Hamersley Team takes top Citi Habitats awards

TRD New York /
Feb.February 07, 2012 11:00 AM

Tracie and Elizabeth Hamersley of the Hamersley Team at residential brokerage Citi Habitats took home top honors at the firm’s annual awards, held last Tuesday night at a penthouse lounge at 230 Fifth Avenue, at 27th Street.

The pair won awards including Top Team of the Year by overall production, Top Rental Team of the year and Top Sales team of the year. Meanwhile, Rado Varchola, a senior vice president at the company’s office at 250 Park Avenue South, was elected Top Individual of the year by overall production and Top Individual of the year in sales. Top Rental Individual went to Deacon Hoy, director of corporate relocation, also on Park Avenue South.

The sales and rental deals of the year were made by Dalia Bella and Gabriella Schaefer, respectively.

Bella closed a deal at the Charles House at 40 East 78th Street and Madison Avenue in March of last year, Citi Habitats said, which closed for $5.9 million.

Schaefer meanwhile, made a rental deal for some clients at 34 Leonard Street in November for $24,000 a month in rent. — Katherine Clarke


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