Corcoran Sunshine awards tout top-selling buildings
Sales teams at One High Line, Tribeca Green nabbed nods
As 2023’s troubled residential market fades into the rearview, Corcoran Sunshine’s annual awards looked on the bright side.
Over 140 agents, executives and other guests gathered at Tao Downtown on Jan. 10 for the new development marketing firm’s annual awards ceremony, where it handed out accolades for the year’s top deals and sales teams.
President Kelly Mack led the spotlight of the top projects in the firm’s portfolio, including eight buildings in what it billed as Manhattan’s top 10 best-selling new developments by unit volume.
The six agents heading marketing at One High Line took home the prize for top sales team of the year. The team, including Richard Hicks, Isabelle Hull-Fossas, Deborah Kern, Steve Gold, Bonner Youngblood and Danielle Grossi, notched the highest sales volume across the firm’s projects.
Developed by the Witkoff Group and Access Industries, the West Chelsea condo last year closed deals for 68 of its over 230 units, or nearly 30 percent of its inventory, according to a report from Marketproof.
The sales team at Tribeca Green — led by Melissa Win, Brandon Watson, Natalie West and Zachery Clark — won the trophy for the highest number of units sold. Related Companies’ conversion logged the most sales of any Manhattan new development with 141 deals, or 51 percent of its 265 units.
Accepting the firm’s deal of the year award was sales director Blake Weissberg, Bess Dulany, Quiana Richardson and Jennifer Williams, for the sale of a duplex townhouse at 11 Hoyt Street for $4.35 million. The firm said the Tishman Speyer-developed property in Downtown Brooklyn is nearing sellout.
Other members of the Corcoran Sunshine team honored include Melanie Estrada, Angela Babel and Saad Al-Nassar.
The firm’s awards ceremony follows news that it’s vacating its office at Vornado Realty Trust’s 888 Seventh Avenue, with agents relocating to the Corcoran Group’s headquarters at 590 Madison Avenue.
The company, which is expected to cut its office footprint by 11,000 square feet, will move out by the second quarter of this year.