Town to open Soho, Gramercy locations

TRD New York /
Nov.November 20, 2012 02:30 PM

Town Residential will open their seventh and eighth Manhattan offices in Soho and Gramercy Park early next year, the brokerage announced today. Town has  remained tight lipped regarding the exact addresses of their new offices.

Town has revealed that their new Soho location will fully occupy a two-story landmark building on a corner in West Soho. Sales and leasing co-directors Ari LeFauve and Lyon Porter will manage the 35-representative location, after the office’s opening in January.

“TOWN SoHo will serve as a community living room for clients, representatives and staff to collaborate and share in the spirit of this vital and vibrant neighborhood,” LeFauve said in a statement.

Town’s new Gramercy Park office  is slated for an early Spring 2013 opening.

“Our decision to kick off Phase Two of our business plan with the openings of TOWN SoHo and TOWN Gramercy Park comes on the heels of a spectacular year for TOWN,” Founder and CEO Andrew Heiberger said in a statement.“We will remain hyperfocused on Manhattan in 2013, which we anticipate will be a banner year for the firm. Our partner, Thor Equities, remains aligned in our quest to become the number-one resale and rental brokerage and new development marketer in New York City.”

Town currently has Manhattan offices located at 730 Fifth Avenue, 239 East 79th Street, 45 Horatio Street, 110 Fifth Avenue, 88 Greenwich Street and 26 Astor Place. —Christopher Cameron


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