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Amanda Jhones has earned substantial success and recognition in the real estate community. Amanda specializes in the sale and purchase of apartments and townhouses in some of New York's most exclusive neighborhoods. From "The Amanda" Condominium in Harlem, adorned with her name, to Downtown Manhattan and the outer boroughs, no one knows how to navigate the New York market and its key players like Amanda Jhones.

A true testament of Amanda's brilliant record, new and repeat clients consistently turn to Amanda for her comprehensive knowledge and guidance. Whether buying, selling or investing, Amanda lends valuable insight from every angle of the deal; drawing on her decade of experience with celebrity clients to the first time homebuyer.

Over the years, Amanda has been personally selected by numerous real estate developers to guide them from concept to completion of multimillion-dollar projects. Her expertise in the management of multimillion-dollar projects has resulted in sales that well exceeded developers' expectations. Frequently quoted in notable publications such as The New Yorker, Featured in the Brokers Weekly, Daily News, New York Observer, The Real Deal, CNN Money.com, and the New York Post Amanda is the "go to" on the residential real estate market.

Dedicated to the highest level of service, Amanda heads the Jhones Group - a superb group of brokers who share her sense of professionalism. Every transaction is flawlessly handled with skill and attention to detail. Sellers and buyers benefit from her results-driven approach with each clients' unique set of needs top of mind. Local and international investors continuously look to Amanda and her team to optimize their overall investment portfolio. Expressed best by the long list of referrals and happy clients, the Jhones Group is synonymous with unparalleled service and results.

A striking 6'1," Amanda has graced the top catwalks of Paris and Milan as a model for Givenchy, Valentino, Madame Gres, and other distinguished designers. A graduate of The New School University with a BFA in Contemporary Classical and Jazz study, she's also an acclaimed Jazz recorded artist and has shared the stage with such greats as Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Barron, Freddie Hubbard, Jacky Terrasson, Stanley Turrentine and Freddie Cole, Nat King Cole's brother.

As a night-club singer, Pucci Amanda Jhones has seen a great deal of the world - Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore Switzerland, and Paris - but has made New York her home. She loves this city, for its rawness, its energy. "Real estate here is like nowhere else. Nowhere in the world is it the same. It is alive. It pulses and breathes. I love it."

On rainy nights, with her Pomeranian, Miles Davis, curled up at her feet, Amanda will paint vibrant canvasses - arresting works of vibrant abstract art. Like her favorite artists - Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Andy Warhol - she is a visionary, fully aware of her role - and her responsibility - in breaking new ground.


"In a 1991 New York Times interview, photographer Annie Leibovitz described her Upper East Side apartment as “just a book room and a couch room.” Well, yes … but the bookshelves reach up to fourteen-foot ceilings, and the views from that sofa skim the treetops of Central Park. Though the Times didn’t specify the address, she was likely referring to this condo on upper Fifth Avenue, which has gone through two owners since Leibovitz sold it in 1992. The apartment has been heavily modified since—it was joined with apartment 3E next door, and in fact that smaller apartment is for sale separately or with this one—but its basic appeal is unchanged: six windows fronting Fifth Avenue, about a mile of glowing hardwood floors, and a mezzanine from which to survey it all." -- Annie L.

Press Clips & Mentions

Welcome Back, Harlem!

Something's Afoot in Harlem

In Harlem, What's Possible and What's Hype

Real Estate on Her Mind

Have You Heard...

The Name Evokes Dawn for a Reason

Harlem vs. Brooklyn

Fame Slept Here

An Unholy Alliance

Condo Haven for Harlem

Go North, Pay Less

Goodbye, Mr. Chips!

Amanda Jhones: The Lady with the Midas Touch