A state judge threw out Barbara Corcoran’s lawsuit Monday that tried to collect $1.3 million in commissions for introducing him to the investors who salvaged his Riverside South project.
In the suit, Corcoran claimed that the sale of the high rises to Extell and the Carlyle Group last year triggered the payment of Read More
Honestly, we haven’t been reading much of The Press lately, ever since the cartoon debacle. But “The 50 Most Loathsome New Yorkers” issue remains a classic.
However, this year’s list is quite different, with an influx of real estate big wigs. Bruce Ratner, Larry Silverstein, David Walentas, Shaya Boymelgreen, and Michael Shvo Read More
It’s been almost impossible to escape the Corcoran Group’s rebranding effort, that began on the Internet and spread throughout the city. The new ad campaign appears in magazines, at bus stops, and on billboards.
Photoserve.com takes a look at how the brokerage tapped photographer Tina Barney–who rarely Read More
In December, Barbara Corcoran told The Observer that if she wasn’t invited to the Gods and Goddesses-themed holiday party, she would probably crash it.
We’re actually not sure if Babs ever made it, but from the sound of this “event report,” Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman was definitely in control of the festivities. Read More
After brisk sales, some billionaires are taking a step back from the 15 Central Park West, according to the New York Post. And at Trump Park Avenue, a prince moves into the apartment above A-Rod for $6.2 million.
Barbara Corcoran first joked about firing CEO Pam Liebman, and then rode off Read More
“I had become an expert at airbrushing,” said 56-year-old Barbara Corcoran. “I was never going to get old on a billboard.”
Indeed, the image of the pixie-like founder and, until recently, chairman of Manhattan real-estate behemoth the Corcoran Group (who can look a bit like Sandy Duncan in the 1979 Broadway revival of Peter Pan) Read More
Go into television! So learned our admirably flat-chested Michael Calderone when he talked to Barbara Corcoran about her new TV venture; she’s got lots of ideas, and only one is an elimination contest among people who want to work in real estate!
Just what kind of security plan is Goldman Sachs pressing for Read More
Over the past year, the major Manhattan real-estate brokerages have released a fusillade of market reports proclaiming that the “average” price of a Manhattan apartment broke $1 million for the first time in New York history.
Most recently the Corcoran Group, in its 2004 midyear report, stated that the average sales price for a Read More
“Oh my God, this is so much worse than I pictured!” said real-estate guru Barbara Corcoran, speaking from the stage of Caroline’s comedy club on Feb. 3.
Well, she got that much right.
Looking pert in an orange turtleneck and suede pants, Ms. Corcoran was supposed to be headlining an evening of business-themed comedy Read More
In the past year, Manhattan’s top residential real-estate brokerages have been remade through a furious welter of corporate consolidations that began in the late 1990′s and have placed Manhattan’s two largest residential brokerages, Douglas Elliman and the Corcoran Group, at the summit of a hyper-competitive market where nationally financed holding companies have dominated and, industry Read More