As Prodigy International continues to grow, sign on more projects in New York and expand its operation worldwide, the global real estate firm has relocated the Miami headquarters in the Four Seasons Tower to a loft-style office at 72 Greene St. in the heart of SoHo in Manhattan.
Currently, Prodigy is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium and also heads up the co-marketing for Andre Balazs’ William Beaver House in New York City. In Miami, Prodigy International will continue focusing on the exclusive promotion of its signature beach projects, such as Solis, Sole and Gansevoort South.
Prodigy International’s Corporate Team will now be based in the SoHo office. The General Real Estate office will continue to operate from the Sunny Isles office located at 18660 Collins Ave, in Florida and the administration and accounting office will remain in Miami at 41 SE 5th St. in Brickell.
President of Prodigy International, Rodrigo Nio, has appointed Susan Alper as the new CEO of the company. A native of New York, Alper moved to South Florida in the early 1990s to bring her strategic marketing and sales knowledge to the global real estate arena.
Alper has been responsible for positioning, branding and selling billions of dollars in luxury real estate around the world. An expert in developing broker networks, Alper now returns to New York to target the local Manhattan market and to further develop Prodigy’s relationships with local brokerage companies.