Admiral Real Estate Receives CoStar Power Broker Awards Print

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By Staff, Admiral Real Estate Services Corp.


Apr. 4, 2018:  The Bronxville-based commercial real estate brokerage firm Admiral Real Estate Services Corp. is pleased to announce that the firm and two of its brokers, Jonathan Gordon and Joan Simon, have been recognized as CoStar Power Brokers by CoStar Group (NASDAQ: CSGP), commercial real estate’s leading independent research firm.

This annual award recognizes the “best of the best” in commercial real estate brokerage by spotlighting the U.S. firms and individual brokers who closed the highest transaction volume in commercial property sales or leases for the previous calendar year (this year, 2017) in their respective markets. 

As the largest professional research organization serving the commercial real estate industry, CoStar is uniquely positioned to identify the top firms and brokers in each market throughout the U.S. All awards are based on transaction data in CoStar's commercial real estate database, the largest independently researched database of commercial real estate property information available online.

Admiral Real Estate Services Corp. was recognized as a top Westchester/Connecticut commercial leasing firm. Gordon and Simon qualified as top brokers in the Westchester/Connecticut commercial real estate market based on the total leasing transactions each closed during 2017. 

Admiral Real Estate Services has been the recipient of a CoStar Power Broker designation every year since 2010. 

"Every year, we are honored to recognize those individual brokers and firms who have outperformed their peers," said CoStar Group founder and CEO Andrew C. Florance. "These industry leaders have demonstrated exceptional sales and leasing success, and we congratulate them on their achievement."

Pictured here (rotating): Jonathan Gordon and Joan Simon.

Photos courtesy Admiral Real Estate Services Corp.


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