- Brown Harris Stevens
has combined the strengths of its former Cutchogue and Greenport offices into one newly renovated, state-of-the-art location. The office, which is located in its former location on Front Street in Greenport, will feature 10 of the North Fork's finest and most knowledgeable real estate agents.
"Our newly renovated space offers the best of today's technology in an excellent Front Street location so that our agents are better able to serve the needs of their North Fork clients and customers" states Aspasia ("Cia") Comnas
, Executive Managing Director of Brown Harris Stevens of The Hamptons and North Fork. The latest in computer and telephone technology allows agents to roam within the office, sit at any work station and have access to all of their data. The fully renovated interior reflects the general look of the BHS brand and presents a modern, bright work space with clean, crisp lines. Abundant natural light was put to use by opening up the display windows, and for an appealing after-dark look, window lighting was added to showcase displays.
A re-opening reception was held at the new office this past Friday, August 26, and garnered a great turnout. Day-to-day operations for the office are managed by Suzanne Hahn
with the assistance of Joann Hamilton
. Principle broker Ed Reale
is Senior Managing Director and Executive Managing Director for the entire East End of Long Island is Comnas.
Brown Harris Stevens is proud to represent the North Fork of Long Island and is excited to provide its clients and customers with the same exemplary service as it does in the Hamptons, Manhattan and Palm Beach.
About Brown Harris Stevens
Brown Harris Stevens, established in 1873, is the premiere provider of residential real estate services in New York. The company has offices throughout New York City
, the Hamptons, North Fork and Palm Beach. Brown Harris Stevens offers more luxury residential exclusives than any other Manhattan firm, and serves as the exclusive affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate Inc., a subsidiary of Christie's International PLC, the world's oldest fine arts auctioneer.
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