Stribling, other real estate pros come out for Trump Soho jewelry trunk show

New York /
Sep.September 20, 2011 12:00 PM

As part of Fashion Week, the Trump Soho Hotel Condominium hosted an
exclusive Fashion Week trunk show in a penthouse unit featuring LUCA LUCA’s spring 2012
collection honoring the top women in real estate.

“Trump Soho is
downtown’s most fashionable address and we thought this was great way
to treat these fabulous real estate women to both a day of shopping
and an inside view of the fantastic penthouses,” said John Gomes,
executive vice president at Prudential Douglas Elliman, which is co-exclusively marketing the units with Prodigy Network for hotel-condo sales at the
property.

Guests at the bash, including Elizabeth Stribling, the president of
Stribling & Associates, Barbara Fox, the president of Fox Residential, and Fredrik
Eklund
, managing director of Prudential Douglas Elliman, enjoyed
afternoon tea and petit fours.  Prodigy originally split brokerage duties with Core. The 391-unit Trump Soho launched sales in 2007. Recent listings in contract on Streeteasy.com include a one-bedroom for $2.13 million and two studios for $1.02 million and $1.4 million. There have been 151 sales at the building, according to Streeteasy. — Miranda Neubauer 


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