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Outstanding Albanese honor.

Adelphi University is honoring Russell C. Albanese, president of the Albanese Organization, as the 2005 Outstanding Long Island Executive at the University's fifth annual President's Gala, an evening to benefit student scholarships.

The black-tie gala will be held on April 2 at the Garden City Hotel, Garden City, beginning with a cocktail hour at 7 p.m., followed by dinner and dancing. During the evening, the university will also honor Sharon G. Grosser '83, executive director of The Roslyn Savings Foundation, with the 2005 Outstanding Service to Adelphi award, and Jean Marie Salvatico '97, a Garden City resident, as the 2005 Outstanding Alumna.

The Albanese Organization is a Garden City based real estate development and management services firm dedicated to creating buildings of distinction, quality, and architectural merit. The firm has earned worldwide acclaim for its pioneering accomplishments in urban sustainable development exemplified by The Solaire, America's first environmentally responsible residential tower.

Albanese is an active member of numerous real estate and sustainable development committees: the NYBC, the Environmental Business Association of NY, and REBNY's Sustainable Urban Development Committee.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Mar 30, 2005
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