Ozana Realty Group
1110 South Ave Staten Island NY 10314Email Me
Born and raised in Staten Island, Luigi is proud to continue calling it home!
He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business and Construction Management at Drexel University and
holds a Master’s degree in Real Estate Development from the prestigious New York University SPS
Schack Institute of Real Estate, where he was educated and mentored by top industry leaders!
For the past decade, Luigi has been working in real estate, development and construction. First, as a
Construction Project Manager with Turner Construction and then JRM Construction Management. He
also works as a Senior Project Manager for Facilities Planning, Design & Construction at the Mount Sinai
Health System where he helps facilitate the planning, design and construction of new and innovative
During his time in the field; his passion, creativity and fascination with different types of buildings, their
features and how they are constructed flourished. While working and through his education, Luigi
propelled his real estate interests and joined the Ozana family.
Being a Staten Island native and working throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn; Luigi brings insight and
great expertise about these areas. He can guide you to finding your next real estate purchase and/or
attract buyers on the sale of your property! He enjoys researching and listening new and exciting real
estate investment and development opportunities and pitching these ideas to potential investors. Luigi is
avid about new and exciting developments in residential, commercial, healthcare and industrial. He
considered it his art.
In his free time, Luigi enjoys spending time with his family and friends and walking his Goldendoodle
Luigi is proactive, dedicated and a hard worker. He enjoys helping people reach their real estate
objectives and is the guy you want working for you!
Contact him today via phone (917) 642- 1002 or by email email@example.com.
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