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Apr.April 01, 2012 07:00 AM


Brown Harris Stevens

Mary Terry joined the firm’s Southampton office, Alfredo Merat was hired in the Sag Harbor office, and Stephanie Louise was added to the Bridgehampton office. Edwin Geus, Roxanne Briggs, Richard Gherardi and Jeanne Hutson joined the East Hampton office.


Jarrod Guy Randolph joined the firm as a vice president. He previously worked at Brown Harris Stevens.

Fox Residential

Karen Duncan joined the firm from Brown Harris Stevens as a senior vice president.

Halstead Property

Jessica Huff joined the firm. She previously worked at Olshan Realty.

Prudential Douglas Elliman

Max Dobens, a nine-year Elliman veteran, was promoted to executive vice president and managing director of the firm’s West Village office.

Stribling & Associates

Benjamin Hayden was promoted to senior vice president of research and planning, after six years with the firm. Benjamin Melting joined the company from Coldwell Banker Residential & Commercial Brokerage in Westchester.

Town & Country Real Estate

Julie Crowley, formerly of Coldwell Banker Prestigious Properties, joined the firm’s Southampton office. The Southold office added Lisa McElroy of Century 21, while Ron Katz joined the Westhampton Beach office. He previously worked at Scala Properties.


Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust

Richard Martin joined the firm as a vice president. He was previously senior vice president and sales manager at DE Capital Mortgage.

Jones Lang LaSalle

Mark Marasciullo, formerly of New Canaan Partners, was hired as a managing director in New York. John Wheeler, a managing director, was tapped to head the firm’s downtown office. Trish Maxson joined the firm from Merck & Co. to serve as chief human resources officer.

Lee & Associates

Henry Goldfarb joined the firm as vice chairman, and Stanley Lindenfeld was hired as executive managing director. Both previously worked at Grubb & Ellis.

Rose Associates

Robert Werner was promoted to managing director. He has worked at the firm since 1999.


Zev Holzman was promoted to corporate managing director from managing director in the firm’s New York office (note: correction appended). Daniel Horowitz, a 22-year employee, was promoted to executive vice president, and 18-year Studley veteran Greg Taubin was named executive managing director of the New York office.

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