10B — August 14 - 27, 2015 — New Jersey — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P eople & C ompany N ews

Alfred Sanzari hosts broker appreciation event

The Jeffrey Siegel Memorial Golf & Tennis Outing IOREBA welcomes new 2015-2016 slate of officers


EST ORANGE, NJ — The Industrial and Office Real

Estate Brokers Association of the New YorkMetropoli- tan Area (IOREBA) , recently hosted its 46th Annual Jeffrey Siegel Memorial Golf and Ten- nis Outing at the Crestmont Country Club inWest Orange. IOREBA’s annual golf out- ing brings the New Jersey real estate community together, and is a time to welcome the organization’s new slate of officers. Current president, Adam Silver , managing director of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank handed the traditional gavel to IOREBA’s incoming president, Rob DiLeo , prin- cipal of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co., and then introduced the 2015-2016 new slate of officers, which includes vice president Jonathan Glick of Sheldon Gross Realty ; sec- retary Jon Tesser of Colliers International ; and treasurer Tom Romano of Colliers In- ternational. “It was a tremendous honor serving as president of one of the best commercial real estate organizations in the metropolitan area,” said Sil- ver. “We have a great team of HILLSIDE, NJ — NAIOP New Jersey ’s Community Action Project has become an important date on the calen- dar each year, and for 2015, for the 6th year in a row, the commercial real estate de- velopment association once again volunteered with on- site assistance and through donations of food and funds to aid the Community Food Bank of New Jersey (CFBNJ). On July 10, chapter members, colleagues, family members and staff volunteered for the day at CFBNJ’s headquarters and warehouse in Hillside, sorting incoming donations, repacking food and household items, and preparing food boxes to feed hungry NJ resi- dents in 18 counties. “Nearly 100 volunteers par- ticipated in the day-long ef- fort this year,” said Michael McGuinness , CEO of NAIOP New Jersey. “The turnout was the largest yet and clearly demonstrates our members’

Broker appreciation event aboard the luxury yacht The Lexington

three-course dinner for two at Pancetta Regional Kitchen & Wine Bar; and four American Express gift cards. Celebrating its 70th anni- versary in 2015, Alfred San- zari Enterprises’ commercial portfolio includes 650,000 s/f of class A office space at Glenpointe in Teaneck, one of the state’s foremost mixed-use developments; Court Plaza in Hackensack, a three-building office com- plex located across from the Bergen County Courthouse; Heights Plaza in Hasbrouck Heights; Elmwood Park Plaza in Elmwood Park; the mixed- use Alfred N. Sanzari Medical Arts Building in Hackensack; Summit Plaza in Hackensack, a 100,000 s/f retail center; and several well-located indus- trial parks. n

HACKENSACK, NJ — Al- fred Sanzari Enterprises , one of New Jersey’s foremost real estate developers, own- ers and managers – recently welcomed 50 commercial real estate brokers to a broker ap- preciation event aboard the luxury yacht The Lexington. Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ employees and guests boarded The Lexington at Liberty Landing Marina in Jersey City for a four-hour cocktail party and casino night cruise around New York City. The evening was enhanced by magnificent views of the Manhattan skyline and Stat- ue of Liberty, and spectacular weather. Several prizes were awarded to brokers in at- tendance including two iPad minis; a one-night stay at the Marriott at Glenpointe with a

Shown from left: Rob DiLeo, principal of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co; Adam Silver, managing director of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.

officers that are truly focused and dedicated to providing excellent educational and networking opportunities for our membership, and I thank them greatly for their sup- port throughout the year,” remarked Silver in his closing speech. “Rob is a great friend and an excellent leader, and I am confident he will maintain

IOREBA’s level of excellence serving as your new presi- dent.” In addition to the golf outing and tennis tournament, guests were treated to a networking and dinner reception, followed by prizes, a 50/50 drawing and raffle giveaways ranging from tablets to cameras to televi- sions. n

The Solomon Organization donates $15K to celebrate 10 year anniversary in NY

NAIOP NJ Community Action volunteers aid Community Food Bank of New Jersey

Shown from left: Halfmoon Councilman, Paul Hoteling; Ronald McDonald House representatives, Don Weyand, Kathy Recher and Roger Grout; WRGB CBS-6 Anchor, Liz Bishop; Clifton Park Supervisor, Phil Barrett; Halfmoon Supervisor, Kevin Tollisen; Clifton Park Councilwoman, Amy Standaert; Solomon Organization Managing Director, Sean Depe w

Community Action Day, July 10th, 2015

long-standing commitment to community service. We sin- cerely thank our volunteers for their efforts and donations in this worthy cause. Every dollar donated equates to 10 dollars of food-buying power for the food bank.” NAIOP’s 2015 Commu- nity Action Committee is chaired by John Mikula of HFF and Lauren Richter

of The Rockefeller Group , and the volunteer project is coordinated by NAIOP NJ director of policy and commu- nications BarbaraMorford . A lunch break in CFBNJ’s Community Room, provid- ed by the CFBNJ’s on-site Service Training Academy, “Stone Soup,” was sponsored by Elberon Development Group . n

Lakes community in Clifton Park. The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region was the big winner, walking away with $10,000, and Clifton Park Chabad and MohawkHudsonHumane Soci- ety received $3,000 and $2,000 donations respectively. n

CLIFTONPARK, NJ —On Thurs., July 16th, Summit, NJ- based The Solomon Organi- zation celebrated its 10-year anniversary in New York’s Capital Region by donating $15,000 to local charities in its Give a Chance lottery event held at the developer’s Twin

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