Ileen G. Schoenfeld

Brown Harris Stevens

Direct: 212-396-5878


Ileen Schoenfeld lives and breathes New York real estate, providing clients with total dedication, loyalty and trust, while sharing her extensive knowledge of the market. Having brokered sales in excess of one billion dollars in sales, Ileen achieves success for her clients by using her 40 years' experience to understand current market conditions across the city. A consummate dealmaker, Ileen is recognized as a top sales professional, whose reputation for being fair-minded is respected throughout the industry. Her portfolio of luxury cooperative, condominium, townhouse and commercial property sales and acquisitions encompass New York's most desirable buildings, including numerous apartments at 220 Central Park South, 432 Park Avenue, 18 Gramercy Park South, 15 Central Park West and The Beresford, as well as the city's narrowest house in the West Village. Ileen understands that buying and selling a home can be exciting and emotional time, and she is there for her clients all the way throughout the process. Her devotion to her clients, knowledgeable execution and excellent negotiation skills is exemplified by the overwhelming number of referrals she is honored to receive from satisfied clients. Ileen deals extensively with international clients through a network associated with the Schoenfeld name: her daughter, Susan, who operates a property business in London; Bill, her son, founder and President of Asia Pacific Land, a prominent real estate investment company in Asia; and her late husband, Norman, who was widely recognized as one of the top real estate bankers and mortgage brokers in the industry. Ileen has vast experience working with offshore buyers from the Arab Emirates, China, Europe and Japan to name just a few. Listed as an Iconic New York Broker by Avenue Magazine and repeatedly acknowledged by Brown Harris Stevens with numerous awards including Broker Of The Year, Ileen has secured a very positive reputation in the real estate industry. She will always