Konstantinos, our Outside CFO, also answers to “KP”, or “KP Finance”, and beyond being an indispensable part of our team at BTSQ, also bolsters our native-New Yorker count. Born in Washington Heights in Upper-Manhattan to Greek parents, Konstantinos was immersed in the city, and the world of its small businesses from a young age. And though he now holds a masters degree in economics from City College, in many ways, not much has changed! He still lives in Washington Heights (right by the George Washington Bridge), and remains passionate about small and local business. When not crunching numbers, chances are you’ll find KP reading, working out, learning about the latest in tech, or spending time with his fiancee.
Konstantinos has visited places like Cape Cod, Las Vegas, and Puerto Rico, but remains steadfast in his assertion that New York City is the best place in the world.
More about Konstantinos
Most Recent Trip: Cape Cod, MA
Favorite Trip Experience: Snorkeling in Mykonos, Greece
Next trip: Santa Monica, CA
Dream Destination: Bora Bora (island in French Polynesia)
What you never travel without: IPhone and toothbrush
Top 5 things to do in NYC:
- Walk the High Line
- Eat a burger at “Burger Joint” located in the lobby of Le Parker Meridien Hotel
- Bike the George Washington Bridge to Fort Lee Historic Park (great view of the bridge)
- Go bar hopping in SoHo
- Hang out in the great lawn at Central Park (weather permitted)
Favorite NYC Neighborhood: TriBeCa
Favorite attraction/landmark/building: One World Observatory
Favorite Hidden Gem: Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien Hotel
Favorite food/restaurant: The Robert at Central Park
Best thing to do in NYC on a rainy day: watch a movie at the 84th Street movie theater
Best thing to do in NYC on a snowy day: go sledding in Central Park
Tip for people travelling to NYC for the first time: do not stop in the middle of packed streets. Step to the side of the sidewalk or towards the building.
Do not leave New York without… seeing the National September 11 Memorial and going to the MoMA.
Something people don’t know about NYC: the Hudson River is 315 miles long.