Manhattan native Emily Fuller Kingston has not only witnessed the fascinating evolution of the citys distinctive neighborhoods; shes also enjoyed great success selling many of the wonderful homes that lie within them. A Manhattan real estate veteran since 1986, Emily is an accomplished Agent with the Soho office of Halstead Property, LLC, where shes successfully served clients since 1993. Her outstanding results have earned Emily repeated recognition as a Producer's Council, Platinum Circle and Private Brokerage Council member; yet her ultimate reward is the ongoing repeat and referral clients who validate the superior quality of her work. A 1969 pioneer resident of TriBeCa, Emily raised her son in TriBeca, Soho and Noho. While in Soho, she enjoyed the adventure of buying and renovating two buildings with a group of other artists. Emily has since renovated five of her own personal loft/apartment residences, and has enjoyed the journey of progress thats gone hand in hand with downtown life. She has extensive experience in the sale and rental of loft co-ops and condos, as well as conventional apartments, townhouses and commercial properties both downtown and throughout the city. She also enjoys educating buyers and sellers on the market, and helping to orchestrate a seamless deal that best satisfies their unique needs. Emily serves a diverse clientele, yet because of her deep roots in the art community enjoys a niche clientele in that area. After earning her BS in Art Education from Tufts University, she moved to New York and found work at The Museum of Modern Art where she interacted with numerous curators, architects and artists who presented their work. Emily also studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for four years, and at the Art Student's League and School of Visual Arts in NYC. She has long been an active and dedicated contemporary realistic landscape painter whose work can be found in the Museum of Modern Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Ar