Alexandra Curtin

Senior Associate

Professional Experience

Ms. Curtin is an Associate at B6 Real Estate Advisors where she works alongside Director, Brian Whelan, focusing on investment sales in the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods.

Prior to joining B6, Ms. Curtin worked at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), a Department of Homeland Security research center, where she worked with the Unconventional Weapons and Technology team on their Aviation Insider Threat Project.

Just before joining B6 in July 2019, Ms. Curtin graduated from the College of the Holy Cross where she majored in International Studies and minored in both French and Studio Art. At Holy Cross, Ms. Curtin was a member of the Women’s Track and Field team, serving as captain her senior year. As a member of the Track & Field team, she set multiple records and was selected as the winner of Holy Cross’s 2019 John A. Meegan Athletic Achievement Award. In addition to making the Dean’s List/Patriot League Honor Roll while competing at the NCAA Division I level, Ms. Curtin was also an active member of the Real Estate Club.

Born and raised in Winchester, Massachusetts, Ms. Curtin became interested in real estate at a young age from shadowing her grandmother who enjoyed a long career as a realtor in the Greater Boston Area. In her free time, Ms. Curtin enjoys running, painting, and spending time with her family and friends.

Team Members

Brian Whelan

In The News

2021 Women in CRE: Alexandra Curtin, B6 Real Estate Advisors

Commercial Observer
November 3, 2021
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Top Young Professionals Class of 2021

Commercial Observer
November 1, 2021

Congratulations to Alix Curtin and Mitchel Flaherty on being recognized as 2021 young professionals by Commercial Observer.

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

The New York Times
January 19, 2021

26-34 Sherman Avenue: Built in 1928, this 10,000 SF building in the Fort George neighborhood has been owned by the same family since 1976. The single-story building was last used as a medical facility by New York State.

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