and volunteering.

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