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  • hodos

    From left: Richard Hodos and Peter Braus of Lee & Associates

    In a nod to retail’s rising clout in the brokerage world, CBRE’s Richard Hodos has been elevated to vice chairman, making him only the second retail broker in the firm’s 100-year history to achieve the coveted rank.

    Hodos took home the Real Estate Board of New York’s  “Ingenious Retail Deal of the Year Award” for 2013 for creating a “marriage made in heaven” between Ralph Lauren and Coca Cola at the soft drink giant’s 711 Fifth Avenue. His clients over his 28-year-career include Coach, Microsoft, Tory Burch, Apple and Michael Kors.   [more]

  • 261 Madison Avenue (credit: PropertyShark)

    Coca-Cola signed a lease on two floors at a Midtown office building owned by real estate investor Tamir Sapir, several industry sources told The Real Deal. The beverage manufacturer leased space at 261 Madison Avenue, according to the sources. Information from real estate data firm CoStar Group shows that an unidentified tenant signed a new lease last week for 43,874 square feet inside the 412,000-square-foot Madison Avenue building, located at the corner of 39th Street.

    The rent was estimated at $45 per square foot, CoStar information shows. [more]

  • Coca Cola exec buys co-op on UES

    December 30, 2010 02:07PM

    Coca Cola executive Charles Holleran has purchased a $1.125 million co-op at 1010 Third Avenue on 61st Street on the Upper East Side. Holleran and his wife, Kathryn, a managing director at AIG, have purchased the unlisted spread from Jonathan Popper, of Morgan Stanley, and his wife, Karla Popper, a venture capitalist. [NYO]