Another Corcoran exit as Wendy Sarasohn jumps to BHS
Agent leaving after 26 years at the firm, $800M in sales
Wendy Sarasohn, a top-ranked agent at the Corcoran Group, joined Brown Harris Stevens today, The Real Deal has learned. Sarasohn, who sold $100 million in real estate in 2012, is bringing daughter Jamie Joseph with her to BHS.
Sarasohn, the latest agent to leave Corcoran in a string of defections, joined the firm in 1988, when she was named Corcoran’s Rookie of the Year.
To date, Sarasohn and Joseph have sold more than $800 million in real estate. Sarasohn was named Corcoran’s top Manhattan agent in 2012. Tania Isacoff, who is moving to BHS with the pair, joined their team four years ago.
Among Sarasohn’s recent deals was the $17.25 million sale of a condo at One Beacon Court in September. She’s also handled multiple listings for boldfaced names, including singer-songwriter Bob Gaudio of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, who listed his two-bedroom at the San Remo for $5.95 million this summer. Last year, Sarasohn had a $10.5 million listing for an Upper East Side clapboard house with a backyard tree house. The seller: Cynthia Rivera, the ex-wife of TV personality Geraldo Rivera. Several years ago, Sarasohn was a listing agent for fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld’s co-op at 50 Gramercy Park North.
Sarasohn is joining BHS’ newly-expanded flagship office at 445 Park Avenue.
BHS has been adding agents in recent weeks, even as it lost former top agent Kyle Blackmon to Urban Compass.
In early December, Corcoran’s Robby Browne and Maria Pashby moved to BHS, as did Wendy Richardson, Daniella Schlisser, Ellen Klein and Sungwon Hwang. In October, Robert Doernberg joined BHS from Warburg.