CREW NY celebrates their first unified season with a members-only luncheon and Founders Award presentation after the January merge of NYCREW and AREW. Faith Hope Consolo, CREW national director, created the Founders Award. New York Real Estate Journal.
Douglas Elliman's Retail Group has arranged a lease for LF Stores at 1258 Third Avenue, New York. Faith Hope Consolo, Chairman and Joseph Aquino, executive VP for Douglas Elliman's Retail Group exclusively represented the tenant and the landlord in the transaction. Via Chain Store Age Magazine
In case you missed: Faith Hope Consolo, chairman of the retail group at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, "Retailers are opening urban stores to reflect the shift of the population back to cities, one of the most significant global trends of the past 20 years or so." Read more via GlobeSt ALM’s Real Estate Media Group. www.faith-consolo.com
If he runs, Trump will be among the few candidates who have never disclosed their finances. As a celebrity property developer and promoter, Trump has no peers. Read Faith Hope Consolo's insight in Crain's Chicago Business. More about Faith at: www.faith-consolo.com
Bisnow Special Report: Bull Market Fuels Brokerage M&A. Faith Hope Consolo points out that acquiring a retail-centric brokerage could do a lot to help Colliers...Read more! More about Faith at www.faith-consolo.com.
Deals & Dealmakers: AREW Members Luncheon Published in: Real Estate Weekly – July 11, 2012 Association of Real Estate Women (AREW) president presented the annual AREW Founders' Award at the recent members luncheon at the downtown hotel. Faith Hope Consolo of Prudential Douglas Elliman, initiated the awards during her term as AREW president. To view the article in its entirety please click here: http://www.elliman.com/pdf/2ac4cf7d14ead70534c800f4f3520a6b1cbf84a1
Marketplace Index - Holiday Shoppers, Start Your Engines Published in: American Public Media Radio – November 15, 2011 On the specifics of what people are buying, Consolo says the rise in SUV and truck sales might be due to Japanese factories coming back online after the devastating March earthquake and tsunami.