Julian CohenReal Estate Agent (7 years experience)
Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Foreclosure, Property Management
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Julian Cohen has been immersed in real estate from an extremely young age. Beginning with his father, a prominent local developer and visionary, Julian learned the business from the ground up. He attended the prestigious Leysin American school in Switzerland, studied at the Beijing Language and Culture University and Hofstra University with concentration in Economics and International business. Following his graduation and before returning to his home base of Miami Beach, Julian spent 2 years working for Platinum Properties on Wall Street followed by another 2 years with Prudential Douglas Elliman, the leading residential real estate firm in New York City. He now has joined the world renowned #1 team in Florida and #1 team globally known as "The Jills" with Coldwell Banker to continue his successful career. Since joining The Jill's Team, Julian has already completed numerous transactions in some of the top condominiums and communities such as the St. Regis, Blue Diamond and the Icon. Most notably, Julian recently closed on the highest priced residential sale in Miami-Dade county history. Located on the exclusive Indian Creek Island, the 10 bedroom/14.5 bath single family home masterpiece encompassing 30,000 square feet sold for $47,000,000 in August. Julian as a co-listing with the Jill's represented the sellers in this memorable sale.
Conversant in English, French, Spanish and Hebrew, Julian has established strong relationships at a global level. His clients receive only personalized attention to detail, and can be assured that he will find solutions for even the most complex real estate transactions. From a starter apartment to South Florida's most spectacular estates, Julian has the intimate local knowledge of a Miami native, experience, and contacts to find the perfect solution for all your real estate needs.