A highly-regarded industry expert with over 20 years of experience, Amanda Goldworm has cultivated an extraordinary knowledge of the market across the board in cooperatives, condominiums, and townhouses. She has an uncompromising work ethic and an unequivocal commitment to the highest level of service. Integrity, discretion, and professionalism are the essential values that underscore her real estate career. Raised in Haverford, Pennsylvania, Amanda is a graduate of the Agnes Irwin School and earned a degree in art history from Hobart and William Smith College. She also completed coursework at the New York School of Interior Design. Amanda lives on the Upper East Side with her husband and two young sons. She serves on the Pediatric Support Committee for New York-Presbyterian Hospital and is an active volunteer at her children’s school.
Amanda Cannon Goldworm, Megan Duryea Scott, and Merrill Curtis work in partnership to bring a new level of service to both buyers and sellers in New York City. Utilizing more than 45 years of combined experience, The AMM Team brokered $115 million in closed volume in 2022. They have ranked consistently among the top 10 teams across Sotheby's International Realty nationwide and have been repeatedly recognized by REAL Trends America's Best as being in the top 0.5% of sales agents in the U.S. Their encyclopedic knowledge of New York neighborhoods, buildings, floorplans, and the intricacies of cooperative boards, distinguishes them among their peers. Their seasoned negotiation and marketing skills, as well as networks of designers and architects, enable them to offer a highly personalized and full-service approach to every client.
Some of The AMM Team's notable sales include a high-floor apartment at the iconic Central Park Tower on 217 West 57th Street for $17.3 million, the historic Scribner Townhouse at 39 East 67th Street for $16 million, 320 Central Park West Penthouse for $15 million, a new development condominium at 10 Madison Square West for $14.5 million, 17 East 89th Street Penthouse for $11 million, a 14-room apartment at River House for $10.495 million, a classic Carnegie Hill Townhouse at 52 East 91st Street for $9.45 million, and a duplex at 925 Park Avenue for $8.3 million representing both the buyer and seller.