Investor relations firm president scores Brooklyn Heights home for $2.325M

Medium 243306c300d98b9a74c77903f691297b Crocker Coulson and Anne Resnik bought a four-bedroom, 3.5-bath home at 169 State St. in Brooklyn from Rudy D. Green and Susan H. Green for $2.325 million on Jan. 6.

The 3,540-square-foot house in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District was built in 1899 in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood.

Coulson is the president of the New York office of CCG Investor Relations Strategic Communications, a global investor relations and strategic communications consulting firm. His responsibility includes the development of investor relations strategies for private and publicly held companies.

He also is a frequent public speaker on the subject of investor relations strategy, initial public offerings, reverse managers, China investments, disclosure issues and corporate governance.

He previously was writer-researcher for The New Republic magazine in Washington, D.C. and has written for several leading publications, including the Los Angeles Times, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and ArtNews. He also has produced five independent films.

He is a graduate of Yale College and studied philosophy at the Freie Universitat in Berlin.

According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 4,675 home sales in Brooklyn during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $455,000.

Address: 169 State Street
Buyer(s): Coulson, Crocker, Resnik and Anne
Seller(s): Green, Rudy D, Green and Susan H
Sale date: Jan. 6, 2010

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