Ranking as Warburg Realty's number one top producer in 2017 and as a top-five broker company-wide for each of the past four years, Lisa Larson has an unyielding commitment to her clients' needs. Her strong command of the market has led her to sell an average of $50 million in residential sales per year. Lisa has always approached challenges with intensity, intelligence and passion, from her decades of competitive distance running through her 15-year career as the owner of a green environmental business. Paramount to Lisa's success has been her reputation as trusted advisor. Her ability to build and maintain loyal relationships along with her tireless work ethic have been responsible for her rapid success in real estate.
Combining her well-honed problem solving and negotiation skills with a hefty dose of patience, perseverance and humor, Lisa was awarded a 2013 Real Estate Board of New York Deal of the Year award at its 25th Anniversary Gala. She was also the recipient of the 2012 Warburg Realty Deal of the Year, an award that applauded her expert navigation in a complex transaction. Lisa has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal and other top tier outlets for her industry insights and expertise. Lisa's business has come entirely from referrals and she is proud to be described by her clients as having the “perfect combination of professional expertise, integrity and personal warmth that transforms what is typically one of life's most stressful experiences into an extraordinarily pleasant and profitable one." Recent transactions have included a penthouse apartment on Fifth Avenue, a Carnegie Hill eight-room pre-war coop and several new development condos in Greenwich Village, Soho and the West Village.
Recognized among her peers for her eye for design, she has bought, renovated and sold apartments and homes in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago and Nantucket, providing her an acute insight into the needs of buyers and sellers alike. Lisa holds a Master's degree in History and was a member of the Division I cross-country and track teams at the University of California, Berkeley. Having called the UES of Manhattan home for over 15 years, Lisa lives in Carnegie Hill with her husband and two children, where she serves on the board of her Fifth Avenue co-op building. Lisa also remains actively involved with various charitable foundations neighborhood associations including serving as Director on the Board of USA Track & Field Foundation, and at both of her children's schools, the Convent of the Sacred Heart (where she has served as Parents Association President) and Saint David’s School. Outside of work, Lisa enjoys traveling both near and far, though always with her iPhone in hand!