Amy Nagy works for entrepreneurially minded, Sinatra & Company Real Estate, a Buffalo, New York based real estate investment, development and management firm. For her five years spent working directly with the company’s president and founder, Nick Sinatra, Amy has taken on an array of projects that include the company’s marketing and identity efforts, providing analysis on acquisitions and development projects, as well as implementing best practices to the firm’s commercial real estate department. Currently, Amy is the Director of Development, overseeing the firm’s development activities in Western New York.
Amy joined Sinatra & Company Real Estate when it was a company with 500 multi-family units. In her three years, she has been part of the team overseeing its growth to over 5,500 units and $450 million in assets, across four states.
Prior to working with Sinatra & Company Real Estate, Amy worked in both the commercial and investment real estate fields, with a focus on value added multi-family opportunities. She also participates in her west coast-based family real estate operations. She holds a New York State broker’s license and is a member of New York State Commercial Association of Realtors, of which she is active in the Western New York Chapter.
In speaking about what she enjoys most about her professional life, Amy comments, ‘’it is the diversity of my day that gets me out of bed early and going through the evening’s networking events.” She adds, “in what other business can you spend the morning in a hard hat and boots walking a potential development site, and in the afternoon meet with executives in an industry that you normally have never considered.”
Her studies were in San Diego, California, graduating from San Diego State University with a degree in Economics. She currently enjoys using opportunities through Urban Land Institute where she sits on the WNY Women’s Leadership Initiative steering committee, to keep her up to date on local, regional and national trends. Amy also sits on the Board of Directors for NAIOP Upstate New York, Kevin Guest House and the Maria M Love Convalescent Fund.
When she is not working, Amy is at home in Buffalo’s Elmwood Village with her three children, husband and one very bad dog, Lola.