Noble Black is one of Manhattan's premier agents with more than $1.5 billion in personal sales. He has been consistently ranked as a top broker for over 10 years, and he is currently ranked #1 team at Douglas Elliman as well as 3rd in New York City and 35th in the nation by The Wall Street Journal.
Noble has marketed and sold properties around the city from stunning penthouses at 520 Park, 15 Central Park West, The Plaza, Baccarat Residences and Four Seasons to luxurious homes at 56 Leonard, One Beacon Court, Greenwich Lane, Hudson Yards and many more. He has also worked on many new development projects such as One57, The Baccarat Residences, 111 Murray, The XI, Madison Square Park Tower and Cast Iron House.
He has broken many records throughout his years in real estate. He sold the largest sale of 2018 - a $73 million penthouse at 520 Park Avenue and is acclaimed for selling Manhattan's then most expensive co-op in 2012 - a $54 million penthouse at 785 Fifth Avenue. His clients include leaders in business, entertainment and heads of state.
At ease in a variety of settings, Noble combines classic Southern charm with the drive and focus of a Wall Street attorney. After graduating from University of Virginia School of Law, Noble spent several years at a top law firm and then smoothly transitioned into real estate. Today he is a trusted expert in the business, quoted regularly in media outlets such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and he has made numerous guest appearances on CBS, NBC, CNBC, ABC and Fox Business Network.