Jarrod Guy Randolph joins Town Residential

Broker left CORE in June to start his own firm

TRD New York /
Sep.September 12, 2014 04:15 PM

Less than four months after leaving CORE to start his own shop, Jarrod Guy Randolph is putting it to bed to join Town Residential, The Real Deal has learned.

“The infrastructure of Town and my plans for strategic growth mesh,” Randolph told TRD. He will be bringing his team of eight along with him, as well as $42 million of exclusive or co-exclusive listings, and will be working out of Town’s Flatiron District office.

“He speaks the luxury language fluently,” said Town’s president and COO Jeff Appel, adding that Randolph’s “collaborative nature, unabashed energy and charming demeanor are a perfect fit for Town’s culture of quality and care.” Joseph Sitt, co-founder and CEO of Town, said in a statement that Randolph was “a star in New York’s hyper-competitive luxury real estate market.”

“He brings with him an innovative approach and a proven track record that will benefit our entire team of talented representatives,” Sitt added.

Randolph estimates he has sold over $600 million in real estate over his career, which includes stints at Brown Harris Stevens and new development firm the Sunshine Group, now Corcoran Sunshine. The Real Deal recently named him one of its 35-and-under rising stars of real estate, and he was also one of Forbes’ “30 under 30” in the real estate space.

Randolph didn’t elaborate as to why he decided to shutter his fledgling firm, except to say that joining Town was an opportunity that “made sense.” He’s bringing over an exclusive $21 million Trump World Tower condo listing at 845 United Nations Plaza and an $18 million co-op at 4 Sutton Place, which is a co-exclusive with Brown Harris Stevens.

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