Windsor Florida Announces New Appointment


1323716125Vero Beach, FL (December 5, 2011) W. Galen Weston, co-founder of Windsor Florida announced today the appointment of Betsy Hanley as President of Torwest, Inc., the holding company that owns Windsor, the private residential community in Vero Beach, Florida.

1323716148For the last 17 years Ms. Hanley has been the exclusive broker and President of Windsor Real Estate, Inc. at Windsor, the private, family oriented, sporting club. With more than 30 years of experience in the luxury real estate industry she is one of Florida’s top producing brokers selling over $600 million worth of luxury real estate and approximately $60 million in 2011 alone. In addition to her new responsibilities, she will continue in her role as President, Windsor Real Estate, Inc.

Mr. Weston chose Ms. Hanley for this important role, citing her remarkable career experience.

“We are thrilled that Betsy has accepted the opportunity and challenges of a broader executive role at Windsor and are confident she will bring her passion, enthusiasm and solid judgment to this position,” says Weston.

Ms. Hanley is recognized as a real estate expert across the major luxury residential markets in the US and holds a discerning list of national and international clients. Through a strategic development and marketing plan, Windsor’s real estate values have remained stable through the economic downturn. The community is in the enviable position of being one of the first in the area to show an upward movement in sales price, with dramatic improvement in both sales and average price over 2009.

For more information and to speak with Ms. Hanley please contact Jane Smalley 772-388-8609 or Ellen Rubin 212-935-1558.

About Windsor:

Windsor is a private residential community spanning 416 acres of lush barrier island between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean in Vero Beach, Florida. Established in 1989 by Hilary and W. Galen Weston of Toronto, Canada, Windsor was designed by renowned town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk following the New Urbanism principles of urban design, one that offers public and community spaces framed by timeless architecture and landscape design that celebrates this tropical and unspoiled setting. Windsor is comprised of 350 homesites in various settings that allow for a variety of home styles including village homes, cottages and country estates remarkable for their signature Anglo-Caribbean architecture and gracious living.