Born in Osaka, Japan, Ritsuko has also lived in Honolulu and Boston before coming to New York in 2010.
Upon moving to New York she became fascinated with the intricate architecture and details that make every neighborhood in this city unique and unlike anywhere else in the world. This fascination led her to pursue a career in real estate and make the neighborhoods of this city her career.
Ritsuko has a strong interest in both modern and antique furniture. She loves to imagine how apartments will layout when furnished beautifully and helps her clients with suggestions on how to best outfit their apartments to make it their own.
Prior to her career in real estate, she worked at a travel agency for several years with a diverse client list ranging from families to celebrities. She coordinated luxury travel including villa rentals and executive transportation. Holding a management position at the Firm, she was responsible for the training and guidance of new agents. This experience helped her learn how to cater to the needs of busy New Yorkers for whom finding a new home can often be a stressful and time-consuming process.
When she is not working, she can be founding travelling all across the globe. Ritsuko has travelled to thirty countries so far, encompassing all continents and including New Zealand, Iceland and Middle East. She looks forward to continuing this trend until she reaches her goal of one hundred countries visited.
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57 Great Jones Street Partial Ground, New York, New York 10012
The heart of NoHo, ground floor sublease opportunity till December 2022 or for short term lease / pop-up this summer.
Approximately 800sqf including back office. Storage space on the basement upon request.
Building formerly owned by Andy Warhol, and Jean-Michel Basquiat lived and worked [...]