Corfac News

18 092013

Congratulations to CORFAC International’s Robin Abrams!  Robin was named one of the 2013 Women of Influence by Real Estate Forum.  Robin is an Executive Vice President at The Lansco Corporation/CORFAC International in New York, New York.

Robin was recognized as one of 45 most powerful and prominent female executives in commercial real estate today.

Executive Vice President
New York City
Robin Abrams has been in the commercial real estate world for 34 years at Lansco, where she specializes in Northeast retail leasing. She oversees business development at the firm, acting as a mentor to 20 brokers. She became a partner at the firm in 1999 and is the only principal at Lansco who was not one of the six founding male partners, rising through the ranks after starting as an administrative assistant. Abrams has traveled extensively in the last year through Asia and Europe to meet with prospective tenants, all with an eye to translating them to the US. “It’s an extremely exciting time for women to be involved in the retail industry, particularly retail leasing,” she comments. “Because retail leasing tends to be very instinct-driven, with retailers focusing as much on physical appearance and location of a space as they do costs, the number of women in the industry will continue to grow.”

Congratulations Robin!

Locally Owned. Globally Connected

CORFAC International is comprised of privately held entrepreneurial firms with expertise in office, industrial and retail brokerage, tenant and landlord representation, investment sales, multifamily, self-storage, acquisitions and dispositions, property management and corporate services. Founded in 1989, CORFAC has 49 offices in the U.S., 5 in Canada and 17 in international markets, including Australia, Colombia, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Romania, Russia, South Korea, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. CORFAC offices completed more than 10,000 lease and sales transactions totaling 620 million square feet of space valued in excess of $8.2 billion in 2018.