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Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC 2004 Casino Jazz Night.

REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY RAISES MORE THAN $850,000 FOR BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NEW YORK CITY

The Organization's Casino Jazz Night honors Scott Rechler, President & CEO of Reckson Associates and Evan R. Kulman, Managing Director of Equity Office Properties Trust.

NEW YORK, Summer 2004-- The real estate industry committee on behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City raised more than $850,000 in support of the non-profit organization on its 5th annual Casino Jazz Night at Cipriani 42nd Street, according to Paul N. Glickman, an Executive Vice President of Cushman & Wakefield, a co-chair of the event and a Trustee of Big Brothers Big Sisters. The fund-raising event honored Scott Rechler, President & CEO of Reckson Associates and Evan R. Kulman, Managing Director of Equity Office Properties Trust for their commitment and contributions to Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City.

The event was sold-out and was attended by more than 750 guests. Scott Rechler and Evan Kulman were honored and cited for their dedication to the organization and their fund-raising efforts. Scott and Evan both work to make a positive difference in our community, Mr. Glickman said.

The event chairs, who played an instrumental role, in fundraising for the event were Paul N. Glickman, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., Jeffrey B. Citrin, Blackacre Capital Management, LLC, Darcy A. Stacom, CB Richard Ellis, Brett S. Greenberg, Equity Office Properties Trust, Jason Barnett, Reckson Associates Realty Corporation, Tod Waterman, Reckson Associates Realty Corporation, Bradley A. Kaufman, Seyfarth Shaw LLP and Hunter T. Carter, Arent Fox PLLC 2004 marks Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City 100th Anniversary. Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBS) is the oldest and largest mentoring organization in the country. Over the century the needs of New York City's youth have evolved and BBBS has created innovative programs to address them. In addition to mentoring a large general population of youth in need, we have developed programs to support special groups of at risk children including; youth in trouble with the law, teenage mothers, children of new immigrants and children effected by the 9/11 tragedy.

Tom Bakke, Equity Office Properties Trust, Deborah & Paul Glickman, Cushman & Wakefield, Dr. & Mrs. Sheldon Glickman

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Darcy Stacom, CBRE, Jon Mechanic, Fried Frank, Bill Shanohan, CBRE, Gentry Hoyt, Shorenstein Company

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Linda Neely, The Knoll Group, Tony Mann, E-J Electric, BBBS Guests, Brian Rothchild

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Lee Siracuse, Equity Office Properties Trust, David Greenbaum, Vornado Realty Trust, Brett Greenburg, Equity Office Properties Trust, Chip Owen, Equity Office properties Trust

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Evan Kulman, Equity Office Properties Trust, Mr. & Mrs. Kulman

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Evan Kulman, Equity Office Properties Trust, Scott Rechler, Reckson Associates

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Tod Waterman, Reckson Associates, Hunter Carter, Arent Fox, Evan Kulman, Equity Office Properties Trust, Brad Kaufman, Seyfarth Shaw, LLP

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Scott Rechler, Reckson Associates, Paul Glickman, Cushman & Wakefield, Evan Kulman, Equity Office Properties Trust

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Wendy Sussman, Tri-Star Construction Corp., Joe Cabrera, Cushman & Wakefield, Maureen Waters, Cushman & Wakefield, Steven Bauer, Cushman & Wakefield

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BBBS Event Chairs: Todd Waterman, Reckson Associates, Jason Barnett, Reckson Associates, Paul Glickman, Cushman & Wakefield, Darcy Stacom, CBRE, Brett Greenberg, Equity Office Properties Trust, Evan Kulman, Equity Office Properties Trust, Jeffrey Citrin, Blackacre Capital Management, LLC, Bradley Kaufman, Seyfarth Shaw LLp, Hunter Carter, Arent Fox PLLC

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Sal Bellino, Tri-Star Construction, Dr. Axel Stawski, Kipp-Stawski, Jack Irushalmi, Tri-Star Construction, Shawna Menifee, Cushman & Wakefield

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Jon Halpern, Marathon Assets, Scott Rechler, Reckson Associates, Paul Glickerman, Cushman & Wakefield, Mitti Liebersohn, Cushman & Wakefield

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BBBS Guests, Alex Gettleman, Aragon, LLC

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Stephen Green, S.L Green Realty Corp., Deborah & Paul Glickman, Cushman & Wakefield, Scott Rechler, Reckson Associates

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Rona Citrin, Jeff Citrin, Blackacre Capital Management, LLC, Darcy Stacom, CBRE, Laura Parsons, BBBS President

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Mitch Konsker, Cushman & Wakefield, Moshe Dan-Azogui, Brack Capital, Matt Astrachan, Cushman & Wakefield
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Title Annotation:Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Oct 27, 2004
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