KNLB captures three commercial real estate awards
KLNB Inc. was a triple winner when the Commercial Real Estate Network of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors held its seventh annual awards ceremony recently at the Center Club of Baltimore. Colliers Pinkard won two awards.
KLNB received the 1996 "Most Unusual Transaction of the Year" award for its deal at 1101 Gilroy Road in Hunt Valley and the "Retail Transaction of the Year" award for the Giant Food Store in Eldersburg.
The Towson-based firm also won the "Land Transaction of the Year" award for the Long Gate Center in Howard County.
Colliers Pinkard received awards for the "Office Transaction of the Year" for the Legg Mason Building at 100 Light St. and the "Investment Transaction of the Year" for the LaSalle Portfolio/Meadowridge & Greenwood Place.
C. B. Commercial Real Estate Group Inc. took the "Industrial Transaction of the Year" award for the Harland Company facility, and Emmes Realty Services received the "Developer of the Year" award for the Meadows Business Park.
Individual winners were Sharon M. Caplan, Manekin Corp., "Broker of the Year"; John Boote, KLNB, and William McCullough, Manekin, "Rookies of the Year"; and Joe Nolan, Casey & Associates/ONCOR International, "Spirit of Professionalism" award.
Harford Home Builders donate decks, money to ARC
Members of the Harford County Chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland and volunteers from the Remodelers Council recently built decks on two homes for The ARC of Harford County and presented the charity with a $1,000 donation.
The ARC is a volunteer organization devoted to improving the lives of children and adults with mental retardation.
"ARC is a worthwhile charity dedicated to helping our members of the community that many of us often forget about," said Joe Pino, a contractor sales representative with 84 Lumber, which donated supplies to build decks on two homes in Bel Air.
News in brief
* Builder's 1st Choice said Howlin Homes of Calvert County hired the Columbia company to handle sales and marketing at two single-family-home communities.
* Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty Inc. announced the following 1996 award winners in its Towson office: Joan Hemingway, Circle of Excellence and Circle of Honors for sales and listings; Janice Frederick, Brenda Flagg, Asha Goel and Agatha Jones, Circle of Honors in sales; Frederick, Flagg, Hemingway and Wesley Hariston, Top Listers awards; Frederick and Hemingway, Premier Club sales award; Connie Jones, Pauline Lucas Downes and Rose Shaffer, Hall of Fame award; Maryl Ebrite, Million Dollar award; Stan Kassan, Michelle O'Donnell and Jay Weitzel, Directors Club sales award; Lois Dressel, Nancy Fine, Agatha Jones, Sharon Biggs, Connie Jones, Pouri Lotfi, Mary Robinson and Rose Shaffer, Executive Sales Club award; Asha Goel and Joanne Koerber, President's Club award; Goel, Top Buyer Agency award; Flagg, Chairman's Club award in sales; P. Dawn Covahey, Manager of the Year award.
* The Prudential Carruthers Realtors inducted its top producers in sales and listings for the first quarter of 1997 into the Master Circle. They include: Joyce Ellwanger, Cheryl Wetter and Linda Tully, Potomac; Mary Lee Brassford and Roger Lunde, Rockville; Scott Barbely, Marsha Crowley and Ray Robert and Michelle Rabbe, Gaithersburg; George Lombardo, Sally Hart and Barbara Slomoff, Bethesda; Bill Inmon, John Collins and Betty Jans, Annapolis/Arnold; Jay Young, Jim Reece and Lorie Robbins, Annapolis/Eastport; Carolyn Gardiner, Becky McGettigan and Carol Anne Shriner, Annapolis/West; Sam Powell, Bob Chroniger and Carroll Thompson, Bowie/Crofton; Georgeanna Garceau, Caroline Freund and Marby Kelly, Harford County; Bonnie Fleishman and Sherry LaMartina, Pasadena; Susan Nolte, Barbara Quillen, Frank Taglienti and Carolyn Wentz, Severna Park; and Gini Pielke, Rachel Feldstein and Mary Sernaker, Towson.
* The Residential Sales Council,a Chicago-based affiliate of the National Association of Realtors, reports its membership stands at 41,000 after it attracted 6,375 new members last year. The group was established in 1967 to set a higher standard of professionalism in residential sales and marketing.
On the move
* Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty Inc. said Nathalie Mullinix, the principal at Nathalie Mullinix Realty, and her associates joined its Reisterstown office. An associate broker with Coldwell Banker, Mullinix earned her real estate license in 1985. She averages $18 million a year in home sales.
* O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors said Lucas Jegede and Charles Welsh joined the Reisterstown office as sales associates.
* Regency Corp. of Annapolis named Matthew D. Brunner
managing director of Terra Funding LLC, its capital markets group. He previously served as chief financial officer for the Grotech Capital Group of Baltimore. A certified public accountant, Brunner has a bachelor's degree in economics from Gettysburg College and a master's in business administration from the University of Maryland.
! Pub Date: 7/06/97