Leslie Wilson leaves Related

Top salesperson's exit comes several months into firm's partnership with CORE

New York /
Jul.July 02, 2015 03:40 PM

UPDATED: July 2, 8:12 p.m.: Leslie Wilson, one of Related Cos.’ top salespeople, resigned this week, several months into the mega-developer’s partnership with boutique brokerage CORE, The Real Deal has learned.

Wilson joined Related in 2006 after nearly 20 years in finance and became one of the developers’ top producers. During her 10 years at Related, she sold condos at the developer’s 57-unit Super Ink condominium in the West Village as well as its 53-unit condo project at One Madison. To date, Wilson has overseen more than $2 billion in luxury condo sales, according to her bio.

Wilson joined CORE in 2014, after Related acquired a 50 percent stake in the boutique brokerage.

CORE directed inquiries about her departure to Related. The developer did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Wilson’s move follows the recent departure, from CORE, of Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon, who decamped to Douglas Elliman in May.

Overall, however, CORE has been adding agents and snagging more exclusive listings in recent months. CORE had $277.5 million worth of sales exclusives as of March 29, up from $156.9 million a year earlier, according to TRD’s annual brokerage ranking. CORE ranked No. 8 on TRD’s ranking by closed sales, with $434.6 million in done deals for the 12 months ending March 31.

In January, CORE tapped Tim Crowley as its director of new development, responsible for overseeing roughly $10 billion in new development. Previously, Crowley oversaw new development and brokerage services at Flank.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Related's Jamar Adams and Steve Ross with 14-06 Gateway Boulevard (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)
Related is the latest developer to target the Rockaways
Related is the latest developer to target the Rockaways
Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Inset: CHIP's Jay Martin, REBNY's James Whelan and GFP Real Estate's Jeff Gural (Getty)
Real estate industry forced to take sides on Cuomo
Real estate industry forced to take sides on Cuomo
Related chairman Stephen Ross (Getty, iStock)
Related the latest company to mandate vaccines for employees
Related the latest company to mandate vaccines for employees
The attraction is now closed and the developer is conducting an investigation. (Getty)
Hudson Yards Vessel closed again after fourth death
Hudson Yards Vessel closed again after fourth death
The tenants who won the affordable housing lottery at 15 Hudson Yards say the units are in an “entirely separate part of the building and with a different address.” (Hudson Yards, District Court of New York)
Lawsuit claims 15 Hudson Yards discriminates with “poor doors”
Lawsuit claims 15 Hudson Yards discriminates with “poor doors”
Related Companies executive vice president Bryan Cho and CareMax founder Carlos de Solo (Getty, CareMax)
Related Companies, CareMax to open 75 senior health centers
Related Companies, CareMax to open 75 senior health centers
Related CEO Jeff Blau, 568 Broadway and Equinox CEO Harvey Spevak  (Getty, Google Maps)
Equinox owes $3.3M in skipped rent on Soho gym, landlord says
Equinox owes $3.3M in skipped rent on Soho gym, landlord says
Related Companies chairman Stephen Ross and Harris Blitzer Sports CEO Scott O'Neil with Central Park’s Wollman Rink (Getty)
City replaces Trump as Central Park rink operator — with Trump pals
City replaces Trump as Central Park rink operator — with Trump pals
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...