Anthony Kling, Licensed Real Estate Broker
My name is Anthony E. Kling. I am a licensed Real Estate Broker and I’ve been serving
the real estate needs of existing and future Staten Island residents for the past 37 years.
My experiences include conservative qualification, appraisal and sale of residential properties,
designing and building of custom homes and roof raisings and land development.
I am the proud recipient of Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Design Awards.
My expertise will help you as a seller, achieve the highest and best value for your property;
and as a buyer, help you evaluate the potential of any property that strikes your interest.

Catherine Volpe, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Catherine Volpe has been a household name in Staten island real estate since 1991.
Her tenacity, client service skills and marketplace knowledge,
have made her an effective and highly sought after realtor at Kling Real Estate
for over twenty years. No deal is too tough and no market is too soft –
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Her track record and personality speak for themselves – most of her
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Diane F. Gruberger, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
With the strength, knowledge and expertise of Domenica and Melvin E. Kling, I have enjoyed a rewarding relationship with Kling Real Estate, Ltd. as a NYS Licensed Real Estate Salesperson since 1998. I am a member of the Staten Island Board of Realtors, Inc., Staten Island Multiple Listing Service, Inc., New York State Association of Realtors, Inc., New York State Realtor Institute-GRI Chapter, and Seniors Real Estate Specialist Council.

 

Rosemarie Antoniello Sarcona, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
With a deep commitment to serving Staten Island, Rosemarie joined Kling Real Estate, Ltd. as a NYS Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in 2010 under the guidance and expertise of Domenica and Melvin E. Kling. Having graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, magna cum laude, her strong work ethic and keen business acumen are evident. Rosemarie is as member of the Staten Island Board of Realtors, the National Association of  Realtors, and New York State Association of Realtors, Inc. She is also a Staten Island Multiple Listing Service participant.  Rosemarie is very proud to now work for this prominent and legendary Staten Island firm.   

 

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Melvin Kling Blew a Kiss

The Teen Fitness Center at the South Shore YMCA is named in his honor.

Hilton Flores/Staten Island AdvanceGregory Coil, Senior Executive Director of the Staten Island YMCA (left) with Melvin E. Kling, Sr. (right) who blows a kiss to the crowd after giving his speech. The Teen Fitness Center at the South Shore YMCA is named in his honor.

Staten Island native Melvin Kling Sr. didn’t have an easy childhood.

Which is why Kling — a successful Realtor and Island legend — is so committed to bettering the lives of young people everywhere.

Last night, that commitment came full circle with the naming of the Staten Island YMCA South Shore Melvin E. Kling Sr. Teen Fitness Center in Eltingville.

Kling, in his acceptance speech, heaped praise on countless people who he said helped bring a new YMCA to the South Shore — notably, Norma D’Arrigo, who heads countless YMCA fundraisers. But the Hon. John Fusco, Kling’s best friend, said what a lot of people in the audience of more than 200 knew — “It was Mel who did it,” Fusco said. “He worked day and night to get it done.”

Kling, who grew up working on farms here and turns 80 soon, gave an impassioned acceptance speech and had tears in his eyes as he expressed his love for the YMCA. “I was poor as a kid,” he said. “I was always on the outside looking in. I never want to see a kid on the outside looking in on Staten Island. The Y does that: They bring kids in.”

Hilton Flores/Staten Island Advance The Y After School Dancers from PS 54 perform at the YMCA South Shore Branch at the naming of the Melvin E. Kling, Sr. Teen Fitness Center.

This was reinforced when two women — both of whom lost their husbands at early ages — told of how the Y came to their rescue with free programs and after-school care.

Robert Scamardella, immediate past chair of the YMCA Board of Managers, spoke of “the legend of Mel Kling,” whose dedication to the YMCA has spanned more than 25 years.

“You know, hard work spotlights the character of people. Some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses and some don’t turn up at all. Mel Kling, in everything he does, turns up his sleeves,” Scamardella said.

Kling said the YMCA center would build for everyone a stronger future by building the minds, bodies and spirits of our youth.

“Our teens represent the future of America,” said Kling. “It is our responsibility as a community to provide them with the tools they need to succeed. They need a place to meet and share and grow. The YMCA teen center combined with our specialized teen programs is that place.”

The evening also served as the kickoff of the 2010 Strong Kids Campaign.

Strong Kids is designed to raise the money necessary for youth programs and scholarships at the Staten Island YMCA so that no one is turned away due to an inability to pay.

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