Before he was a rehab specialist, Dan worked for Con Edison, the utility company for New York City. As a member of their Service Assessment team, he worked to help homeowners convert from heating oil to natural gas and ensure that electric services were adequate and safe.
After working remotely for some time he decided to move back to the capital city, where he had studied at the University at Albany and earned a degree in Urban Studies and Planning.
In 2017, he purchased a vacant Center Square brownstone, and performed a gut rehab over a period of nearly 2 years. He put his own sweat equity into it. “It was very stressful at times but well worth the effort.” His father, a carpenter, was a tremendous help in restoring some of the remaining historical elements of the home.
“I love the Capital District,” Dan says. He also likes how his new job allows him to get out and around Albany. When he’s not working on his brownstone, Dan loves to cook, ride his bike, eat and play golf.
“I’m also a tortured Jets fan,” says Dan, which has led him to become a bigger hockey fan.