CHARLOTTE, NC – Engel & Völkers North America, the North American operations for the European-based premium real estate firm, announced today the opening of its Uptown Charlotte shop, expanding the level of service and global network for buyers and sellers in Charlotte.
“Following the notable success of Engel & Völkers South Charlotte, Uptown Charlotte is a prime location to further our comprehensive network and resources to cater to an increasingly global clientele,” said Anthony Hitt, CEO of Engel & Völkers North America. “Yuriy and Frances’ stellar on-the-ground experience and keen awareness of the dynamic Charlotte real estate market make them the ideal team to lead the new shop.”
Yuriy Vaynshteyn is the owner, Frances Bryant is the executive vice president and Sue Fessler is the vice president talent attraction of the new Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte, which will further establish the firm’s presence in the Charlotte marketplace. Prior to Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte, Vaynshteyn and Bryant launched Engel & Völkers South Charlotte in late 2015 with a team of 25 real estate advisors. Since then, the team has experienced impressive growth with more than 50 advisors.
“The Uptown Charlotte real estate market has really taken off due to the boom of new construction and the area’s thriving industries,” said Yuriy Vaynshteyn, owner of Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte. “As the area continues to experience a growing popularity, the Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte shop will best meet the area’s diverse real estate needs.”
Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte, with a main office situated in The Trademark building, will provide leading services and premier properties for buyers and sellers in Uptown Charlotte and the surrounding area including Myers Park, Dilworth and Eastover. With the second largest banking district and the sixth busiest airport in the nation, a booming manufacturing and energy industry and wide range of major league sports, Uptown Charlotte is increasingly luring in both local and foreign buyers attracted to its vibrant lifestyle.
“Charlotte’s mix of cultural offerings – from its fine dining establishments and museums to its sports teams – and attainable cost of living make for a highly desirable quality of life,” said Frances Bryant, executive vice president of Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte. “Through our experienced team of dedicated real estate advisors and the tools and international reach of the Engel & Völkers network, Engel & Völkers Uptown Charlotte will further enhance the quality of service for buyers and sellers in the metro area.”
With the opening of shops in Aspen, Vail, Park City, Atlanta, Hilton Head, Sun Valley, Minneapolis and Charlotte and in Canada, Victoria, Calgary, Montreal, Vancouver Island, Toronto and York, Engel & Völkers continues to strengthen its presence in the premium real estate market across North America. Additionally, Engel & Völkers continues to expand throughout the United States with planned openings in several new markets.