Associations, events & awards.
Caption: Kurt M. Eichler, executive vice president and David A. Sigman, senior vice president of LCOR, developer of The Charleston, the new 22-story Murray Hill condominium at 225 East 34th Street, co-hosted a festive opening celebration of The Charleston Sales Office. Prudential Douglas Elliman Developments is the exclusive sales and marketing consultant.. Pictured I-r: Andrew Gerringer, managing director, Prudential Douglas Elliman Development Marketing Group; Karen Mansour, director of sales and marketing, Prudential Douglas Elliman Development Marketing Group; and Kurt Eichler.
Caption: Manhattan's leading brokers were introduced to the developers, designers and sales team for Park Avenue's first new luxury condo in decades, 985 Park, recently. Pictured l-r: Roric Tobin, Geoffrey Bradfield; Todd Cohen, The Icon Group; Joan Finkelstein, Fox-Miller Marketing Services; Terrence Lowenberg, The Icon Group; Reba Miller, Fox-Miller Marketing Services and Barbara Fox, Fox-Miller Marketing Services.
Caption: During a panel discussion at Long Island Marriott & Conference Center in Uniondale, industry luminaries discussed Real Estate Next. Pictured l-r are panelists: Henry Weber, president, RE/MAX of New York; Jonathan Miller, president and CEO of Miller Samuel; Dr. Thomas Conoscenti, Urban/Regional Economist and Professor; Dottie Herman, president and CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate; Robert Campbell, Prof. of Real Estate and Finance, Hofstra University; John Cameron, managing partner, Cameron Engineering and; Ronald Roel, president Roel Resources, the event presenter.
Caption: Stribling Marketing Associates presented a series of Construction 101 luncheon seminars at The Parkwood, 31 East 28th Street, through September and October. As a unique marketing tool, Henry Justin, Principal of HJ Development LLC, shared real information with brokers which he believes will help them sell. Pictured l-r: Brenda Vemich, Stribling Marketing Associates; Bill Roche, vice president of Stribling Marketing Associates; Confidence Stimpson, senior vice president of Stribling Marketing Associates; and Ian Fishkin, Esquire, HJ Development
Caption: At a reception for real estate brokers at the recently opened The Residences at The Ritz Carlton, Westchester Sales Presentation Center, White Plains, were (l-r): Peggy Shea and Paul Sarlo, Keller Williams NY Realty, White Plains; Robert Beck, sales manager, The Residences at The Ritz Carlton, Westchester and Paula and Joe Cesarano, Century 21 Wolff, White Plains. The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester is the first of two towers being built as part of the $400 million, 940,000-square-foot Renaissance Square Complex being developed by Cappelli Enterprises.
Caption: Elizabeth and Dale Hemmerdinger, of Atco Properties and Management, unveiled a new viewing and sculpture garden, located in the interior courtyard of their two midtown residential buildings, 40 Central Park South and 41 West 58th Street. The viewing garden is the creation of landscape architect Ken Smith and features sculptures by Michele Oka Doner, Chaim Gross and Isamu Noguchi. The event was hosted by Douglas Blonsky, President of the Central Park Conservancy and was catered by Sarabeth's. Picture l-r: Ken Smith, Michele Oka Doner, Dale Hemmerdinger, Elizabeth Hemmerdinger and Douglas Blonsky, president of the Central Park Conservancy, in the Ken Smith garden next to a new bronze by Michele Oka Doner.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Nov 8, 2006|
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