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With more than 25 years of residential resale and development experience and a reputation for superior, hands-on service, Steve Rutter possesses an in-depth knowledge of the New York City marketplace and the character of its various neighborhoods.
After many successful years selling real estate, Steve became first a Sales Manager and then Senior Managing Director at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, ultimately overseeing the firm’s new development projects in Brooklyn. As Executive Vice President, Managing Director of Stribling Marketing Associates, Steve has been involved with many significant projects, including the Plaza, One Hanson Place, Devonshire House at 28 East 10th Street, 211 Elizabeth Street and 456 West 19th Street. He is committed to ensuring that developers receive the best possible service on their projects, from inception to closing. He supervises all phases of the development process, paying careful attention to the pre-development planning: identifying the target buyer and advising on the appropriate unit mix, layouts, amenities program and pricing.
Whether the project is large or small, Steve directs the Stribling team with a keen attention to detail, making sure that everything is on schedule—and on budget. By so doing, he has maintained a citywide reputation for listening to clients’ needs and following through to thoroughly fulfill their goals.
|New Developments in Brooklyn||New York Times Homes||4/1/13|
|A Different State of Mind||The Sunday Times||1/20/13|
|Stribling scion takes reins at luxury brokerage||Real Estate Weekly||12/12/12|
|Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan Named President of...||City Biz List||12/12/12|
|Condos in context||The Real Deal||11/1/12|
|Stribling, the Next Generation||The Real Deal||5/1/12|
|Walker This Way||The New York Post||4/26/12|
|The Real Estate Artists||Avenue Magazine||4/1/12|
|Brooklyn, Brooklyn||New York Times Homes||4/1/12|
|Chinese Buyers Flood Real Estate Market in Search of...||DNAinfo.com||12/1/11|
Working with developers to maximize their return