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Jed Lewin, Esq.

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Jed Lewin is a seasoned broker and attorney with over 15 years of experience and has lived in Manhattan his entire life — a combination that makes him one of the most sought-after real estate brokers in New York. Jed specializes in representing high net-worth individuals, investors, and developers, as well as first-time buyers.

Jed's unique understanding of the market helps buyers find a home or investment that not only exceeds their needs but also fits their lifestyle. As a listing agent, he is known for quickly completing off-market deals by utilizing cutting edge marketing techniques and his broad network.

Prior to entering real estate, Jed practiced law for many years and successfully managed client relations for one of the world’s most respected companies, where he negotiated high stakes deals with major companies and organizations. A recognized negotiation expert, Jed has taught in dozens of law schools across the country. With his keen eye for detail, industry expertise, and executive presence, Jed is the ideal choice to help you navigate your next real estate transaction.

Jed grew up in Gramercy Park and has lived all over the city. He currently resides on the Upper West Side with his wife Erica and two children, Charlie and Chelsea. In his free time, Jed loves exploring New York City; he is a very good cook and a fairly lousy softball player.


JEDTalks with #JedtheBroker Season 1

Ep. 1: Meet Jed the Broker
Ep. 2: Pricing Strategies for Listing Your Home
Ep. 3: Common Mistakes Sellers Make and to Avoid Making Them - Part I
Ep. 4: Common Mistakes Sellers Make and How to Avoid Making Them - Part II
Ep. 5: Netflix and Chill...and Sell Your Home
Ep. 6: Condos vs Co-ops
Ep. 7: Condos
Ep. 8: Co-ops
Ep. 9: Best Time to Start Looking for a New Home
Ep. 10: Using an Agent
Ep. 11: Choosing an Agent
Ep. 12: Submitting the Winning Offer

JEDTalks with #JedtheBroker Season 2

Ep.1: Season 2 Gala Premiere (Brought to You by Suntory)
Ep. 2: To Renovate or Not to Renovate
Ep. 3: Staging is the Key to Selling Quickly
Ep. 4: How to Value Your Home as a Seller
Ep. 5: Mail Bag Featuring Tyler Whitman
Ep. 6: How Much Does it Cost to Buy a Co Op?
Ep. 7: How Much Does it Cost to Buy a Condo?
Ep. 8: What is a Pied-a-Terre and Should You Buy One?
Ep. 9: How to Buy an Investment Property
Ep. 10: How You Can Buy a Property for Less Than the Asking Price
Ep. 11: Which Neighborhood Is the Best to Buy In?
Ep. 12: An Attitude of Gratitude

JEDTalks with #JedtheBroker Season 3

JEDTalks S 3 E 1: Season Premiere
JEDTalks S 3 E 2: Why I Love New York, New York
JEDTalks S 3 E3: Let’s Talk About the Market
JEDTalks S 3 E 4: What is A Buyer’s Market And What Does it Mean for Me?
JEDTalks S 3 E 5: Is This a Good time to Sell?
JEDTalks S 3 E 6: How much does it Cost to Renovate?
JEDTalks S 3 E 7: Price Per Square Foot
JEDTalks S 3 E 8: Is This a Good time to Buy?
JEDTalks S 3 E 9: Where Should You Buy?
JEDTalks S 3 E 10: Negotiating Tips Part 1: Silence
JEDTalks S 3 E 11: Negotiating Tips Part 2: Strategy
JEDTalks S 3 E 12: What is Holding You Back?

Jed's Transaction History

Address Type
2 Fifth Avenue #9KL Sold
2 Fifth Avenue #9KL Sold
444 W 19 St #703 Sold
215 W 90 St #9D Sold
535 W 110th St #2-GH Sold
173 Riverside Dr #7N Sold
400 West End Ave #11D Sold
363 E 76 St #18F Sold
205 E 59 St #20A Sold
304 W 115 St #5A Sold
75 Central Park W #4A Sold
60 W 20 St #2J Sold
10 Nevins St #6A Sold
4 E 95 St #PHE Sold
605 Park Avenue #11G Sold
22 W 15 St #9D Sold
106 W 116 St #11B Sold
370 W 118th St #2-C Sold
250 E 40 St #28F Sold
The Rennie - 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd #PH24 Sold
1864 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard #51 Sold
324 E 41st St #901C Sold
106 W 116 St #4A Sold
1330 Fifth Ave #2I Sold
300 W 122 St #12G Sold
100 La Salle St #13G Sold
1214 Pacific St #1 Sold
100 W 93 St #4E Sold
205 E 68 St #T2A Sold
200 W 79 St #3G Sold



Released Publisher Link
May 10, 2022 New York Post
NYC home of artist Bill Scharf sells for first time in 50 years
Dec 30, 2021 New York Times
NYTimes: Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million
Sep 17, 2020 New York Times
On the Market
Sep 6, 2020 New York Times
As Some New Yorkers Flee, Others Move Closer to the Office
Mar 26, 2020 Brick Underground
Have a NYC apartment under contract but the deal is stalled by the coronavirus?
Mar 25, 2020 Brick Underground
How to ace your virtual co-op board interview
Mar 18, 2020 Brick Underground
Will virtual closings and co-op board video interviews become NYC's new norm?
Feb 10, 2020
More Than Just a Pretty Place: Things You Probably Didn't Know About Prewar Apartments
Feb 10, 2020
More Than Just a Pretty Place: Things You Probably Didn't Know About Prewar Apartments
Feb 10, 2020
More Than Just a Pretty Place: Things You Probably Didn't Know About Prewar Apartments
Jan 14, 2020 Brick Underground
How to Price Your NYC Apartment in a Buyer's Market
Jan 2, 2020 The Real Deal
Triplemint Triples Down
Nov 22, 2019 Real Estate Weekly
Done Deals: Picture Perfect
Sep 18, 2019
Buying, Selling and Staging Your Home, Oh My!
Jun 24, 2019
6 Fears You'll Have as an Older Career Changer
Mar 27, 2019
How's The Housing Market Right Now? Answers Ahead
Jan 2, 2019
As Boomers Downsize Will Millennials Want Their Homes?
Dec 14, 2018
30 Books to Read While Traveling
Oct 12, 2018 Real Estate Weekly
City Brokers Adapting to Co-Living sector
Aug 20, 2018 Julep by Triplemint
LIve the Dream: Apartments with Outdoor Space
Aug 1, 2018 Forbes
Are Real Estate Agents Still Relevant in the Age of Tech?
Jul 13, 2018 Julep by Triplemint
Selling Your Home In A Soft Market
Jul 11, 2018
A Closer Look at Apartment Layouts Found in NYC's Latest Buildings
Jul 3, 2018 Forbes
Housing Inventory Woes Are Far From Over, New Data Shows
Feb 14, 2018
Alliance Bernstein: A Roundtable Discussion on Real Estate (Podcast)