Each fall season, homes and storefronts embody the spirit of Halloween, using decor and costumes to create uniquely haunting scenes. As the holiday approaches, Engel & Völkers advisors across the Americas have unleashed their inner creative sides, transforming their shops with eerie decor. Take a look and explore your festive (and spooky) side.
Engel & Völkers Mandeville is known for its amazing energy inside its shop. The beautifully modern interior, with its crisp white walls and clean lines, clearly marks the shop as sophisticated, refined, and luxurious. As the shop has seen in-person traffic increase, they decided to take their Halloween decor to the next level. Taking in the new ambiance, advisors and clients come and go from the shop for appointments, each one cracking a smile. Rather than diminishing the store’s already welcoming environment, the creepy decor has only enhanced it; the Engel & Völkers Mandeville team continues to create a space that emulates positivity even beyond the holiday season.
Located in downtown Bryan, Engel & Völkers Bryan-College Station participates in the city’s annual Downtown Halloween event. Each year, members of the Engel & Völkers network dress up and hand out candy to hundreds of children. This season, the shop decorated both its interior and exterior in addition to hosting costume and pumpkin carving contests. While the shop’s storefront is already eye-catching, the additional decor, including spiders and cobwebs, draws extra attention to the stunning listings on display.
Engel & Völkers Jacksonville recently celebrated the season during a Halloween party, complete with haunted decor and festive fare. The shop welcomed advisors, partners, and plus-ones for a spooky night of hors d’oeuvres, drinks, costumes contests, and a fundraiser raffle, during which they raised $330 USD for Special Olympics. Enjoy this spooky display of their celebratory culture.
Engel & Völkers Toronto loves fall; it’s known as one of the area’s most beautiful seasons of the year. Local businesses often get involved in their communities by creating spooky vignettes for Halloween. Toronto’s Halloween decor sees fierce competition, partially due to the city’s status as a popular hub for the film industry. “It’s something fun for the kids, and as adults, we get to be playful and creative. Who doesn’t want to get into the spirit of Halloween?” says Anita Springate-Renaud.
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