I'm Sandy Edry, a condo specialist with Keller Williams NYC.
The Edry Group at Keller Williams NYC is led by Sandy Edry, a lifelong New Yorker who has taken the typical Manhattanite's fascination with real estate and turned it into one of the top sales and rental teams in the city.
In just the last few years, Sandy has sold more than $75 million dollars in Manhattan real estate, including more than 120 apartments in the Riverside Drive Condominiums. Sandy's knowledge of the market and devotion to his clients led to his being named a Top Sales Agent at his company from 2009 through 2011, as well a five-time Platinum Award winner in 2007-2011. This year he was named one of the top 5 teams at KWNYC and won the Team Player Award, which is the company's top prize.
Before joining Keller Williams NYC, Sandy spent more than 15 years as a professional journalist, including seven years on staff as a writer/editor at Newsweek Magazine. Edry is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and has been published in various newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, New York, Inc., The Los Angeles Times and many others.
Sandy Edry's Background
Sandy Edry's Experience
Senior Vice President and founder of The Edry Group at Keller Williams NYC
I am a licensed real estate agent with Keller Williams NYC and head of The Edry Group, handling both sales and rentals throughout Manhattan--especially the Upper West Side and the Northern Manhattan areas of Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights, Hudson Heights and Inwood.
Senior Vice President at Citi Habitats
March 2006 - January 2012
Editor, Square Feet at Manhattan Media
February 2007 - August 2007
Editor of the recently launched real estate section, Square Feet. It is a weekly supplement to a chain of community papers in Manhattan, including The West Side Spirit, Our Town and Our Town Downtown.
Writer/Editor at Newsweek
December 2001 - July 2005
Writer/Researcher at Who Wants to be a Millionaire
September 1999 - September 2002
Writer for the Emmy-award winning "Who Wants to be a Millionaire Show," hosted by Regis Philbin.
Editor & Founder at New Voices
1990 - 1992
Editor, New Voices at Jewish Student Press Service
1990 - 1992
Sandy Edry's Education
Columbia University - Graduate School of Journalism
1997 – 1999
University of California, Los Angeles
1985 – 1989
Hebrew Academy of Nassau County
1980 – 1986
Sandy Edry's Interests & Activities
Marketing, journalism, photography, video, hiking, travel.