20 Years in NYC Real Estate

I can still remember arriving from Buenos Aires, Argentina at age 5, driving over the GW Bridge in the 70’s and being awestruck by all the tall buildings. I knew in that moment Manhattan was where I needed to be. Fast track to 2001, I moved into this little, cute studio in the Upper West Side at 102 West 80th and absolutely fell in love with it. Since it was in such close proximity to Central Park, I ran and rollerbladed almost every day. I was filled with excitement to live where I had always dreamed of, enamored by all the stunning architecture, parks, restaurants, and of course, the fashion.

Claudia Saez-Fromm & Mark Fromm

It was a natural force that led me to meet my then soon-to-be-husband that year and we devoured the city while dating, taking long walks, and discovering each neighborhood as if we had never been there. We lived in Union Square, got married, then subsequently moved to West Chelsea, TriBeCa, and now FiDi. Talk about loving each neighborhood…

In my 20s while living across the river in New Jersey, I commuted each day to work in the World Financial Center. Currently residing in FiDi brings back fond memories of how I used to dream of having a home in NYC and now I live and breathe it every single day.

Claudia Saez-Fromm & Mark David Fromm

I’ve have 20 years of relationship building in NYC, always learning and evolving.

My love for NYC and it’s people, architecture, real estate, art & design, and energy has provided me a career that has challenged me in every way and rewarded me with my family, lifelong friendships, and a clientele that I’ve worked with for years.


Forever I will be in love with NYC and eternally grateful.

Claudia Saez-Fromm and dogs

Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan. www.claudiasaezfromm.com

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