Portrait of Conrad Bradford

Conrad Bradford


Conrad Bradford's superior knowledge of the New York City marketplace, his experience, his dedication to customer service, along with his careful emphasis on developing and fostering long term relationships, has positioned him as one of the industry most trusted brokers. His varied experience has encompassed commercial real estate transactions for clients in industries such as restaurants, medical, wellness, exercise, fashion, education, design, technology, advertising, and the arts. Therefore, Conrad has the know-how and finesse to service the most challenging New York City assignments. He's been recognized in the media [see link below] for his ability to source 'Ghost Spaces,' which are vacancies that do not appear in any database. His unique aptitude, combined with his patience and tenacity, have given his clients a significant advantage and helps when it comes to negotiating a better deal. Moreover, his familiarity with NYC neighborhoods and his art of site selection can be the difference between an adequate location vs a great one. Let him put his expertise to work for you. Before joining the New York City real estate industry, Conrad worked in marketing and communications taking projects from design concept through production. He formed a one stop design and print production facility specializing in 4-color printing and finishing, a company that had the capability to design, print, and ship in one business day. His roster of clients included Arista Records, The New York Times, The National Arts Club, The Players Club, Algonquin Theatre, Wilhelmina Model Management, AT&T, Tuff Gong International, Pfizer, Passport Films, Calvin Klein Fragrance, Fred Hayman, USA Saber World Cup, MoMo Design, Jamaican Consulate, Nigerian Embassy, Vibe Magazine, Bad Boy Entertainment, and celebrities such as Iman, Mariah Carey, Sean Combs, Notorious Big, and Mark Anthony. Immediately after graduation, he was involved in the publishing world and helped develop a revolutionary approach to hardcover book sales called 'Display Sales.' This model resulted in setting a North American sales records for the single largest order for a hardcover cookbook 'The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking' (2,000,000 copies), a sales record that still stands today. When not involved with the frenetic pace of deal making, Conrad fills his leisure hours with art collecting, theatre going, dining, skiing, horse riding, bullfighting, sailing, and traveling.