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Kenneth D. Laub & Co., Inc.

Kenneth D. Laub & Co., Inc. has appointed Richard M. Warshauer, executive vice president, and Robert F. Greenwald, vice president, Kenneth D. Laub, president of the company announced.

Warshauer and Greenwald jointly bring over 25 years of real estate experience to the Laub company, which has consummated more than $23 billion worth of transactions since it was founded in 1969.

They will be responsible for the origination and implementation of major leasing and sales transactions as well as consulting activities on behalf of major corporate users and property owners and lenders. Both executives will also play key administrative roles in the Laub organization. Warshauer (photo), who has been responsible for more than $700 million in real estate transactions, rejoins the Laub organization where he had previously served as Vice President. During that period he was responsible for major leasing assignments, including the new corporate headquarters of Dow Jones & Co. at the World Financial Center, the Ladies Homes Journal (Family Nedia) at Three Park Avenue, and numerous assignments for AMAX, the metals concern.

He was recently executive vice president in charge of leasing at S.L. Green Real Estate Inc., a middle market New York City property owner. Earlier he was senior vice president and assistant to the president of Williams Real Estate Co., Inc., one of New York's largest leasing, management and ownership concerns. Warshauer was heavily involved in corporate administration, new business development and the ownership portfolio. He also helped create a national network of independent real estate companies, ICRS. He also helped sell Two Park Avenue in a record six-week assignment for $151.5 million.

Before starting his brokerage career at the Laub company, Warshauer held a number of executive positions at the New York Daily News, where he started his career as a reporter. His last assignment at the News was the day-to-day oversight of the company's real estate portfolio, which included the rerenting of its home office building, 220 East 42nd Street, at 100 percent over rent achievement budget. This enabled the building to be sold in 1982, providing the paper with a much needed cash infusion.

Warshauer is a graduate of Cornell University and Horace Mann School. Robert F. Greenwald (photo), joined Kenneth D. Laub & Company with over ten years of real estate investment banking experience at Shearson Lehman Brothers Inc.

At Shearson, Greenwald was a senior executive responsible for real estate acquisitions, institutional equity and mortgage financing placements, investment sales, securitized equity and debt financing transactions, pension advisory activities and consulting services to institutions and developers. He was involved in the origination and structuring of over $1.5 billion of real estate equity and mortgage investments and has negotiated leases on 5 million square feet of corporate office space.

Greenwald was a member of the investment committee of Shearson Lehman Realty Advisors Inc., a registered investment advisor, organized to provide real estate investment management services to pension funds and other large pools of capital.

Prior to joining Shearson, Greenwald was a taxation specialist at Arthur Andersen & Company where he specialized in real estate investment offerings and corporate and partnership taxation matters.

Greenwald has a juris doctorate degree from Brooklyn Law School and a BA from Queens College where he graduated with honors in accounting.
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Title Annotation:appoints Richard M. Warshauer as executive vice president and Robert F. Greenwald as vice president
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Biography
Date:Mar 11, 1992
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