Top Elliman agents partner up
Lindsay Barton Barrett, Maggie Marshall to target downtown Manhattan, North Brooklyn & new dev
Two top-performing Douglas Elliman brokers are joining forces.
Lindsay Barton Barrett and Maggie Leigh Marshall are forming the Barton Barrett Marshall Team, focused on covering more ground in downtown Manhattan, North Brooklyn and the new development market. The duo plans to add junior agents as they expand their footprint.
Barrett served as the head of Elliman’s four-person Lindsay Barton Barrett Team, which placed 23rd in TRD’s ranking of the top resale brokers last year with $103 million in closed sales across 25 deals and 30th among the top new development brokers with $113 million in sales volume across 60 deals.
Barrett is the exclusive broker for The Brooklyn Home Company and currently heads sales at the developer’s 350 Butler Street in Park Slope. With a $56.3 million projected sellout, the condominium project was the city’s third largest condo filing accepted in the second quarter of last year by the New York Attorney General’s Office.
Barrett joined Douglas Elliman in 2018 after a nearly four-year stint at Compass. Barrett, who spent 12 years at Corcoran, followed several former colleagues to Compass as one of the firm’s early hires. When she left for Douglas Elliman, she credited her departure to a desire to focus more on new development.
Before teaming up with Barrett, Marshall was the director of operations for The De Niro Team at Elliman, which TRD ranked 38th among the top resale brokers in 2022 with $79 million in closed sales across 24 deals.
Marshall joined Elliman in 2009 and has worked on new development projects, including 100 Barclay Street, 87 Leonard Street and 108 Leonard Street in Tribeca.
Barrett and Marshall’s announcement comes as Elliman reported significant growth in its new development business last year with a $3.5 billion increase in its gross transaction volume across the Florida, New York, California, Massachusetts and Texas markets, according to chairman and CEO Howard Lorber.
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