FirstService Residential has promoted Mary Signorella to Vice President in the Manhattan Condo/Co-op Division. In her new role, Signorella will have executive oversight of a portfolio of high-end condominium and cooperative properties. She will also oversee a team of dedicated property managers and assistant property managers in some of Manhattan’s most prestigious residential buildings.
“For decades, Mary has provided outstanding service to our clients and has established herself as a respected leader within the organization,” said Christina Forbes, president of the Manhattan Condo/Co-op Division. “Mary’s continued dedication to her team, her colleagues and her buildings is evident in the lasting relationships she’s maintained both within the company and among her clients. I am confident her team and her portfolio will continue to thrive under her leadership.”
Signorella joined FirstService Residential in 2005 and was quickly promoted to positions of increased oversight and authority. In 2016, she was bestowed a FirstService Residential Star Award in recognition of her accomplishments as a team leader, mentor, and embodiment of the company’s core values.
Today, her portfolio of buildings includes 100 Eleventh Ave., a luxury condo property designed by Pritzker-Prize laureate Jean Nouvel; the iconic Strand condominium tower at 500 West 43rd St.; and 2 Horatio St., a high-end co-op building located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village Historic District, among other multifamily properties on the island.