Corcoran vet hired as Trump International Realty president

Bill Cunningham served as executive managing director since 2007

TRD New York /
May.May 08, 2014 09:00 AM

Bill Cunningham, executive managing director at the Corcoran Group, has been hired as president of high-end brokerage Trump International Realty, according to the Trump Organization.

The Corcoran vet, who joined there as an agent in 2001, will now oversee all management and operations at the Trump International offices at 108 Central Park South and other outposts in the U.S. He worked closely with Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman and was in charge of about 385 agents. He ran the brokerage’s main East Side office for seven years.

“Trump is the biggest name in real estate and Trump International Realty presents a unique and exciting opportunity to attract the best in the business while creating a platform that caters to the ever changing needs of today’s real estate consumer,” Cunningham said in a statement.

Last month, Kristin Thomas, former sales director at Town Residential, joined Trump International Realty as a senior sales agent, as The Real Deal reported. — Mark Maurer

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