WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Douglas Elliman Real Estate will host an exclusive retreat for its managers and top agents from around the company from June 9-13 at the Ritz Carlton Beach & Spa Resort on Key Biscayne, Fla.
The event will include tours of Elliman’s high-end properties and new developments in the South Florida region, while highlighting the important synergies between the New York and South Florida markets. Attendees will include 100 top-producing agents from New York City, Westchester, Long Island, the Hamptons, and South Florida . “This retreat offers our managers and agents an opportunity to experience the power of Elliman’s tremendous network first-hand. South Florida is one of the most popular destinations for clients looking to purchase a second, third, or even fourth home, especially in the new development segment. Because Douglas Elliman is strategically located in New York City, Westchester, Long Island, the Hamptons, and South Florida, we are ahead of the trend, and experiencing unparalleled success for this new wave of homebuyers,” said Dottie Herman, President and CEO of Douglas Elliman. The retreat will include visits to some of the most groundbreaking properties in South Florida marketed by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, including Ian Schrager’s The Residences at the Miami Beach Edition which fetched $34 Million for two side-by-side penthouses in South Florida’s most expensive condo transaction in history; Faena House, which boasts South Florida’s most expensive Penthouse listing - $50 million; and Palau Sunset Harbour in South Beach, a 45-unit ultra-modern complex that is already 100 percent reserved. “A lot of the buyers we’re seeing in South Florida right now, especially in these new developments, are from the New York metropolitan area. This event is a testament to the superior strength of our company network, and our agents are able to tap into resources that no other brokerage is able to offer,” added Vanessa Grout, President and CEO of Douglas Elliman’s Florida brokerage.
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