16C — November. 13 - December 10, 2020 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


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28th Annual NJ Family Business of the Year Awards Alfred Sanzari Ent. named a finalist in awards program PHILADELPHIA, PA —

Hilco Redev. Partners provides Phila. learning center details

• Direct involvement by Hilco Redevelopment Partners lead- ership to provide the School District of Philadelphia insight and guidance on the curriculum design and development of work-based learning experi- ences. • Partnering with The Phila - delphia School District’s Office of Academic Support and The City of Philadelphia’s Com- merce Department to generate in-person or virtual career awareness activities, job fairs, and job shadowing opportuni- ties as well as work-site tours. “Through these and other commitments, we are confident that Hilco Redevelopment Part- ners and their contractors will become an invested partner in the City and District’s Career Connected Learning initiative,” saidWilliamR. Hite, Jr., Ed.D., superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia. “By engaging Hilco’s leadership, we see an enormous opportunity to create real-world career-based training that not only makes education more relevant but builds direct pipelines to per- manent employment. Hilco Redevelopment Partners will invest its own resources and leverage the resources of its partners to achieve our goal and prepare our students for the jobs of the future.” In addition to securing com- mitments from Philadelphia Works, the company is propos- ing partnerships with over a dozen schools and youth devel- opment organizations through- out Philadelphia to assist in ensuring District students and graduates have the exposure and preparation needed to join the Hilco Redevelopment Part- ners team and/or contribute as active members of Philadel- phia’s workforce. About Hilco Redevelopment Partners Hilco Redevelopment Part- ners provides a single inte- grated solution to maximize the value of industrial sites to efficiently redevelop complex assets by considering and addressing the needs of all stakeholders. As an industry leader in redeveloping large industrial projects, Hilco Re- development Partners is a trusted partner and principal investor that creates excep- tional value by developing and managing state-of-the-art warehouses, fulfillment cen - ters, and industrial facilities located near major transporta- tion hubs, ports, and strategic infrastructure assets to create supply chain efficiencies for end-users. MAREJ

Hilco Redevelopment Part- ners released the details of the Career Connected Learning system presented to the School District of Philadelphia to help prepare Philadelphia School District students for the jobs of tomorrow. The proposal supports real-world classroom readiness training for Philadel- phia School District students and prioritizes preparing high school graduates to pursue careers and advancement op- portunities. Hilco Redevelop- ment Partners, the real estate development unit of Hilco Globa l, remediates and rede- velops complex and obsolete industrial properties. Philadelphia’s Career Con- nected Learning systempropos- al lays out a large-scale plan to pair meaningful, high-quality, on-the-job experiences with classroom training to prepare all students to compete for good jobs and earn industry-valued post-secondary credentials. “We commend the School Board’s considerable effort to ensure all young people gradu- ate from high school prepared to pursue sustainable careers that pay a living wage and cre- ate ongoing opportunities to advance,” said Roberto Perez , CEO of Hilco Redevelopment Partners. “We believe this is a powerful and meaningful step toward simultaneously meet- ing community needs while providing broad inducements to attract world-class employers eager to tap a well-trained and prepared workforce.” The Career Connected Learn- ing system comes with a num- ber of measurable commit- ments placed on Hilco and its contractors, starting with the company securing $1 million of services from Philadelphia Works to assist with the design and early implementation of career preparation activities. These activities include pre- apprenticeships to prepare students upon graduation to participate in apprenticeships and other post-secondary train- ing necessary to secure perma- nent employment. Other elements of the Career Connected Learning system include: • The creation of virtual in - formational interview days to help students identify areas of interest for future apprentice- ships. • Partnering with the local youth organizations to de- velop and make available paid, career-connected summer in- ternships to Philadelphia high school students.

ACKENSACK, NJ — Alfred Sanzari En- terprises , a family- owned and operated commer- cial and residential real estate firm, announces it has been named a finalist at the 28th Annual New Jersey Family Business of the Year Awards. Alfred Sanzari Enterprises was one of seven family-owned busi- nesses honored at the awards program which took place vir- tually on October 21st. Also named a finalist in the Family Business of the Year Awards in 2018, this recognition marks the second time Alfred Sanzari Enterprises has been honored. Hosted by the Rothman In- stitute of Innovation and En- trepreneurship of Fairleigh Dickinson University, the Fam- ily Business of the Year Awards recognize New Jersey family businesses that have show- cased superior dedication to their industry, commitment to family values, vision, and con- tribution to their communities. Currently celebrating its 75th anniversary, Alfred San- zari Enterprises has long been one of New Jersey’s most re- spected commercial real estate developers and property man- agers. Guided by the founding ideals espoused by Alfred San- zari Enterprises’ namesake, Alfred Sanzari, the firmhas ad - hered to the highest standards of integrity and trustworthi- ness in every aspect of its work H

over seven-plus decades. As the firm enters its third gen - eration of family leadership, it continues to uphold those values in the management of its six-million-square-foot office, residential, industrial and hospitality portfolio and the communities where it is located. “It’s a remarkable honor to once again be recognized among some of New Jersey’s most prestigious family owned businesses,” said Ryan San- zar i, COO at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “The solid foun- dation my grandfather build for this company has ensured an unwavering commitment to our employees, our tenants, our family, and the communities in which we do business, all of whom have been instrumental in ensuring our firm’s success for over seven decades.” Today, Ryan Sanzari, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ third generation of family leader- ship, guides the company while drawing on the expertise and wisdom of his father, David Sanzari, and uncle, Ben San- zari, who are still deeply in- volved in the trajectory of the organization. Building upon the organization’s 75 years of success, Ryan Sanzari is car- rying on the company’s legacy while creating a more agile and efficient company that is well- equipped to take on the real estate challenges of the future. By streamlining the com- pany’s operational aspects, the firm has taken strides to remodel its departmental structure, reporting lines, infrastructure, and software capabilities to help prepare the company for another 75 years of success. MAREJ Shown from left: David Sanzari, Alfred Sanzari, Ben Sanzari; (2) David Sanzari, Ryan Sanzari

Elliott of Barley Snyder Partner named Fellow in The Construction Lawyers Society of America

fields, according to the organi - zation. Fellowship is limited and selective, with lawyers being invited into fellowship upon a proven record of excel- lence and accomplishment in construction law at both the trial and appellate levels. “This is one of the leading groups of construction attor- neys in the country,” Elliott said. “It’s an honor for me to be considered to join their ranks, let alone to be invited as a fellow. The benefits of being included can only enhance the service I give to my clients.” The CLSA also seeks a high level of diversity in its selection process and is dedicated to pro- moting superior advocacy and ethical standards in construc- tion law, as well as fostering a scholarly and advanced ex- change of ideas in all practices related to the specialty.

Elliott is also a member of the Keystone Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors and the Build- ing Industry Association of Lancaster County. She also is the secretary for and is on the board of directors of the Lititz Regional Community Develop- ment Corp and is on the board of directors for Venture Lititz. Barley Snyder is a law firm based in central Pennsylvania with more than 100 attorneys practicing from offices located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Harrisburg, Malvern, Hanover, Gettysburg and Schuylkill Ha- ven, PA, and Hunt Valley and Columbia, MD. The firm serves businesses, individuals and or- ganizations in all major areas of civil law including: business, employment, immigration, em- ployee benefits and finance & creditors’ rights. MAREJ

LANCASTER, PA — The Construction Lawyers So- ciety of America has named Barley Sny- der partner Ma r i a D i S t r a v o l o Elliott as a f e l l ow, the culmination of a highly selective pro- cess to whit- tle down the country’s best construction attorneys. Elliott is a former chair of the firm’s Construction Indus - try Group, and is the current chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. The CLSA is an invitation- only, international honorary association composed of pre- eminent lawyers specializing in construction law and related Maria Di Stravolo Elliott

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