Licensed in DC, VA, MD and NY
Antoinette studied business management at George Washington University. She has been a Diamond
member of NVAR Top Producer’s Club for over 10 years and qualified for CoStar Power Broker of the
Year. In 2022, she received the Washingtonian Elite Producers and DC Magazine Outstanding Agent
recognition. She made the cover of the Top 100 people in Real Estate this past January. Antoinette is
currently working on a global real estate Application that will listings from every country in one place.
It will be an essential and inexpensive tool for real estate investors, developers and sellers to get global
exposure to different real estate opportunities. The Application is expected to be launched on the market
in the first quarter of 2023.
In 2021, Metropolitan Realty closed more than 80 multifamily units totaling over $30 million. Her total
sales between 2021 to present have topped $100M to include high end, luxury Residential Real Estate,
Multifamily Buildings, Retail and Commercial Sales and Commercial Leasing. Antoinette has extensive
experience in Commercial and Residential Real Estate. She currently is personally involved in her own
development projects throughout the state of Virginia. She has also assisted in the development and
sales of multiple condo conversions in DC. Most recently, she closed on the Ukrainian House property
on Kalorama Rd in DC which previously was the Ethiopian Embassy. Antoinette worked with both the
owner and the tenant. She is currently working with the Embassy of Maldives.
Metropolitan Realty currently manages close to 100 apartment units, single-family homes, commercial
and industrial properties, and maintains a diverse portfolio that includes partnerships with Michael
&Son, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Cinnabon, NT Autobody, and Paisanos Pizza (Exclusive to the
Washington Commanders football team). It is a unique model that transcends the role of a traditional
broker, encompassing sales, conversions, investments, development, management, government
contracting, and purchases of virtually every property type.
Antoinette is the sole founder of Metropolitan Realty established in 2004. We are a unique boutique for
Real Estate services customized to the needs of our clients. Our team is made up of entrepreneurs from
various backgrounds that contribute to the diversity and flexibility of our services. We are committed to
providing our clients with a personal approach and highest quality of service. Our network is unique and
of added value to our buyers and sellers alike. English, Arabic, Spanish and French are languages spoken
at the Firm.
At Metropolitan Realty, we have a modern approach to new development, residential and commercial
real estate. We have the expertise and tools to achieve our clients’ real estate objectives..
Mobile No.: +17033035000
The eastern half of Washington has a semi-arid climate, while the western side of Washington as well as the coastal areas of the state have a cool oceanic climate. Major factors determining Washington's climate include the large semi-permanent low pressure and high pressure systems of the north Pacific Ocean, the continental air masses of North America, and the Olympic and Cascade mountains. In the spring and summer, a high-pressure anticyclone system dominates the north Pacific Ocean, causing air to spiral out in a clockwise fashion. For Washington, this means prevailing winds from the northwest bring relatively cool air and a predictably dry season. Washington's population was 7,705,281 in the 2020 census, a 14.6 percent increase since the 2010 census. In 2018, the state ranked 13th overall in population, and was the third most populous, after California and Texas, west of the Mississippi River. Washington has the largest Pacific Northwest population, followed by Oregon, then Idaho. The Washington State Office of Financial Management reported the state population at 7,656,200 as of April 1, 2020. As of the 2010 census, the population of Washington was 6,724,540. The Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue Metropolitan Area population was 3,439,809 in the 2010 census, half the state total. Washington has a relatively strong economy, with a total gross state product of $612,996.5 million in 2019, placing it fifth in the nation and growing by 6.5 percent per year—the fastest rate in the United States.The minimum wage as of January 1, 2021, was $13.69 an hour, the second highest of any state or district in the country behind Washington D.C at $14.00 an hour. Significant business within the state include the design and manufacture of aircraft (Boeing), automotive (Paccar), computer software development (Microsoft, Bungie, Amazon, Nintendo of America, Valve, ArenaNet), telecom (T-Mobile US), electronics, biotechnology, aluminum production, lumber and wood products (Weyerhaeuser), mining, beverages (Starbucks, Jones Soda), real estate (John L. Scott, Colliers International, Windermere Real Estate, Kidder Mathews), retail (Nordstrom, Eddie Bauer, Car Toys, Costco, R.E.I.), and tourism (Alaska Airlines, Expedia, Inc.). A Fortune magazine survey of the top 20 Most Admired Companies in the U.S. has four Washington-based companies: Amazon, Starbucks, Microsoft, and Costco. At over 80 percent the state has significant amounts of hydroelectric power generation. Also, significant amounts of trade with Asia pass through the ports of the Puget Sound, leading to a number six ranking of U.S. ports (ranking combines twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) moved and infrastructure index). With the passage of Initiative 1183, the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) ended its monopoly of all-state liquor store and liquor distribution operations on June 1, 2012. As of July 2022, the state's unemployment rate was 3.7 percent.