Celeb shutterbug Annie Leibovitz crowns Corcoran’s Pam Liebman

There’s a new award-winner in town. If you’ve ever walked into President Donald Trump’s office in Trump Tower, chances

There’s a new award-winner in town.

If you’ve ever walked into President Donald Trump’s office in Trump Tower, chances are he proudly showed you the Jewish National Fund (JNF) Tree of Life award he won in 1983.

This year, the JNF honored Pamela Liebman, president and CEO of the Corcoran Group, with the coveted accolade last week.

The framed plaque was presented by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz.

The two high-powered women were destined to meet.

Liebman told the crowd at Cipriani 42nd Street that she dreamed of having Leibovitz, known for her elaborate Vanity Fair covers, shoot an ad campaign for the high-end brokerage firm, but she didn’t know how she’d get Leibovitz to say yes.

That’s when fate intervened. The phone rang.

It was Leibovitz herself, who wanted the brokerage to sell her three West Village townhouses. Corcoran sold them for $28.5 million in late 2013.

Leibovitz shot a dozen portraits of celebrities, from Jimmy Buffett to Misty Copeland, for a 2014 Corcoran campaign.


Brown Harris Stevens brokers Ginger Brokaw and Wendy Maitland hosted a pop-up gallery exhibit at the penthouse at 145 E. 48th St. to benefit the Worldwide Orphans foundation and victims of Hurricane Harvey through Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund.

The four-bedroom, full-floor unit, asking $9.96 million, is 3,250 square feet and comes with two terraces totaling 1,150 square feet.


Wanna live on “Billionaire’s Row” in Los Angeles?

If developer Bruce Makowsky’s $250 million spec mansion at 924 Bel Air Road is too rich, take a look at this comparatively “modest” manse, which is about to relistt for $8.49 million. The seller of 1552 Bel Air Road is David Madden, the new head of programming for AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios. Madden and wife, Marci Pool, bought the Bel Air estate in 2015 for just over $7 million. They listed it briefly this spring for $8.99 million with a dfifferent broker.

The new listing brokers are “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” stars James Harris and David Parnes of The Agency, which recently sold the Playboy Bunny Ranch for $17.25 million, as we previously reported.

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