Tara King-Brown brings over 17 years’ experience selling luxury real estate and has built her reputation as an ambitious, knowledgeable, and integrity driven agent who delivers exceptional results for her clients. She has sold over $750M in her career and is distinguished within the Top 20 Small Team by Volume in Manhattan & Top 30 in New York State according to the RealTrends 2022 rankings.
Tara is an established New Development expert and sell-out specialist. She has represented many top developers in marquee projects including sales over $175M at the Ralph Walker conversion One Hundred Barclay, $50M at the Rosario Candela conversion 12 E88th St, $75M at 40 Broad St, and many more. Leveraging her developer relationships and proficiency within this arena she is able to give her buyers valuable insights, often providing them exclusive early access and pricing to Manhattan’s premier developments.
Tara’s versatile resale track record ranges from studio apartments to Trophy Townhouse transactions, with an expertise in prime Downtown neighborhoods and The Upper East Side. Her clients include prominent New York City developers, heads of financial and tech institutions, international investors, and leaders in entertainment, arts, and culture. She has developed a deep network of loyal clients who trust her guidance, highly discrete approach, negotiation skills, and high level of service. Born and raised in British Columbia Canada, she is known for her ‘nice Canadian meets tenacious New Yorker’ personality, innate attention to detail, and highly efficient execution.
Tara is often quoted in industry leading publications including The New York Times, Forbes, Architectural Digest, Mansion Global and many others. Tara and her listings have been featured on Bravo's hit series 'Million Dollar Listing New York' and HGTV’s ‘Selling New York.’
A Lower Manhattan resident with an extensive luxury track record, Tara loves all aspects and areas of New York City. She has a keen interest in architecture, NYC history, international travel, interior design and charity work; she has served on the Junior Board of Breaking Ground since 2018, an organization committed to housing homeless New Yorkers. Her move to The Corcoran Group in 2013 has proven to be the ultimate platform to serve resale and New Development properties and clientele.