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Corcoran Group

660 Madison Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10173
(212) 355-3550
Website
info@corcoran.com
Corcoran Group

Corcoran Group is a residential real estate brokerage firm in New York, and a subsidiary of NRT. Barbara Corcoran started the company in 1973 with a $1,000 loan from her then boyfriend. Soon after, the company began publishing the Corcoran Report, a regular write-up of New York real estate market trends. Corcoran expanded to three New York offices in the 1980s, on Upper East Side, Downtown and the Upper West Side, and in 1991 the firm sold 100 apartments in a single day. In 2001, Barbara Corcoran sold her namesake firm to NRT, a larger rival, for $66 million. NRT is itself a subsidiary, of Realogy. In 2005, Corcoran acquired the Sunshine Group, which specializes in marketing new residential developments.


09/16/16
You too can have a Jackie O style summer, but it’ll cost you a cool $54 million. Tags: Celebrity Homes, East Hampton ...

09/15/16
...credit: Max Dworkin) In a business where information is currency, Corcoran Group’s Pam Liebman is one of the richest around. So...

09/13/16
Gad Elmaleh, a comedian dubbed the “Jerry Seinfeld of France,” paid $7 million for an apartment, though it’s unclear whether the French version of Kramer...

09/12/16
...loves to hate.  “In my 20 years in this business,” the Corcoran Group’s Pam Liebman told New York Magazine in 2005, “I have...

09/12/16
...To mark the launch, The Real Deal sat down with Corcoran Group CEO Pam Liebman to talk about the project, the shifting...

09/08/16
A turn-of-the-century townhouse in Brooklyn Heights sold last month for $8 million, making it August’s most expensive single-family home sold in Brooklyn. ...

09/07/16
A restored Brooklyn Heights townhouse was the priciest single-family listing in Brooklyn on the market last month, with a price tag of $14.15 million, more...

09/07/16
One57, the alpha dog of the last residential boom, now has its tail firmly between its legs. “Escape from New York,” an LLC that purchased...

09/01/16
On the heels of a $75 million cash infusion that values Compass at north of $1 billion, it’s getting harder for the startup brokerage to...

08/20/16
...ping!'” said Daniela Sassoun, a vice president of the Corcoran Group, of Skype’s trademark alert that lets you know when...

08/19/16
...left: 15 Central Park West, 25 Central Park West and Robby Browne Corcoran Group agent Robby Browne has brokered hundreds of sales during his...

08/10/16
UPDATED: Aug. 10, 4:55 p.m.: It’s gone from bad to worse for Neil Binder. After being evicted from its last remaining Manhattan office in June, impecunious Bellmarc...

08/04/16
...quarter, Realogy Holdings — the New Jersey-based conglomerate that owns the Corcoran Group, Sotheby’s International Realty, Citi Habitats and other brokerages —cited...

08/04/16
A two-story Gravesend home sold last month for $11.4 million, making it July’s most expensive single-family home sold in Brooklyn. ...

08/04/16
When CIM Group and Macklowe Properties wanted to add muscle to the sales effort at 432 Park Avenue, the developers brought in Douglas Elliman. Alchemy...

08/03/16
...Nest Seekers International's top agents, is flying off to the Corcoran Group’s Chelsea office. The Paris native, who joined Nest Seekers...

08/03/16
Roughly two years after Jared Kushner’s Kushner Companies snapped up a $36.5 million multifamily portfolio from the Brooklyn Law School, the developer has put one of the...

08/01/16
As it pushes into new territory outside Manhattan, CORE has tapped longtime agent and manager Michael Guerra to lead the firm’s expansion into Brooklyn. Tags:...

08/01/16
Editor’s note: This article was first published on Jan. 5, 2016. TRD Special Report: When the heiress Bunny Mellon died in 2014 at age 103, Sotheby’s...

07/29/16
...Corcoran Group broker Deborah Rieders was ahead of the curve when she...

07/29/16
(Editor’s Note: This story first ran on March 24, 2016.) TRD Special Report: On December 10, 2013, regulators summoned the nation’s biggest title insurance firms...

07/22/16
The Upper East Side mansion once owned by Gianni Versace hit the market in April asking $120,000-a-month — a price as over-the-top as the late...

07/21/16
After nearly three years of record-setting sales, the market is settling down in the Hamptons. Tags: Douglas Elliman, Hamptons, long island ...

07/21/16
...were represented by Sotheby’s International Realty and now by Corcoran Group. Bill Rudin is also an investor, but Rudin Management’s...

07/20/16
...Lewis Charlie Lewis, Warburg's No. 2 agent, has jumped to the Corcoran Group after nearly nine years at the company. The move is...
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65 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 210-4000
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241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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65 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 210-4000
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241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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125 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 499-3700
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1 Pierrepont Plaza, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 852-9050
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Corcoran Group, Associate Broker
125 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 499-3700
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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65 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 210-4000
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
1 Pierrepont Plaza, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 852-9050
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
65 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 210-4000
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
125 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 499-3700
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
125 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 499-3700
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Corcoran Group, Associate Broker
241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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Corcoran Group, Real Estate Salesperson
1 Pierrepont Plaza, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 852-9050
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124 Montague Street, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 852-9050
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241 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 422-2500
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125 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, (718) 499-3700
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02/29/16
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01/05/16
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12/31/15
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Winning exclusive sales agreements for stratospherically priced apartments is a blood sport in New York. But while it may not get the same level of...

It’s increasingly difficult to say anything about the Brooklyn real estate market without getting very trite, very fast. Industry players still use terms like ...

09/17/15
From the September issue: The supply of luxury condos priced at $10 million or higher shot up more than 16 percent in August from last...

09/09/15
“No player is bigger than the club,” the soccer adage goes, but what about in brokerage? Consider Ryan Serhant. The “Million Dollar Listing New York”...

It’s not news in this industry that the tiny Jersey Shore hamlet of Deal is a magnet for Syrian Jewish real estate moguls. But just...

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Big-ticket properties bolstered the brokerages that led this year’s annual ranking of boutique Manhattan firms, thanks to a booming luxury market. ...

Listings go up and listings go down. But done deals don’t lie. This year, The Real Deal’s annual brokerage ranking includes a list of New...

More nimble than industry heavyweights, but packing more punch than many smaller firms, the mid-sized brokerages on this year’s ranking acted as change agents in...

Last year’s residential market got most of its buzz from developers racing to build luxury condos, but it was eye-popping co-op sales that shattered records...

The wave of new developments hitting the market is changing more than just the skyline. It’s also shifting the fortunes of the firms that specialize...

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