Eric Howard

917 650 8720
212–729-5712, Ext. 130

Eric Howard is a native New Yorker who was raised in Brooklyn. He first became interested in real estate when his mother and father each purchased brownstones in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. In high school, Eric’s interest in real estate grew during a trip to Italy when he became fascinated by the architecture of the homes there. He knew from that moment on that he would work in real estate development.

After Eric attended Howard University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Finance, he was offered an analyst position with a major bank, but chose instead to further his education by attending St. John’s University School of Law here in New York City. Upon graduating from St. John’s, Eric decided to start his own law practice. In his practice he represented clients in real estate transactions, landlord tenant issues, entertainment contracts, and small business contracts.

Eric’s entrepreneurial spirit and knowledge of the legal and business world has made him a motivated, diligent, and hardworking individual. He is a people person who loves helping his clients and ensuring that their best interest are always put first. In his free time, Eric enjoys traveling and meeting new people. He has been involved in martial arts since the age of six and is currently a black belt and an assistant instructor on the weekends.

Eric's Listings

Currently there are no available closed transactions listed by this agent.

Address Bedrooms Baths Sq Footage
Building - Powell Plaza - Harlem
2322 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard
2 1
Building - 83 West 119th Street - Manhattan Rental
83 West 119th Street
1 1
5th On The Park Building Harlem Manhattan
1485 Fifth Avenue
Studio 1 600 sq ft
195 Spencer Street Building Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn
195 Spencer Street
1 1
225 East 86th Street
225 East 86th Street
1 1
56 Pine Street
56 Pine Street
1 1 670 sq ft
152 East 35th St
152 East 35th Street
Studio 1
68 Bradhurst
68 Bradhurst Avenue
2 2 900 sq ft


Forest City Ratner’s Brooklyn housing project (formerly known as Atlantic Park, now dubbed Pacific Park), which encountered indeterminate delays on the project’s first tower (B2


A fight over land in Harlem is raging between the city and the owner of property that was seized in 2008 to make room for a $700 million dollar development. The proposed development isn’t currently being developed, so naturally the former owner of the property wants the land back. The phrase, “Timing is everything” comes to mind with this situation. Here’s

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