New York, NY – The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), the City’s leading real estate trade association, will gather members of the residential property management industry on October 25th for the 22nd Annual Residential Management Leadership Breakfast. The event will feature keynote remarks from Dan Garodnick, Director of the New York City Department of City Planning and Chair of the City Planning Commission, and celebrate the accomplishments of residential real estate professionals, including honoring four leaders for outstanding work in the field.
The Residential Management and Rising Star honors are selected by REBNY’s planning committee while the Building Service and Superintendent honors are selected in partnership with 32BJ SEIU, the largest property services union in the United States. This year’s honorees include Albert E. Mayas of Charles H. Greenthal Corp for Residential Management Executive of the Year. Caryl Hock of Douglas Elliman for Building Service Employee of the Year. Robert Ammiano of Ogden CAP Properties for Superintendent of the Year. Bianca Taveras of Orsid Realty Corp. for Rising Star of the Year.
“The real estate industry is the backbone of New York City’s economy thanks to the hard work, dedication, and skill of property management professionals,” said REBNY President James Whelan. “Together, the essential workforce of property managers and building service workers helped New Yorkers overcome the pandemic, and with their help, New York City will come back stronger than ever. We’re extremely grateful to celebrate our partners in property management at this upcoming event.”
Receiving the top honor at this year’s event, Albert E. Mayas has worked in the real estate industry for more than 40 years and is now Director of Management, Executive Managing Director, and Executive Vice President at Charles H. Greenthal Corp. In this role, he helps oversee more than 250 properties in the firm’s portfolio. The Executive of the Year honor recognizes a REBNY member of superior accomplishment from the residential management industry.
“During the pandemic, the partnership between building service workers and property managers proved essential to the city’s fight against COVID-19,” said 32BJ SEIU President Kyle Bragg. “Now, it is more vital than ever that we continue our work together as we rebuild New York’s economy. 32BJ SEIU congratulates all of the honorees.”
The breakfast will take place Tuesday, October 25th from 8:30-11:00 am at the New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, 3rd Floor Grand Ballroom. Tickets can be purchased at https: https://bit.ly/3RYmPlH