Keller Williams Commercial hosts ribbon cutting for new location at 2 Charles Street

February 09, 2018 - Rhode Island
2 Charles Street - Providence, RI

 

Shown (from left) are: Brian Doorley, Brian McMahon, Kenneth Wilcox, Lisa White, Arnold Baskin, Michael Alves, Paul Cutler, Cynthia Corkum, Marc Santos, Stephen Thibodeau and attorney Hong Tran

 

Shown (from left) are: Michael Alves with former mayor of Providence, Joseph Paolino

 

Providence, RI January 30th marked the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the Keller Williams Realty Leading Edge Commercial Division office at 2 Charles St. Directed by Michael Alves, the Keller Williams New England regional commercial director, and owned and operated by broker, John Somyk, operating principal, Stephen Thibodeau and team leader, Kimberly Foley for the past 5 years.  In that time, they have built up to a team of 15 commercial brokers in the state, as well as 80 commercial regional brokers, putting them among the top ten commercial firms in the U.S. with 2,900 agents nationally.

Shown (from left) are: Diane Alves,
Lisa White, Lisa Corkum, Kimberly Foley
and Cynthia Corkum

 

Shown (from left) are: Robert Boyce, Michael Alves, Kimberly Foley, Catherine Anderson
and Stephen Thibodeau

 

Shown (from left) are: Arnold Baskin, Cynthia Corkum, Lisa Corkum, Kenneth Wilcox, Marc Santos, Marilyn Boyce, Robert Boyce, Diane Alves, David Banigan, Michael Alves, Kimberly Foley, Catherine Anderson, Paul Cutler, Lisa White and Stephen Thibodeau

 

The event was generously sponsored by Brian McMahon, vice president of commercial lending with Pawtucket Credit Union, and attorney Hong Tran of Lehong Attorneys at Law, LLC. Additionally, Keller Williams Residential was brought incredible news that nationally, Keller Williams Realty has taken the top spot as the number one real estate franchise in the U.S. with globally, being number one in agent count.  They are proud that their residential office, located at 14 Breakneck Hill Rd. in Lincoln, is number one in the state for residential sales.

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