BROWARD MASTER BROKERS FORUM VISITS
ACCLAIMED INTERIORS BY STEVEN G.
"SKY RESIDENCE" AT TRUMP HOLLYWOOD
Elite Real Estate Professionals Enjoy Reception in
Exquisite 5,000 Square-Foot Model Residence and
Presentation from past Florida Senator Steven Geller
HOLLYWOOD, FL - The Broward Master Brokers Forum (MBF), an organization comprised of South Florida's top residential real estate agents, recently enjoyed a special reception in the acclaimed "Sky Residence" in Trump Hollywood. The unique affair was hosted by Interiors by Steven G.; the Pompano Beach-based design firm which decorated and furnished the extraordinary 5,000 square-foot unit, and featured the Honorable Steven Geller (a former Florida Senator) as the guest speaker.
More than 80 Master Brokers enjoyed wine and hors d'oeuvres while touring the fully-furnished model on the 12th floor, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.Interiors by Steven G. founder and president Steven Gurowitz welcomed the members and briefly discussed the process of designing the Sky Residence, followed by an introduction to Trump Hollywood from Patrick Campbell, the project's sales director.This was followed by Senator Geller's presentation, which covered the exciting renaissance of Hollywood, the possible expansion of legalized gambling in the area, beach erosion concerns, and general real estate market issues.
"It is exciting for us to see Hollywood truly emerging as a hot destination for business, tourism, and luxury real estate," said Carolyn Block Ellert, chair of the Broward MBF, which also welcomed four new members into the chapter at this event."The development of Trump Hollywood has been a major factor in this emergence, and we thank them, as well as Interiors by Steven G. and Senator Geller, for their support in making this event a huge success."
The Broward Chapter of the Master Brokers Forum is generously supported by Wells Fargo.
PHOTOGRAPH CAPTIONS (from left to right)
1.Carolyn Block-Ellert, Steven Geller, Steven Gurowitz, Sonia Figueroa, and Patrick Campbell
2.Tom Schon, Sheryl Hodor, Marisa DiLenge, and Terry Schreiber
3.Bettina Lambrechts, Julie Jones, and Browne Pearson
4.Mike Kimmey, Steve Roberge, and Howard Elfman
5.Howard Marcus, Gabriel Markovich, and Steven Gurowitz
6.Debbie Anderson, James Risinger, Carolyn Block Ellert, Steven Gurowitz, Sonia Figueroa, Patrick Campbell, Bill Hahne, Marisa DiLenge, and Tom Schon