Gerringer leaving Elliman for Marketing Directors

New York /
Apr.April 21, 2010 04:25 PM

Andrew Gerringer, the erstwhile head of Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Development Marketing Group, has announced that he will move to new development sales firm the Marketing Directors.

The move marks a homecoming for Gerringer, who got his start in real estate at the Marketing Directors when he worked there as regional director of sales in the 1980s.

“We’re delighted to welcome Andrew back,” Marketing Directors founder and CEO Adrienne Albert said in a statement released to The Real Deal. “Following his tenure with us… Andrew went on to become one of the top producers and most accomplished professionals in the industry. His resume speaks for itself, and we’re thrilled to have him back on our team.”

Gerringer resigned from his position at Elliman Monday, as first reported by The Real Deal.

“I’ve always had a special place in my heart for the Marketing Directors,” Gerringer said in a prepared statement released to The Real Deal. “I learned the business from Adrienne Albert.”

He added: “I’m delighted to be going back where it all started for me. There is an amazing group of talented, creative and hungry professionals at the Marketing Directors, many of whom have been there from the beginning, which says a lot about the company and about Adrienne.”

The company remained mum about when Gerringer will start or what his title will be, but said he will be focusing on new business development.

The Marketing Directors was one of the first companies to specialize in marketing new condos in New York City. It current projects include the Visionaire in Battery Park City and the Platinum in Midtown.


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