Fabrice Correia
Fabrice Correia
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Mobile: +1.347.755.2144
Office: +1.718.622.0133
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There is a multitude of reasons why clients choose Fabrice as their broker and why they enjoy working with him. Fabrice combines a warm personality with professionalism and real flair for matching customers to perfect locations.

He always takes that extra step to guarantee 100% satisfaction – before, throughout and after each transaction.

Thanks to a complete understanding of the various aspects of the NY real estate market, Fabrice can deal with all kinds of profiles, whether you are working on a low budget, or willing to purchase a high-end property .

Many individuals and corporations have trusted his expertise on the furnished rental market for years and have built long term business relationships with him.

Fabrice is also actively involved in sales transactions in Manhattan and Brooklyn, providing the same personal attention and level of service to foreign investors and NYC residents whether it be to rent or purchase a new property.

After graduating from Paris INSEEC Business School with a MBA degree in International Business, Fabrice began his career in New York in 2007, working for a famous brokerage firm specialized in furnished rentals.  This is where he built and practiced his expertise in handling the New York real estate market.

Fabrice joined Harmonycity Corp in 2017, a company offering a different approach: to deliver a personalized service to its customers by assisting them from day 1 upon contact through all their single real estate needs and more.

Fabrice speaks english, spanish, portuguese and french fluently. Thanks to his knowledge of the industry, and perhaps because he has lived in 10 different cities over the past 14 years, nobody can better understand your needs when it comes to finding your new home.

Let him guide you smoothly through the whole process, and be assured that you’ve made the right choice.


Fabrice ’s TOP 5 NYC spots

1) Brooklyn Bridge Park
The famous 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park will stretch 1.3 miles along the East River from north of the Manhattan Bridge to Atlantic Avenue, from Piers 1 to 6.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is transforming this inaccessible stretch into a magnificent public space filled with lawns, beaches, restored habitats, playgrounds, and beautifully landscaped areas.  The Park will connect visitors to the waterfront and NY Harbor in extraordinary ways with floating pathways, fishing piers, canals, paddling waters and restored wetlands.  This is the most significant park development in Brooklyn since Prospect Park was built 135 years ago. Park construction has begun with Pier 1 and part of Pier 6 already opened. This is a fascinating place to visit while appreciating the day to day evolution of this amazing project.

2) Stone Street
Named after its cobblestone paving and located in the heart of the Financial district, Stone St has a cute pedestrian-only portion that you can access from Hanover Square . It’s populated by half a dozen restaurants whose outdoor tables are extremely popular during Spring and Summer. Among them, my favorite pick is definitely “Adrienne’s“, one of the best pizza places in town.

3) Chelsea Market & High line
Chelsea Market takes 30mn to visit but one could stay for hours. It’s great for lunch in my opinion. Indeed, there’s a myriad of delicate gourmet stores offering plenty of great eating options. I usually go for the fresh sushi or the lobster at The Lobster Place.  But if you are in a sweet mood, just grab the best chocolate cookie in town at the Jacques Torres boutique. It’s absolutely “out of control”. If you feel like it, you can pair that with the seriously strong Italian espresso from the Coffee Place next door (they come triple shots). A nice plus: there’s always an interesting photography exhibition to enjoy along the way.
When you get off the market on 10th Ave, why not take a quick walk down the Meatpacking until Little 10th Street? From there, you can enter the High line, and enjoy the 1.45 mile promenade on this recent New York City park built on a section of the former elevated freight railroad.

4) Rent a Bike!
To me, renting a bicycle in New York is the best way to explore the city. It’s fun, easy, and whatever your rhythm is, you can do a great amount of things in a short period of time!  For example, you can see many of Central Park’s key sights in just one or two hours if you decide to walk. With a bike, you can explore so much more in a few hours and keep the intimacy of a walking promenade, away from the cars and the crowds as well as get a bit of exercise! There are plenty of bike rental stores in the city. I usually rent mine at 391 West Street in the West Village, or in Central Park at the cabin located right in front of the Boathouse restaurant’s entrance.

5) Decibel
Decibel is just a little sake bar hidden in a basement of 9th St between 2nd and 3rd Ave, which I happen to find unique. For some reason, I like the underground. The relaxed ambience of this inviting and very authentic Japanese sake bar. I don’t know much about sake bars, but I had a great experience the first time I stepped in that one. For a while, I totally forgot that I was in New York and not in Tokyo!





Listings for Fabrice Correia
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East Village, Manhattan
Beds: 1 · Baths: 1
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West Village, Manhattan
Beds: 2 · Baths: 1.5
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Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Beds: 2 · Baths: 2
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Williamsburg, Brooklyn
476 Union Avenue
Beds: 2 · Baths: 2

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Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Beds: 1 · Baths: 2
Web ID: 538
Upper West Side, Manhattan
Beds: 1 · Baths: 1
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Soho/ Nolita, Manhattan
Beds: 1 · Baths: 1
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Fort Greene, Brooklyn
Beds: 2 · Baths: 2

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Greenwich Village, Manhattan
Beds: 1 · Baths: 1
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308 West 30th Street, 9C
Beds: 1 · Baths: 1
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Chelsea, Manhattan
Beds: 2 · Baths: 2