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LEE ROSNER RECOGNIZED AS BEING AMONG ELITE TOP TWO PERCENT OF PRODUCERS WITHIN COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL FOR 2015

Sep 25 2016

Islandia, New York (June, 2016) – Lee Rosner of Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services has earned a spot in the Elite “Top Two” within Coldwell Banker Commercial® (CBC) for 2015. The “Top Two” designation is reserved for the elite top two percent of producers from among nearly 3,000 CBC-affiliated sales professionals* in the CBC organization. 

 “I am honored to be recognized by Coldwell Banker Commercial for my achievements in 2015. Our business grows more complex and competitive each and every year. It takes a strong team today to succeed. I thank my Partners, Associates and Staff for their support” – Lee Rosner.

Lee Rosner has over 34 years of office and industrial real estate brokerage and property management experience providing seller representation, landlord and tenant representation, investment sales, commercial property development, property management, construction management, expert witness - litigation support, zoning and land use consulting, and operational experience in the commercial real estate industry. He started his own commercial real estate brokerage firm in 1985 and has completed in excess of $1,000,000,000 in real estate transactions over his lengthy professional career. 1998 marked the beginning of his affiliation with Coldwell Banker Commercial. He is currently the Principal Managing Broker of Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services, a leading full service commercial brokerage firm based in Islandia, Long Island, NY specializing in corporate real estate services.

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About Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services
Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services, located at 1601 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 420, Islandia, NY 11749, can be reached at631-232-4400 | www.cbcli.com.  Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services has been commercial real estate services to property owners and commercial businesses on the Long Island market since 1997. 

About Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates
A subsidiary of Realogy Holdings Corp., the world’s leading real estate franchisor, Coldwell Banker Commercial® Affiliates is a worldwide leader in the commercial real estate industry. The Coldwell Banker Commercial organization is part of the oldest and most respected national real estate brand in the country, which was founded after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 by Colbert Coldwell, who was later joined by Benjamin Banker. Each office is independently owned and operated. For more information, visit: www.cbcworldwide.com.

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