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Artcondo edittedlogo purchase bronx real 20estate


ArtCondo helps NYC artists, creative workers, creative businesses and non-profits to buy commercial buildings together - to use as work spaces or for living.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Real Estate
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded August 2013
  • Employees 3
  • Incorporation Type LLC
  • Website

Company Summary

ArtCondo is a community-focused real estate project that helps creative workers, businesses and nonprofits buy and develop large commercial buildings together, in partnership with neighborhood residents. ArtCondo creative communities are unique cultural incubators invigorating and nurturing surrounding neighborhoods, and spurring economic development.


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    Michele Gambetta
    Founder, CEO

    Michele has 15 yrs of NYC real estate experience and a proven ability to develop new financial and cultural value, tap unrecognized equity and manage large projects. She worked for a NYC RE developer, self-developed artist studios in Brooklyn, and is currently a real estate agent. She received an RE Finance and Investment Certificate from NYU Shack Institute, an MFA from School of Visual Arts, BFA from SAIC, and attended University of Chicago.

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    Matthew Fletcher
    Senior IT Consultant

    With over 25 years working in IT and design, Matt has worked with developers and creatives to handle every website issue possible -- from trouble shooting working code, to maintaining consumer front end design issues, training classes for managers, overseeing design teams to supporting graphic dept networks. Matt is responsible for ArtCondo back end development, with scalability functionality a priority.

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    Jen Kanter
    Creative Director

    Jen is a video-maker and creative designer with experience creating videos for small business and large corporations. She is committed to helping to create a sustainable world where nature is given a more dominant role.