Glenn Rice moved to NYC in 1991 to attend Columbia University where he received a degree in English Literature. He embraced downtown music and art culture and joined the music industry where he worked in International Marketing for Elektra and at Jive Records where he handled the rollout of sales and promotion efforts for some of music’s top acts. Glenn next ran an international language school for which he traveled all over the world executing marketing strategies. After the purchase of a landmark townhouse on Harlem’s Strivers Row in 2000 at the age of 27, he began his career in real estate where he quickly became the top townhouse broker in Harlem, setting all sales records and creating a client base that still includes some of the top contemporary artists in the world. In 2004 he focused on property development and management in addition to being a broker. This concentration provided him with a base of knowledge that includes renovation and construction management, and he has since owned, renovated, and sold multiple townhouses and apartments. Currently, Glenn is spearheading the Brown Harris Stevens expansion to Fire Island. He has lived and worked on Fire Island for the past four years and is noted for his renovation of a classic beach cottage in Fire Island Pines, creating a modern masterpiece that was recently featured in the New York Times.
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