Massey Knakal Realty Services recently honored the top producers of the firm at their annual award ceremony. John F. Ciraulo, Thomas A. Donovan and Jeffrey A. Shalom were among those named Top Producers in 2010.
Top Salesperson of the Year in Massey Knakal’s Queens office and third place company wide was awarded to Managing Director and Partner Thomas A. Donovan. Mr. Donovan joined Massey Knakal in 1998 to head up the firm's first full-service outer borough office. The office, which opened in February 1999, has gone from a two-person startup to a flourishing establishment more than 10 times its original size. In 2005, Mr. Donovan was named to the prestigious Crain's New York Business' 40 Under 40 list for his outstanding achievement in the New York City business community. CoStar also named Mr. Donovan a Top Sales Broker for Queens/Long Island in 2009.
Vice Chairman and Partner John F. Ciraulo was awarded the second place company wide Salesperson of the Year Award. Mr. Ciraulo joined Massey Knakal in 1993 to expand the company’s territory system. Since then, he has built a strong presence in the Midtown South marketplace in neighborhoods including Murray Hill, Gramercy Park, and the Flatiron District. He has evaluated more than 1,550 buildings and closed in excess of 332 buildings with an aggregate value of more than $1.09 billion. In 1998, he was named Partner and in 2006 Vice Chairman of Massey Knakal.
Top Salesperson of the Year in Massey Knakal’s Brooklyn office was awarded to First Vice President of Sales Jeffrey A. Shalom. Mr. Shalom joined the Brooklyn office in September 2005. Originally, he was the Director of Sales for part of Bensonhurst and Gravesend. In 2008 and 2009, his territory was enlarged to include all of Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights, Bath Beach, and Boro Park. In May 2007, he was named one of Commercial Real Estate’s Rising Stars by Real Estate Weekly. In 2010, Mr. Shalom handled eight transactions for an aggregate value of over $36,000,000.
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Agents: Jeffrey Shalom, John Ciraulo, Thomas Donovan