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BOMA New York Holiday Luncheon

Completing a year of producing record-setting events, the Building Owners & Managers Association of New York entertained close to 900 commercial real estate executives at the Grand Hyatt for its Annual Holiday Luncheon.  Highlights include the induction of its new Officers and Directors; awarding nine professionals a BOMA New York Scholarship and presenting the Civic Betterment Award to Tuesday’s Children.  The featured entertainment was a remarkable and extraordinary performance by Peter Merrett and Doug Lipp.

Celebratory Balloons Fall during BOMA’s Holiday Luncheon
Scholarship Recipients:
L-R: BOMA NY Chair & CEO Hani J. Salama, PE/LEED AP (Capital Properties), 2020 Scholarship Recipients Anthony Mojica (Winter Properties), Shana Smolinsky (Transwestern), Melissa Reed (CBRE), Michael DeLucia (SL Green Realty Corp.), Ronald D’Amato (SL Green Realty Corp.), Benjamin Losi (RXR Realty), and Scholarship Committee Chair Gail P. Duke, RPA/CPM (NYL Investors LLC). Not pictured: Armanda Estrada  (Newmark Knight Frank), Itamar Hematian (H & K 833 Associates, LLC), Kevyn States (EQ Office)
 
BOMA International Chair Scott Jones (at podium) swears in the new officers and Directors for the term beginning January 1, 2020:
L – R: Matthew McAvoy (Vornado Realty Trust), Joseph Ferdinando (Building Security Services & Systems), Scott Jones (BOMA International), Chair & CEO Hani J. Salama, Carolina Ramos (Rockhill Management LLC), Ronald S. Zeccardi (Cresa NY), Vice-Chair Matthew J. Duthie (Newark Knight Frank) and Secretary Patrick J. Dolan (The Durst Organization). Not pictured are Treasurer Cynthia M. Boyea (The Paramount Group) and Director Michael Sullivan (Avison Young)
Civic Betterment Award:
BOMA NY Civic Betterment Committee Member John Esslinger (Boston Properties) and BOMA NY Chair & CEO Hani J. Salama (Capital Properties) present the Civic Betterment Award to Tuesday’s Children, represented by John Fitzsimmons (APF Properties).
L-R: Peter Merrett and Doug Lipp – Featured Entertainment
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