Sorry, Corcoran: Sotheby’s to snag Louise Sunshine’s son, condo listing

She's selling her Lenox Hill home for nearly $5 million

Feb.February 16, 2017 08:30 AM

Louise Sunshine is selling her Lenox Hill apartment, but her old firm can’t count on getting the listing.

Sunshine’s son, Sam Sunshine, is ditching the Corcoran Group for Sotheby’s and plans to take his mom’s listing with him, the New York Post reported. He will be working with Brenda Powers and Elizabeth Lee Sample.

Louise Sunshine is selling her three-bedroom apartment at the Laurel at 400 East 67th Street for $4.59 million. Corcoran had listed the apartment earlier this year for the same price but recently took it off the market. She purchased the unit in 2009 for $3.2 million.

She served as vice president of the Trump Organization from 1973 to 1985 before founding her own company, the Sunshine Group, in 1986. She was a vocal supporter of her old boss leading up to and after the election. She reportedly started the group Women for Trump in Florida last year.

Her company merged with the Corcoran Group in 2005. She briefly worked for Compass as a consultant last year, before leaving after only a few months. [NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel

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