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AROUND TOWN: Events you need to know about

NYARM Exposition

Dec. 4: New York Association of Realty Managers, NYARM, hosts its Annual Exposition. Free for building, property, facility managers, owners, landlords, co-op/condo boards, resident managers, superintendents, operating engineers. Up to date content regarding: Energy Commodities Swaps; Legal & Engineering Issues; Elevator Technology New & Old; Collaborative Panel Discussions; Management Certification and Professional Development Classes; Building Wellness Program; Compliance Trainings and; Popular Industry Networking. Advance Registration is Required www.nyarm.com LOCATION is 500 Eighth Ave @ West 35th St., 3rd Floor, NYC. Contact Margie Russell, Executive Director for Exhibit Booths, Table Tops, Sponsorships and Nonmember pricing 212-216 -0654 mrussell@nyarm.com

NAIOP Update

Dec. 4: NAIOP New Jersey, the commercial real estate development association will host Building a Better NJ Series: Transportation & Logistics Update at the Carpenters Apprentice Training Center, 75 Fieldcrest Avenue, Edison, NJ. Registration/Networking 7:45 a.m., Program 8:30-11:15 a.m. The series offers the latest information on keeping goods and people moving through the Garden State, as well as the hot buttons and trends influencing Corporate America’s site selection process. Featured speakers will include Kevin Corbett, NJ Transit; Steve Pastor, NAI James E. Hanson; Anne Strauss-Wieder, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority; Steve Shulein, National Retail Systems/Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers; Frank Sacr, Gateway Program Development Corporation; Jon Carnegie, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers; and Cheryl Kastrenakes, Greater Mercer TMA.

AREPA Holiday Party

Dec. 4: The Asian Real Estate Professional Association (AREPA) will host a Holiday Networking Event from 6-9 p.m at The Third Floor Cafe located at 315 Fifth Avenue (3rd Floor). The event is free for 2019 AREPA Members. There will be a $20 charge for entry to this event. $25 at the door. For further information for this event, please go to www.arepainc.org

UJA-Federation Dinner

Dec. 9: UJA-Federation of New York will welcome 2,000 financial professionals and philanthropists at its annual Wall Street Dinner at the New York Hilton Midtown at 53rd Street beginning with cocktail reception at 5 p.m. Barbara G. Novick, vice chairman and co-founder of BlackRock, will receive the Gustave L. Levy Award.. Adam R. Schwartz, co-chief investment officer and head of Real Estate at Angelo Gordon, will receive the Alan C. Greenberg Young Leadership Award. for information, contatc Julie Robinson, jrobinson@rubenstein.com, 212.843.9341

ICSC New York Deal Making

Dec. 10-12: The International Council of Shipping Centers New York Dealmaking Convention take place at the Javits Center. “New Trends. New Tenants. New Technology” is this year’s theme. Among this year’s speakers are Amedeo Claris, CEO, Mercato Metropolitano Food Hall, Michelle Zhao, VP Retail Expansion, Rebag, Ken Bernstein, Past ICSC Chairmain, President & CEO, Acadia Realty Trust, Carren Coston, Director of Real Estate, Shake Shack, Daniel Katz, Managing Partner, Katz Properties Retail. For information, visit www.icsc.com

CREW Cocktails

Dec. 10: Commercial Real Estate Women New York will celebrate the holidays with it Annual Holiday Cocktail Party at The Columbus Citizens Foundation from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. For details visit www.crewny.org

Empire Ball

Dec. 11: The Real Estate Division of the Diabetes Research Institute will host the annual Empire Ball at the Grand Hyatt in New York City . The fundraiser aims to raise $1.5 million in support of the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI), located at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. This year’s Empire Ball honors Simon Wasserberger, Senior Vice President, EQ Office, Robert Scheinman, Principal, J.T. Magen & Company Inc, and Mark Gregorio, President, TEI Group. The black-tie-suggested affair will begin at 6 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt (109 East 42nd Street at Lexington Avenue) with a cocktail reception, followed by dinner and dancing. For more information visit www.diabetesresearch.org

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