Maggie Gold Seelig

Maggie Gold Seelig, a mother, lawyer, and philanthropist, knows a thing or two about high end luxury living in Boston. With her broad knowledge and expertise, she puts it to use for home buyers seeking nothing but the best in Boston. Working in partnership with broker Gail Roberts, a vice-president at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Cambridge, Seelig knows it is important to focus on the needs of the buyers. She can find them a perfect place to call home in Cambridge and Back Bay luxury residences. But it is not all about business for Seelig. She has worked with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Children’s Hospital Boston, and Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston. Having lived in Back Bay for 12 years, and currently residing in Cambridge, she spends time with her husband and three children

Where were you born ?
New York City, NY
How long in Boston:
12.5 years
Real Estate-Buyer's Representative
Favorite Restaurant:
JP Seafood (Order the Ok Dol Bi Bim Bop-MAJOR)
Best Sushi:
Fugakyu Japanese Cuisine or Douzo Modern Japanese Restaurant & Lounge...Oishii Boston for a night out.
Best Ethnic Food:
The Border Cafe...seriously.
Best Italian:
Sorellina Restaurant
Best dessert:
Berryline Frozen Yogurt
Best place for a romantic date:
Wherever my amazing husband takes me...
Best Sunday brunch:
I don't do brunch.
Hautest Club/Lounge:
New "Townhouse" at MetBackBay
Best place for a power business meeting:
The Bristol Lounge (again, order fries and be sure to get a bread basket!)
All-around favorite spot in Boston:
A Boston Red Sox game. I don't like sports all that much, but the energy in that park is like no other.
If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend?
The Charles Hotel
Favorite shopping venue/boutique:
Saks Fifth Avenue (see Anita in personal shopping.)
Best place to buy Jewelry/Watches:
Adamas or Arlene and Roberta
Best Spa:
Canyon Ranch at any location.
Favorite Charity Event:
JCC Lights & Spice Gala
Favorite Cultural Event:
The musicals that my sons are in each year.
Favorite Cultural Institution:
The ART in Cambridge.
Best Aspect of Boston:
The architecture and the people.
Best Steakhouse:
Capital Grille
Best Pizza:
Pinocchio's. A Harvard Square institution.
Best Lunch:
The Bristol Lounge (the best bread basket and fries in town!)
Best Gym/Athletic Facility:
My home. P90x, try will change your body in 90 days.
Best Massage:
Suzanne Riccio at Canyon Ranch
Best Limousine/Driving Service:
I always drive myself!
Best Museum/Exhibit:
ICA Boston. You got to go there.
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore:
There are so many in the Boston area. Cambridge Commons has some pretty amazing Revolutionary War history going on.
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