Barbara Corcoran spruces up her old offices on the sly

Even though she sold her company in 2001

Barbara Corcoran
Barbara Corcoran

Barbara Corcoran, of real estate and “Shark Tank” fame, still likes to spruce up around the Corcoran Group offices and keep things looking cheery — even though she sold the company in 2001.

In an interview with LinkedIn executive editor Daniel Roth, Corcoran explained that she was annoyed at seeing some sad-looking flowers around Corcoran’s headquarters, according to the New York Post.

“I walked past our Madison and 89th [Street] office only two days ago . . . I was annoyed that there were no fresh mums in those planters I had picked out,” she said. “And so what did I do? I had them delivered anonymously the next day.”

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She admitted the move was a “little nutsy.” But “you’re always their mother,” figured Corcoran, who founded her firm in the 1970s and later sold it to NRT Inc.[NYP] Christopher Cameron