Louise Sunshine

VIDEO: Louise Sunshine on her roots, Donald Trump and the freedoms of consulting The new development marketing pioneer appeared on “Building NY”

Louise Sunshine and Michael Stoler

Louise Sunshine, founder of the Sunshine Group, appeared on Michael Stoler’s “Building New York: New York Stories” on public access CUNY-TV to talk about her journey from politics to the heights of New York real estate.

Sunshine told her life story at length from her family’s roots in Russia, to her grandfather B爱上海同城论坛

arney Pressman, who founded the Barney’s chain of department stores to, to her childhood in Morristown, N.J., to Brandeis University, and into New York politics.

She described an episode in the early 1970s in which she procured a DJT vanity license plate for Donald Trump. After obtaining the plates for Donald, I become even more important in his爱上海同城手机版

eyes, she told Stoler.

She worked with the developer well into the 1980s, becoming his most senior female executive.

Around that time, Sunshine founded what became her namesake new development marketing firm, with the help of partner Jerry Speyer. She ultimately sold the company to NRT, parent of the Corcoran Group, forming Corc阿爱上海同城

oran Sunshine Marketing Group.

Sunshine became a consultant thereafter, and has been doing it ever since. She enjoyed it, she told host and Madison Realty Capital managing director Michael Stoler, and had no interest in ever starting her own development business.

“There’s a lot of risk involved, and I’m not sure that I’m willing to take that much risk. I’m willing to take some risk, but those developers really take a lot of risk.”

Sunshine broke off her relationship上海千花网论坛

with brokerage Compass late last month, telling The Real Deal, “I felt that my business practices and those of Compass were not aligned.”

A week later, she announced plans to support her former boss’s presidential campaign, forming an organization called Women for Trump in Florida. [“B上海千花社区

uilding New York: New York Stories” via YouTube] – Ariel Stulberg

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