Remember 2006? When New York City was in the middle of its giddiest real estate run in the history of giddiness? Remember that the Corcoran Group's holiday party was set in a faux-Roman palace, decorated with lightly-dressed actors in vintage costumes? Around 900 people drank up and patted each other on the back and talked shop and smiled.
There will be no faux-Roman palaces this year.
"We decided not to have a holiday party quite a while ago," Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman told The Observer yesterday. "It's just not a responsible way to act right now." read more »