BROOKLINE, MA - Saul Cohen, president and co-founder of Hammond Residential Real Estate in Chestnut Hill, recently attended the 20th annual Luxury Real Estate Fall Conference in Seattle, Washington, which took place from Oct. 4 to 7 at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.
Prior to the main conference, the Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Board of Regents participated in a series of meetings, panel discussions and networking functions. Hammond offices serve as exclusive Regents representatives of the Luxury Real Estate Network throughout Greater Boston. Along with other national real estate leaders, Saul Cohen was invited to address the gathering as part of a panel focusing on “Philanthropy and Business.”
The conference brought global members together to share their knowledge and connect with fellow luxury brokers. Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate leadership also honored past Lifetime Achievement Award recipients for their contributions to the high-end real estate community.
Cohen received the Lifetime Achievement Award at last year’s 19th annual Luxury Real Estate Conference, which was sponsored by Hammond and held at Boston’s Fairmont Copley Hotel. He is also a past recipient of Luxury Real Estate’s Extraordinary Philanthropist award. Under Cohen’s leadership, Hammond established the Hammond Performing Arts Series, its major corporate philanthropy initiative. Since 1995, the company has sponsored free-to-the-public concerts in many of the communities in which Hammond has an office. The concerts feature chamber music and opera recitals by professional musicians in the early stage of their careers. This widely-acclaimed series features 12 concerts in the 2015-16 season.