Recognized as the #1 broker at Douglas Elliman in 2023 and #1 in four out of the last five years, Roger Erickson has over 30 years’ experience and has sold billions of dollars of apartments and townhouses in the luxury Manhattan real estate market. He is consistently recognized as one of the Top Agents in America by Sales Volume.
Roger creates stellar opportunities for his clients and is known for his ability to successfully work with both celebrities and business leaders, domestic and foreign buyers and sellers, and has participated in countless record-setting transactions in both the uptown and downtown neighborhoods. He has sold fabled penthouses on Fifth Avenue and Central Park West, as well as many of the city’s mansions and largest residences. Roger recently sold one of Park Avenue’s most expensive prewar apartments and is also active in new condominium developments having put one of the first apartments into contract in 220 Central Park South. Literally working all segments of the market from river to river, uptown and downtown, Roger knows the Manhattan market inside and out.
As one of Manhattan’s top brokers, Roger is regularly featured in the press and on television. He has appeared on the CBS News television show “Living Large” and NBC’s “Open House NYC.” He was also interviewed by CNN’s radio show, “Money.” He has appeared on the cover of the Real Deal and the New York Observer, and has been written up in the New York Times and Architectural Digest. He was featured in the Top 20 Brokers in New York Magazine's cover story, Real Estate's New Power Brokers. Previously, Roger was featured in another cover story by the same publication, The Most Powerful Real Estate Brokers in New York.
With his association with Douglas Elliman Real Estate and its alliance with Knight Frank, Roger combines his exceptional talent with the world's leading residential brokerage firms and able to assist buyers and sellers worldwide.
Prior to becoming a broker, Roger worked at CBS for 10 years in both the television and music divisions. He is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He is on the Board of Directors of the Lavelle School for the Blind and an active supporter of f.a.c.e.s., a charitable organization whose mission is to find a cure for epilepsy and seizures. Roger is a member and guest speaker for the Real Estate Board of New York. He is also a member of the University Club. He is married, lives on the Westside of Manhattan, and has a son and twin daughters.