Real Estate Agent

Jamie Reimer

 My Town. Our Neighborhood. Your Home.

With a background in architecture and real estate development, Jamie Reimer primarily focuses on ground up and conversion new development rental projects. With respected expertise and tenacious dedication, Jamie serves as the Vice President of Development & Design of TOWN's Marketing & Leasing Team. 

Utilizing her past experience in real estate development, Jamie has an intimate understanding of a developer’s needs and the big picture elements that are important to the success of any project. With a love for architecture and interior design, Jamie provides hands-on, detail-oriented consulting beginning with the pre-development phase and throughout the life of the project. 

After studying in the highly-regarded architecture program at Lehigh University, Jamie earned a Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development from New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate. Although advised by a wise professor to “never fall in love with the bricks,” she came to believe that the most valuable real estate projects are those that combine exceptional design with passion and sound financial planning. Consequently, her work with TOWN Marketing & Leasing involves helping real estate developers find the right balance of aesthetic appeal, functionality and strong bottom-line numbers. 

Prior to joining TOWN Marketing & Leasing, Jamie held high profile positions with real estate developers Anbau Enterprises and Beck Street Capital where she was focused on acquisitions and project management. Through these experiences, Jamie gained a true and deep understanding of the development process and understanding that the needs of her clients extends beyond the marketing and leasing of a project.


Jamie Reimer

Vice President of Design and Development
Cell: 201-618-8229
Office: 646-588-4081
Fax: 646-738-7588
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33 Irving Place
New York, New York 10003 United States
Town Gramercy Park LLC
33 Irving Place
New York, New York 10003 United States
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