Gioia DiPaolo rejoins Elliman in Sag Harbor after stint at Sotheby’s

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Jan.January 29, 2019 02:53 PM

A spokeswoman for Douglas Elliman confirmed this week that Gioia DiPaolo has once again returned to the firm, a day after the broker posted the real estate company’s logo on her Instagram account with the caption “C H A N G E.” The Philadelphia native began her career at Elliman when its CEO Dottie Herman set up a small office in Sag Harbor, DiPaolo once told 27east.com. She then joined the Corcoran Group in Sag Harbor until she returned to Elliman for nine years starting in October 2008, according to her LinkedIn profile. During her previous tenure at Elliman, DiPaolo oversaw 20 agents and distinguished her tenure by selling unique properties. She brokered the sales of both the Castello di Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue on the North Fork and the Saks Fifth Avenue building in Southampton, according to Behind the Hedges. In August 2017, DiPaolo jumped to Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sag Harbor office. [Instagram]


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