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Compass strengthens Brooklyn leadership

Real estate platform Compass announced this morning it is bolstering its Brooklyn leadership with the appointment of borough specialist Mary Lowe as sales manager of the company’s Williamsburg and new Cobble Hill locations.


Lowe will co-manage Brooklyn agents alongside Patrick Brennan, who will oversee the firm’s Park Slope office.

“Our growing presence in Brooklyn demands more great managers to maintain the same level of service our agents and clients expect. Mary is a natural leader with deep knowledge of the Brooklyn market, and she and Patrick are a winning leadership combination for the region,” said Robert Reffkin, Founder and CEO of Compass.

A 10-year veteran of the industry, has transacted more than $100 million in sales and is consistently ranked among the top fiver persent of brokers nationwide.

She has worked on new developments such as 101 Warren in Tribeca, be@william in the Financial District and Richard Meier On Prospect Park as well as boutique co-op and condo conversions, including 466 15th Street and 382 Prospect Place, in Brooklyn.

“I am excited to bring my bring my experience working with clients throughout Brooklyn and knowledge of the market to this new management position, and look forward to helping Patrick build the preeminent real estate services company in the area,” said Lowe.

Compass’ Brooklyn operation launched last year, and now has more than 50 agents who specialize in the borough. In the past 12 months, Compass agents transacted nearly $728 million in Brooklyn sales and this year facilitated one of Brooklyn’s most expensive residential sales – an $8 million townhouse at 31 Garden Place in Brooklyn Heights.

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