Elliman nabs new Westchester director of sales from Houlihan Lawrence

TRD NEW YORK /
Mar.March 30, 2012 11:00 AM

Prudential Douglas Elliman has hired Westchester residential real estate veteran Amy Kane, the firm announced today in a statement.

Kane will join the company as director of sales in both the New York City and Westchester County regions, although she will work from Elliman’s 90 Hudson Street office and interface with Elliman’s six Westchester offices. She will help “the firm to continue its expansion in the New York suburban marketplace, as well as having a role in the management of sales in Manhattan,” according to the statement.

“I chose to come to Elliman because of their incredible reach across the region, their wide breadth of tools and resources, and the high caliber talent,” Kane said in the statement.

Kane was a senior vice president at Houlihan Lawrence’s Chappaqua office. Houlihan Lawrence was not immediately available for comment.

“I am going out and hand-selecting the best of the best for our company, and I personally sought out Amy for her tremendous talent,” Dottie Herman, CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman, said in the statement. — Guelda Voien


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