Ratner kicks off Citi awards ceremony

TRD New York /
Feb.February 18, 2010 12:12 PM

Citi Habitats held its 2009 company awards ceremony this week, honoring its top-producing employees, with a keynote address provided by Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner (see additional photos from the ceremony below). Gary Malin, president of Citi Habitats, named Tracie Hamersley and Elizabeth Hamersley, who specializes in the Murray Hill neighborhood, the top sales agents in the company, and honored the Metzger Team, led by Andreas Metzger, as the top rental agent. Dan Marrello and Luciane Serifovic were honored as the top managing directors of the year. Additionally, Danny Davis was picked as the top producing agent company-wide and Todd Lewin was honored as rookie of the year. 
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From left: Alexander Todd (MVP 2009 at 80 DeKalb), developer and event keynote speaker Bruce Ratner, Cliff Finn and Gary Malin
From left: Cliff Finn and developer and event keynote speaker Bruce Ratner
From left: Andreas Metzger (top rental agent 2009) and Gary Malin
From left: Danny Davis (top producing agent 2009) and Gary Malin
From left: Dan Marrello and Luciane Serifovic (top managing directors 2009)
From left: Todd Lewin (rookie of the year 2009) and Gary Malin
From left: Tracie Hamersley and Elizabeth Hamersley (top sales agents 2009)
From left: Gordon Golub (senior managing director) and Sara Rotter (sales manager of the year 2009)

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