A real estate authority and visionary with more than 25 plus years' experience Merle K. Barash, founder and president of Merle K. Barash Real Estate, Inc., a New York State Licensed Real Estate Broker A, has a unique combination of business acumen and artistic talent. Merle has a Masters of Art Education degree, MA AEd from the University of Hartford's Hartford Art School and a Master of Arts degree,
MA Psya in psychoanalysis from the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis.
The Merle K. Barash brand is tailored to each client’s needs in selling or acquiring a property. Targeted marketing and sales strategies with local, national and global marketing strength, have earned Merle K. Barash Real Estate, Inc. an esteemed reputation in the industry. Investment clients worldwide work exclusively with Merle who creates and oversees their portfolio of Manhattan real estate. The company represents buyers and sellers.
A clientele of distinguished and highly celebrated people are represented exclusively by Merle Barash.
Merle was Director of Sales for real estate developer Aaron Green Company who built Memphis Downtown Condominium. Her strategy to close the building was to highlight the buyers; many who were in the music, fashion and film industry. Along with her natural ability for deal making she sold out the building. She was a leader in pioneering the West Village. Memphis Downtown is a 22- story luxury condominium of a post modernism design at 140 Charles Street in the West Village where Merle has a career of representing buyers and sellers.
Merle was promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing for the development team on their new residential and commercial projects. She sold the landmarked American Railway Supply Co. building (c) 1910 at 134 Charles Street with 12,000 SF of outdoor space to American painter Jennifer Bartlett.
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Merle founded the photography program at Horace Mann School in New York City where she taught black and white photography and darkroom printing. Her thesis exhibition for her Master’s degree in Art Education was presented at the Horace Mann Gallery.
Her artistic and business talents are matched by her philanthropic efforts. For over 25 years Merle has been an integral part of Strang, the oldest cancer prevention center in the USA. She is a Trustee of Strang Cancer Prevention Institute in New York. In 2014 she established the Dianne Zola Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.