Diane M. Ramirez
Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Executive Director of Development Marketing
Terra Holdings announced that Stephen G. Kliegerman has been named president of a newly formed company, Terra Development Marketing.
Kliegerman will be responsible for the operations, direction and management of new business, client relations, pre-development planning, marketing and sales for all new development projects represented by both Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property, which are separate and distinct companies owned by Terra Holdings.
Kliegerman will now hold the titles: president of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing and president of Halstead Property Development Marketing.
Prior to Kliegerman’s appointment, he served as executive director of Halstead Property Development Marketing for the last six years.
As a Licensed Real Estate Broker for more than 22 years, Kliegerman previously owned and operated his own real estate brokerage, management and consulting firm, Herbert H. Kliegerman Associates, Inc. In 1998, the firm merged with Halstead Property and Kliegerman was appointed executive director of Downtown Sales.
Kliegerman is a highly engaged member and leader for the Real Estate Board of New York for which he currently serves as co-chair of Interfirm Forum and has previously served twice as chairman of Residential Ethics Committees and four terms as chairman of the Downtown Committee.
Additionally, Kliegerman was one of the initiators of the industry RLS and 72-hour co-broke rule.
Halstead Property has named Trish Martin as director of sales for Brooklyn.
Martin will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Halstead’s three offices in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill.
Martin will be replacing Roberta Benzilio, who has been promoted to executive director for Terra Development Marketing, where she will work on new developments for both Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property.
Martin was previously a vice president and director with Brown Harris Stevens in both Brooklyn and Manhattan for more than seven years.
Before joining BHS, she had her own firm focused on interior project management where she worked with clients such as Tiffany & Co., the Food Network, St. James Church, The Lycee Francias de New York and MoMA.
Before that, she worked in the publishing industry focusing on architectural publications.
Terra Holdings, parent company of Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property, announced that Roberta Benzilio has been names executive director of a newly formed company, Terra Development Marketing, which will handle all new development projects represented by both Brown Harris Stevens and Halstead Property, which are separate and distinct companies owned by Terra Holdings.
With more than two decades of real estate experience, Benzilio has been executive director of sales of Brooklyn at Halstead Property since October 2009, a mantle she assumed after heading up all aspects of sales for Halstead Property Development Marketing division as senior director of sales.
Prior to joining Halstead, Benzilio was an executive for more than 20 years at William B. May Company, one of New York’s most distinguished brokerage firms. She became president of the firm in 2004 and later chief operating officer for Century 21 William B. May Co..
Thursday, June 16, 2011