Most real estate brokers don’t show up at cocktail parties with a publicist in tow. But then again, probably only one has been quoted in the press some 75 times since the beginning of the year. The New York Times calls Faith Hope Consolo the “highest-profile practitioner of the art of matching stores and storefronts.” The New York Post said she’s the “queen of retail.”
A number of her mostly male competitors use other words to describe Prudential Douglas Elliman’s media-savvy chairwoman of retail real estate; none of those words are printable here. Read the full story from the August 2008 issue here.