Corcoran names Robby Browne salesperson of year at annual awards ceremony

TRD New York /
Feb.February 05, 2010 11:48 AM
From left, Corcoran’s Pamela Liebman and EVP of Sales Tresa Hall gave out the annual company awards to Robby Browne, Leighton Candler, Dennis Hughes, among others

The Corcoran Group held its annual Manhattan and Brooklyn awards ceremony Tuesday, with Robby Browne, a senior vice president and associate broker, taking top honors as Salesperson of the Year. The event was held at the Nokia Theater in Times Square with guest speakers Real Estate Board of New York Chairwoman Mary Ann Tighe and New York City restaurateur Danny Meyer. Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman and Executive Vice President of Sales Tresa Hall presented the awards. In addition to Browne, winners included Carrie Chiang, who was named East Side Salesperson of the Year, Sherry Matays, who was recognized as West Side Salesperson of the Year, Fabienne Lecole as Carnegie Hill Salesperson of the Year, and Julie Pham as Chelsea Salesperson of the Year. Lisa Fitzig was named Manhattan Rookie of the Year and Dennis Hughes was rental agent of the year for Manhattan. Leighton Candler received the Deal of the Year award, though as of press time the company remained mum on the deal in question. This week, Corcoran also released its 2009 annual list of the top performing agents on the East End. TRD

Photos from the ceremony, from left, Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman and restaurateur Danny Meyer; Corcoran’s Chris Kann, CEO Pamela Liebman, Robbie Brown, EVP of Dales Tresa Hall, Greg Sullivan; Corcoran CEO Pamela Leibman, REBNY Chair Mary Ann Tighe

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