Designer suits, lunch at the Four Seasons, jetting off to California with clients; they’re telling my story!

Tough times for glamour agents in New York City.

As the market soared in the past decade, so did the status of once-humble real estate brokers, some of whom became quasi celebrities akin to their clients, boldface names who appeared in gossip columns and, yes, became regulars at the Four Seasons, dining alongside the city’s most high-profile movers and shakers. 

Oh, how I miss those days! It’s lunch at Chicken Joe’s now, usually with low-lifes like Frank Farricker – the Donald won’t return my calls anymore (or his cellphone service was cut off by the bankruptcy Trustee). But we’re all coming back! You wait and see.

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7 responses to “Designer suits, lunch at the Four Seasons, jetting off to California with clients; they’re telling my story!

  1. anonymous

    Who the hell has dinner at Four Seasons restaurant?

    That place is a power lunch place (for IBers, PE and media guys…hedgies don’t “lunch” during trading day) w/barely edible grub even during best of times

  2. anonymous

    Interesting that profile doesn’t disclose where she lives

    Absurd to take investment/aesthetic advice of any realtor seriously when their own housing choices are often rather laughable, even adjusted for their rather modest (and cyclic) post-tax earnings, even in a historic Bubble

  3. James O'Boston

    Please don’t come back! K? Thanks! Things were much nicer before realtors, pseudo-journalists and chefs were celebrities.

    You don’t come back, we promise we won’t make fun of y’all.

  4. Towny

    Everyone but govt and public sector employees….

  5. Anonymous

    WHATS WRONG WITH CHICKEN JOES ?