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Brown Harris Stevens honors top brokers at annual celebration.

Brown Harris Stevens announced the winners of their 2005 Deal of the Year, Rookie of the Year, and Brokers of the Year awards at the luxury residential real estate firm's annual meeting held at Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center.

The Brown Harris Stevens 2005 Biggest Deal of the Year was awarded to Mary Rutherfurd and John Burger. The sale was the highest price ever paid for a co-op residence in Manhattan. Rutherfurd was the listing broker and Burger the selling broker.

The Rookie of the Year award was presented to Lynn Kaplan, in the firm's Greenwich Village office, and Trish Martin, in the Park Slope office.

The Broker of the Year awards were presented to the following Brown Harris Stevens top producing brokers:

Broker of the Year Eastside: Kathy Sloane, senior vice president and managing director, specializes in high-end properties on the Eastside, Westside and Downtown.

Broker of the Year Upper East Side & Listing Broker of the Year Upper East Side: Curtis Jackson, senior vice president.

Broker of the Year Westside & Townhouse Broker of the Year Manhattan: Wolf Jakubowsk.

Broker of the Year Greenwich Village: Mara Papasoff.

Broker of the Year Tribeca: Shirley Mueller, vice president, has completed deals in some of Manhattan's most exclusive homes.

Broker of the Year Brooklyn Heights & Rental Broker of the Year Brooklyn: Brian Lehner has rented over 4,000 apartments in Brooklyn

Broker of the Year Park Slope: Janice Cimberg.

Townhouse Broker of the Year Brooklyn and Listing Broker of the Year Brooklyn Heights: Elizabeth Celano.

Employee of the Year: Bianca Kaliniak, in the firm's Greenwich Village office.

The President's Award was presented posthumously to Cornelius Gallagher by Brown Harris Stevens President Hall F. Willkie. Gallagher, one of the most successful New York real estate brokers of the past 30 years. He was known as the "Dean and First Gentleman" of the New York City co-op business for his genial manners and honorable ways.

The following Brown Harris Stevens brokers were promoted to senior vice president, managing director: Kathy Cooper, Gerald Crown, and Linda De Luca. In addition, the following brokers were promoted to senior vice president: Jill Braver, Elizabeth Celano, Avida Ghaffari, Bill Sheppard, and Helen van Ryn.

Additional awards were presented to: The Elaine Clayman Group, Referral Broker of the Year and Listing Broker of the Year Eastside; Ilene Schoenfeld and Dorothy Arnsten, Listing Broker of the Year West Side; Ross Gadye, Listing Broker of the Year Greenwich Village; Paddington Zwigard, Listing Broker of the Year Tribeca; Sandy Biano, Listing Broker of the Year Park Slope; and Shelley Saxton, Rental Broker of the Year Manhattan.
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Title Annotation:AWARDS & EVENTS
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Apr 26, 2006
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