Corcoran doubles Park Slope office space

New York /
Mar.March 11, 2011 12:18 PM
From left: Corcoran Director of Sales Tresa Hall, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Brooklyn Sales Director Frank Percesepe
 

[Update 1:08 p.m.] The Corcoran Group has doubled the size of its Park Slope office, the firm announced today, after inking a deal for an additional full-floor space at 125 Seventh Avenue, where it has been operating out of the first floor over the past decade. The office, which currently houses more than 60 Corcoran agents, is now 3,800 square feet. The firm celebrated the location’s expansion this week at the ribbon-cutting ceremony that included Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. Frank Percesepe, a Corcoran regional senior vice president serving Brooklyn, said that the expansion was in “response to the ever-rising demand” in the area. Percesepe told The Real Deal that the company also “wanted to make room to hire additional agents as we forsee that the area will continue to see… strong demand.” TRD


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