Zach Diamond joined Winick Realty Group in 2013 with a background in sales and talent booking that has helped him develop the strong communications, organizational and negotiating skills that make for a successful real estate broker.
Mr. Diamond got his start at Talent Resources, where he booked celebrities for appearances and performances at venues across the United States. Drawing from his degree in communications from Syracuse University, Mr. Diamond was able to hone his oral and written communications skills in this job, as well as gain experience dealing with important and influential people in their field. These lessons then translated to a stint at Health BX, where he handled company logistics and was tasked with going door-to-door to sell Red Jacket apple juice to bodegas and grocery stores. Through these dealings, Mr. Diamond learned about the needs of retail tenants and he intends to further utilize this knowledge in the strong tenant relationships he builds in the real estate market.
Mr. Diamond focuses on both tenants and landlords in areas throughout Manhattan, with a particular focus on the neighborhoods of Upper Manhattan, including Harlem, Washington Heights and Hamilton Heights. Mr. Diamond has worked with many Dunkin’ Donuts franchise operators to find new locations in Manhattan, and he was also responsible for leasing the first New York location for famous Florence-based panini restaurant Antico Noe.