SCARSDALE, N.Y. - Platinum Drive Realty held a grand opening of its new office at the Golden Horseshoe, which will complement its office in Scarsdale Village.
“We are so happy to be opening a new location at the Golden Horseshoe. Many of our agents grew up in the area and used to come here as kids, so this is truly life coming full circle," said Zach Harrison, president of Platinum Drive Realty. "The new location will give our clients an opportunity to search for properties in a comfortable atmosphere with the latest technology, and our clients will be able to bring their kids to play in Platinum Drive’s Playhouse. It’s all part of making real estate an enjoyable, rewarding and first-rate experience."
Harrison and his wife Heather founded Platinum Drive Realty in 2006. Both grew up in Scarsdale and now live here with their young family.
“We knew it was in our blood and felt who better to sell Westchester than people who grew up here and are now raising their families here,” said Heather Harrison, executive vice-president and winner of the Westchester Magazine Five Star Award and the Diamond Award for Sales Excellence, the most prestigious sales award given annually by the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.
Platinum Drive Realty serves a variety of clients from first-time home buyers and sellers to experienced homeowners, builders and investors in Westchester and Connecticut.
Platinum Drive participates in various charitable causes, including the Four Diamonds Fund, which supports the fight against pediatric cancer, Albert Einstein National Women’s Division, which supports research in Women’s Health and Cancers; the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, the Junior League of Westchester, Quaker Ridge Elementary School, Kids Base and the Little School.
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