A long-held love for architecture and interior design helped compel New York native Corrine Keshishian to pursue a career in real estate, an industry that unites her eye for artistic design and skill for building genuine, long-lasting relationships. A member of The Agency in Beverly Hills, Corrine is a dedicated advocate for her clients, known for her straightforwardness, compassion and unfaltering ability to approach every transaction with the utmost care. “My clients’ best interests are always the most important part of my transactions,” says Corrine. “There is never any ego on my end.”
Corrine’s familiarity with design and development took root at a young age. “My father and uncles owned construction businesses on Long Island and as a young girl, I was quite literally taught how to build things. At the age of 12, my father had me on our home’s roof hammering in replacement roofing shingles. I always knew that I would end up in development or design—real estate is the perfect combination for me.”
A graduate of Hunter College on Manhattan’s Upper Eastside, Corrine worked in New York City for internationally renowned fashion brands such as BCBG and La Perla before serving as a curator and advisor for a number of local New York artists, including award-winning and acclaimed photojournalist Donna Ferrato. Corrine also managed the business development division for an interior design firm. A lifelong seeker of knowledge, today Corrine continues her study of interior design at UCLA.
In her spare time, Corrine can be found chasing her toddler around with her husband and their two adopted dogs.