Key-Ventures, Inc. was founded 47 years ago by Evelyn Kaiser and A. Laurance Kaiser IV. Since its inception, the firm has maintained a versatile and world-wide profile, representing high-net-worth individuals, corporations, and foreign governments in both the residential and commercial real estate markets.
With its history of wide-spread contacts in New York and internationally, Key-Ventures, Inc. was the first real estate company to sell a single family residential property for over one million dollars. The firm is still breaking records in the sales of luxury cooperative, condominium, and loft residences as well as superb townhouses.
Key-Ventures, Inc. also maintains solid working relationships with premier New York development and construction families that have resulted in the sale and purchase of assemblages of land for hotel, multiple-unit residences and other commercial development. Drawing on its contacts and resources, the firm is able to broker successful commercial deals between property owners and investment groups with diversified global strategies.
The firm maintains a staff of agents with solid education, fine background, absolute discretion, and proven expertise to negotiate the most profitable deals for its clients. All aspects of the real estate market are given the same Blue Ribbon attention and service. Over 40% of our buyers and sellers are repeat clients.
With its roots firmly planted in real estate history, Key-Ventures, Inc. maintains a vital and ever-expanding presence in the contemporary era, continuing to be a major power in the real estate world with its impeccable reputation and a heavy-hitting sales record.
In 2017, Key-Ventures, Inc. joined the esteemed Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices organization and created The Key-Ventures Team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties. The merger enhances The Key-Ventures Team's ability to offer comprehensive solutions, both residential and commercial, while continuing to provide their clients with the best-in-class service and personal attention to which they are accustomed.