Sarah Lushan is the newest addition to the Goodrich Residential family. We sat down with Sarah and asked her some questions about her career, life in general, and personal interests.
1.What brought you to Boston?
“I am from Newton, and I wanted to get out of the suburbs and experience the city life. Boston seemed like the perfect fit.”
2. What is your favorite thing about the city?
“Boston is big, but doesn’t engulf you like New York City. It is easy to find your way around, yet there is still so much to do. That is my favorite aspect; it is the perfect size.”
3. Where is your favorite place to go on a Friday night?
“Lolita! Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar is a Mexican restaurant and bar, and it is just the coolest place. It’s really dark, has red chandeliers and brick walls, and the waiters bring you cotton candy and dry ice with tequila. It’s hard to get into, but it is a really fun environment.”
4. Why did you decide to go into Real Estate?
“There are a lot of reasons! I originally interned at a Real Estate company and realized I like the career a lot; I love socializing with people, so real estate seems like a good fit for me. I also think it is the best way to learn your city and meet people.”
5. What drew you to Goodrich Residential, specifically?
“I like Goodrich Residential because it is a company of young professionals. Everyone is around my age, so it is nice to be around people who are not wound too tight, but still take their jobs seriously. Goodrich Residential also has a great location and reputation, so it has a lot to offer.”
6. What is the weirdest thing you have seen while being in Boston?
“One night while I was out in Boston with friends, we saw this girl wearing a birthday crown across the street from us. As she walked down the street, the back of her dress split from the waist-down, and everyone could clearly see her thong. So, I would say that is probably the weirdest thing I have seen so far.”
7. If you could be any type of food in the world, what would you be and why?
“I would probably be a prune. No one would eat me if I were a prune.”