Matthieu Bouchout
Matthieu Bouchout
President - Licensed Real Estate Broker
mb@harmonycity.com
Mobile: +1.917.723.4166
Office: +1.718.622.0133
Fax: +1.212.214.0353

A New York City Real Estate specialist and a consistent top producer recognized for outstanding sales volume, Matthieu Bouchout has enjoyed a successful Real Estate career since 1997 that has grown as quickly as the market he represents. Matthieu strives to help his clients attain their goals by knowing the market and neighborhood nuances, dealing professionally with colleagues, buyers and sellers, and providing premium quality customer service. Always putting the best interests of others before his own, he enjoys a loyal following of repeat and referral clients who trust and rely on his service.

Throughout his years, he has established a strong working relationship with notable attorneys, Real Estate brokers, mortgage brokers, insurers and contractors. There is truly no one more of an all around key maker in today’s industry than Matthieu.
“Matthieu has a unique ability to secure interest of a wide variety of investors. I have closed with Matthieu in the past with minimal if any difficulty and recommend him highly” says Jerry Minsky, senior Vice president with Prudential Douglas.

Born and raised in France, Matthieu attained a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Marketing from the University of Burgundy in Dijon.  Matthieu always knew that New York would be his new home, so after graduating from college, he headed to the Big Apple. Matthieu’s introduction and intrigue with the world of Real Estate blossomed while interning at a prestigious MANHATTAN Real Estate firm. There, he became familiar with the residential rental market and incorporated an innate creativity, a passion for the city, and love of people into his work.  Through a great deal of personal research and strong motivation, he started investing for himself in 2002. Shopping on his own brought him the excitement and dedication it takes to help others with the important undertaking of buying or selling properties.
Doted of an all-around knowledge of the New York residential market (both sales and rentals) and a decision to bring his own touch to the industry, he created HarmoNYCity in June of 2003, a company dedicated to bringing a personal and complete service to its customers. He operates there as a licensed Real Estate broker and is also the president of the company.

When not at hard work, Matthieu enjoys spending time with his son Adrian. A city lover yet as well as an outdoorsy type, Matthieu is active in basketball and snowboarding- it’s his second passion outside of his work.  He also developed a strong passion for interior design and antique collecting. Yet most of all, Matthieu loves showing clients, family, and friends the best of New York’s treasures.

 

Matthieu’s Top 5 NYC Spots

1)     Rucker Park, 155th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Manhattan

Without a doubt, the most famed streetball courts worldwide. Being a big basketball fan, I’ve enjoyed watching summer games at this Harlem hot spot since around 2004 when Fat Joe’s terror squad won its first championship of the EBC tournament. Over the years I’ve seen NBA players such as Ron Artest or Joachim Noah and street legends such as the Bone collector, the Best kept secret… EBC tournament starts from June until mid-August usually. A must-see for all basketball fans out there!

2)     Strand Book Store, 828 Broadway (and 12th St), Manhattan

Strand Bookstore is an independent bookstore located in New York City’s East Village. The store houses the city’s largest collection of rare books, and is also a contender for the title of world’s largest used bookstore. Its slogan is “18 Miles of Books”. I loved to hangout there and spend a couple of hours checking photography, interior design and architecture books, it’s very relaxing. The staff is passionate and the place silent like a public library,  a true New Yorker Institution. I used to window shop and browse CD’s and movies at Virgin Megastore few blocks away but the chain closed its store in 2009 (along with the location in Times Square).

3)     Coney Island, Brooklyn- take the Q train to the last station.

I’ve lived in Brooklyn since the day I put a foot in New York back in 1997 and don’t think I’ll ever leave the borough, Brooklyn is my home. I might have given a shot to Manhattan spending a month there lately but it’s overall too noisy for me. I love all places in Brooklyn but if I had to retain one, I would choose Coney Island. Coney Island was a major resort and site of amusement parks that reached its peak in the early 20th century. It declined in popularity after World War II and endured years of neglect. In recent years, the city has been trying to re-establish the area grandeur.

Coney Island is a unique place that you will never find anywhere else, a strange mix of culture, population where the people just enjoy the moment and the pleasure of being by the sea and enjoying its amusement park.  The atmosphere is unique and very laid back.  Check out the Mermaid Parade in June and Nathan’s International July Sixth Hot Dog Eating Contest.

4)    Negril, Restaurant, 70 W. 3rd Street, West Village, Manhattan

Negril is a fine, family run, Jamaican restaurant. It offers a mix of great food and music in a well decorated restaurant with, obviously a Caribbean touch. The spacious dining room, on the upper level, boasts bamboo floors and seashell lined walls; while the Rhum lounge, on the lower level, warms you with its raisin interior, red lacquer floors, and in-house DJ. Let’s go back to the food, my personal favorite is the ACKEE BRUSCHETTA: Jamaica’s favorite exotic fruit cook-up with saltfish served on plantain. As a main course I would go for the oxtail stew and for dessert, well I can’t eat anymore, perhaps share a nice ice cream with your loved one. Oops, my bad, I forgot for drinks, go for the Village Punch Delicious!

5)     High line, Meatpacking District, Manhattan

The High Line is a 1.45-mile (2.33 km) New York City park built on a section of the former elevated freight railroad spur called the West Side Line, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan; it has been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway. It runs from Gansevoort Street, one block below West 12th Street in the Meatpacking District, up through the neighborhood of Chelsea to the West Side Yard, near the Javits Convention Center, but it currently ends at 20th Street.

I love this park. The High Line is a recycled railway that was turned into an urban elevated park. The park has great views of the city and it overlooks the buildings designed by brand name architects such as Frank Gehry and Jean Nouvel. Enjoy a nice walk before a nice brunch in the Meat Packing! Nice clubbing area too!

 

 

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