Oh, it's on. Tonight on Governor's Island, it's Corcoran versus Douglas Elliman for all the bragging rights in Manhattan real estate circles for another year in the Real Estate World Series. Here at Curbed, we're giving the early edge to Corcoran. Why? Because they sent us a press release about it. "My brokers are the tops whether in the residential real estate arena or on the playing fields of New York City," says Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman. (And, hey, they won last year.) After the jump, the full PR; tomorrow, send along your reports on the antics.
Corcoran VS Elliman
CORCORAN DEFENDS TITLE AT 2005 REAL ESTATE WORLD SERIES
NEW YORK, NY - July 20, 2005 - Real estate powerhouse The Corcoran Group faces off against Prudential Douglas Elliman at the Second Annual Real Estate World Series this Thursday, July 21st at 6:45 p.m. on Roosevelt Island's Firefighter's Field.
"My brokers are the tops whether in the residential real estate arena or on the playing fields of New York City," says Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman, a life-long athlete and avid sports fan. "I look forward to Thursday's game and all the camaraderie this game inspires."
The Corcoran Closers, 9 and 2 so far this season thanks to the limitless talents of Team Manager Marc Lawrence, a senior sales associate with Corcoran, and assistant coach Mark Baum a Corcoran vice president, securing victories over such corporate titans as Aon, White & Case and the New York City Department of Buildings.
"I have assembled some of the most talented and athletic real estate brokers in New York City," says Lawrence, a former real estate attorney. "Tremendous thought has gone into the line up and fielding positions for this important game."