Mack-Cali hosts 'Broker Hall of Fame' awards breakfast.
Michael Grossman, senior vice president, spoke on the year's highlights and outlined the company's plans and broker opportunities for 2000. Members of the Leasing department staff presented awards for accomplishments during the year as well as raffle prizes.
Among the award recipients were John Hannigan of Choyce Peterson, Inc., for "Most Transactions by an Individual Broker"; Benson Commercial Realty, Inc. for "Most Transactions by a Firm"; Michael Siegel and Steven Greenbush of Insignia/ESG, Inc., for "Largest Lease of Office Space" (William Carter Company lease at 1000 Bridgeport Avenue in Shelton, Conn.); Joe DiScala of Alliance Partners, Inc., for "Largest Lease of Flex Space" (for the Fuji Medical Systems lease at 419 West Avenue in Stamford, Conn.); Michael Siegel of Insignia/ESG, Inc., for "Broker of the Year"; Robert Tunis of Williams Real Estate and John Hannigan of Choyce Peterson, Inc., for "Largest Build-to-Suit Transaction" (the Clarence House lease at 600 West Avenue on Stamford, Conn.); and Maureen O'Boyle of Cushman & Wakefield of CT, Inc., with the "Millennium Award" for the Telesector Resources Group lease at Two Blue Hill Plaza in Pearl River, New York.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||May 10, 2000|
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