MIAMI, Oct. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ten years is something to raise a glass to. On October 14th, Yuliya (Julie) Sidorevskaya, broker/owner of Julie's Realty, will do just that in a gala celebration marking the ten year anniversary of Julie's Realty. To celebrate the landmark occasion, Sidorevskaya has spared no expense and left no detail unattended to, crafting a blue-carpet event replete with live music, gourmet cuisine, libations, and a silent auction.
It's no secret that the Miami real estate market can be highly competitive. It's exactly that type of business ethic that Sidorevskaya combats with her unique, relational approach to real estate. In the business since 2001, Sidorevskaya quickly adopted an approach that endeared her to colleagues and clients alike. Among her employees, Sidorevskaya counts her mother, sister, cousin, and childhood best friend. Broker-associate Bunny Hart speaks to Sidorevskaya's empathetic approach, "She speaks three languages, but she hears in ten." She continues, "When there is an issue and I need to call Julie, she calls me back. She has eighty-five realtors, yet she's always there for you." Sidorevskaya shares, "I want to have that personal relationship with each one of my realtors. We treat our agents as part of our family."
Tailored to Miami's real estate elite, the invitation-only celebration is sponsored by Nu World Title, Home Bridge Financial Services Inc., The 5th Color Designs, and Exclusive Motoring Worldwide. Produced by Coolam Productions, the celebration will include "Julie's Oscars," awards of excellence given out by Julie's Realty to the real estate community's best-of-the-best. A five course meal will be provided by Shaike's Kosher Catering, including a freshly made seafood paella, rolling cigars and a liquid nitrogen signature cocktail, the "Julitini." Dessert will follow with an intricate cake catered by Divine Delicacies. In deference to the recent devastating hurricanes affecting so many, the event will also feature a silent auction, wherein guests will be able to bid on memorabilia donated by top athletes, as well as original artwork by local artist Anthony Liggins. 100% of auction proceeds will benefit hurricane relief in the islands.
No good birthday celebration can end without a few words from the host. When asked about her next steps, Sidorevskaya sets her eyes on expansion, citing South Miami and Broward as her next markets. Yet looking towards the horizon, she also turns her eyes towards the past. A Russian immigrant, Sidorevskaya first migrated to the area in 1992, directly following Hurricane Andrew. "The first place we came to," she says, "was North Bay Village." Now, Sidorevskaya maintains her home within the same building the Julie's Realty office inhabits. "From my balcony," she says, "I can see the building that we first moved in to. Now, it's all come full circle — I'm back where it all started, and I'm able to give back. It's truly something special."
SOURCE Julie's Realty