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Sep.September 01, 2010 07:00 AM

Residential

AC Lawrence & Co.

Dominic High joined the firm as a salesperson. Cathy Shim and Kianna Choi joined the firm as associate brokers.

The Corcoran Group

Chris Randall was appointed creative director of the firm’s East End division. He will oversee all advertising efforts for Corcoran’s 10 offices across the Hamptons, North Fork and Shelter Island.

Fox Residential Group

Yair Cohen joined the firm as an associate sales agent, focusing on Manhattan.

Gumley Haft Kleier

Stephanie Balint, Curtis Nixon and Jessica Endelson Baum joined the firm. Balint was formerly with Halstead Property; Nixon is from Kurland Realty; and Baum is new to real estate. They will work out of the company’s Midtown Manhattan office.

Platinum Brokerage Group

Joseph Barron has joined the firm as a salesperson and director of recruiting. He previously worked at EK Realty.

The Real Estate Group NY

Caroline Perrello has joined the firm as marketing manager. She previously worked at the Corcoran Group.

Commercial

Cassidy Turley

Peter Hennessy joined the company as president of the New York tri-state region and will serve as a member of the executive committee and the company’s board of directors. He previously worked as international director for Jones Lang LaSalle Americas. Alex Previdi joined the Teaneck, N.J., office as vice president, specializing in industrial sales, leasing and marketing with a concentration in the Northern New Jersey market.

Grubb & Ellis

Michael Rispoli was named executive vice president and will continue to serve in his current position as chief financial officer of Grubb & Ellis Equity Advisors. Matthew Engel, who served as interim chief financial officer, was named executive vice president of finance, and will direct the company’s accounting, finance, tax and SEC reporting functions. Steven Roberts joined the firm as senior managing director of the debt and equity finance group. He was previously with Citigroup.

Iconik Enterprises

Anthony Spiros joined the firm as an associate.

Metropolitan Realty Associates

Matthew Wallerstein joined the firm as vice president. He previously served as vice president at Cambridge Property Group.

Compiled by Yaffi Spodek

 

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