In New Jersey, resi brokerages rebrand and reshuffle leadership

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Engel & Völkers, a German luxury real estate firm that recently expanded its operations in Brooklyn and Chicago, this week relaunched its presence in Hoboken and Jersey City under the leadership of Lisa Troyano-Ascolese, NJBIZ reported. Troyano-Ascolese, leader of the myHOMEboken team, succeeds her mentor Nicholas Costantino, who launched Engel & Völkers’ Hoboken office in late 2015. (He died the following year.) Under the leadership of Troyano-Ascolese, who has the listing for a massive Saddle River mansion that will hit the auction block next week, Engel & Völkers will continue serving buyers and sellers in Bergen County and along New Jersey’s so-called Gold Coast. Elsewhere in the Garden State, Christie’s International Real Estate announced on July 12 a rebranding of its operations in Northern New Jersey, where it operates in partnership with affiliate Special Properties Real Estate Services, led by Ilija Pavlovic. Earlier this year, Christie’s expanded its regional operationsinto Rockland County after absorbing David Sanders’ Sanders Properties in New City. [NJBIZ]