Patricia Delinois, CEO Century 21 Premier Elite Realty talks Art Basel and her philanthropic work 

Patricia Delinois, CEO Century 21 Premier Elite Realty talks Art Basel and her philanthropic work 

TOP MIAMI REALTOR DELINOIS BEGAN HER CAREER IN REAL ESTATE AT THE AGE OF 19. PATRICIA WAS BORN IN CANADA, LIVED IN NEW YORK AND CENTRAL AMERICA, THEN MOVED TO MIAMI. SHE CONVERSES EASILY IN ENGLISH, SPANISH AND FRENCH. SHE FOUNDED HER OWN COMPANY IN 1997. SINCE THEN, SHE HAS WORKED WITH HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS, INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL CELEBRITIES, BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, PROFESSIONAL, YOUNG SINGLES, COUPLES, AND FAMILIES. HER PRIMARY GOAL FOR THE EXPANDING COMPANY IS TO NEVER LOSE SIGHT OF ITS CUSTOMERS’ NEEDS. HERE SHE ALSO TALKS ABOUT THE ARTS IN MIAMI AND HER PHILANTHROPIC WORK.

DELINOIS NOW BELONGS TO THE COMMITTEE FOR THE PREMIERE OF ANNUAL

DELINOIS NOW BELONGS TO THE COMMITTEE FOR THE PREMIERE OF ANNUAL CONTEMPORARY ART EVENT “ART HAWAII”, THE NEW GLOBAL ART FAIR THAT WILL MAKE NEWS IN THE ART WORLD.

Q: What non-profit are you must committed to? 

I grew up always been involved in my community and charities. I have worked hard for so many years on numerous charities and boards. I’m on the board for the Jerome Golden Center, and today I am working on ideas for our famous upcoming Beach Bash.

Q: Why do you think Miami has such a philanthropic approach, with galas, and fundraisers? 

Miami is home to some of the most influential and powerful people in the world. I have seen philanthropy in Miami grow at a very rapid pace creating an even broader charitable base. As Miami is transforming into a global city our charities have also become stronger and philanthropy has become part of our lifestyle. I am constantly looking for new ways to use my resources and network to help make Miami a better place to live.

Q: What non-profit are you must committed to? 

I grew up always been involved in my community and charities. I have worked hard for so many years on numerous charities and boards. I’m on the board for the Jerome Golden Center, and today I am working on ideas for our famous upcoming Beach Bash.

Q: How are you involved in the arts? 

I have been painting since I was four years old. Art has always been my love and hobby. I have found interesting ways to bring art into my real estate business. I’m always looking for properties I can fix up, use my creativity and then turn that property into a beautiful home or building. In my real estate career, I have seen many properties be transformed into works of art and creative masterpieces.

Q: During Art Basel, what did you enjoy the most? 

One of my favorites was “Theater of Self ” by Daniel Lismore and SCAD takes viewers on a creative expedition into identity, a joint exhibition of fashion and photography. Daniel Lismore, the creative genius who was named “London’s Most Outrageous Dresser” by Vogue for his imaginative and flamboyant wardrobe, really makes you reimagine identity. I know Lismore has an incredible future and I am sure we will be seeing more of his artistic talent on a much larger scale very soon. There are many talented artists coming to Miami during Art Basel, we have been fortunate to be able to participate in the best exhibits. Miami has become a significant leader in the arts.

Q: What are the new trends you see in real estate in Miami? Also regarding the arts? 

As past President for our Realtor association and President of a worldwide real estate franchise I have traveled and compared real estate in numerous cities. You get incredible value for your money in Miami. Miami is a growing city offering fantastic real estate opportunities. Miami is quickly transforming into in art world city. We have attracted artists, star architects, galleries and art lovers from all over the world. Developers have caught on to the art frenzy and are now including art in the lifestyle and culture of their developments. Developers have made the new Art Room as a must have amenity. Art studios are being used as social hang outs for creative play and entertainment. Our Magic City has become the place to be for art, culture, entertainment industry, great weather, real estate investment, lifestyle, stunning beaches, restaurants and so much more. Neighborhoods such as Wynwood have become a new way for everyone to enjoy art in their everyday life.

 

THE ART & PHILANTHROPY ISSUE, January- February 2017
www.Artbodegamagazine.com
Page 22-23

Be Sociable, Share!