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IN PICTURES: UJA honors David Greenbaum

More than 600 people gathered to honor David R. Greenbaum, president of the New York Division of Vornado Realty Trust, at UJA-Federation of New York’s Real Estate Division Annual Luncheon. The event, which took place at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, raised nearly $1.7 million in Mr. Greenbaum’s honor, for UJA-Federation’s annual campaign.  

Luncheon chair Steven Roth, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Vornado Realty Trust, presented Mr. Greenbaum with the Jack D. Weiler Award in recognition of his outstanding professional achievements and commitment to philanthropy. Jonathan M. Estreich, founder of Estreich & Company, and chair of UJA-Federation’s Real Estate Division, opened the program and paid tribute to the late real estate giants Eugene M. Grant and George S. Kaufman.

Among those also in attendance to celebrate Mr. Greenbaum were luncheon chair Leonard Boxer of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP; Lloyd Goldman of BLDG Management; Fredric H. Gould of Gould Investors; Jeffrey R. Gural of GFP Real Estate; Richard J. Mack of Mack Real Estate Group; William L. Mack of Mack Real Estate Group; journal chair Andrea L. Olshan of Olshan Properties; Morton L. Olshan of Olshan Properties; and Leonard A. Wilf of Garden Homes.

David R. Greenbaum and Jonathan M. Estreich
William L. Mack, Richard J. Mack, Michael Boxer, and Leonard Boxer
Michael Olshan, Morton L. Olshan, Carole Olshan, and Andrea L. Olshan
Jonathan M. Estreich, Leonard Boxer, David R. Greenbaum, Steven Roth, and Andrea L. Olshan
Leonard Boxer, Leonard A. Wilf, William L. Mack, and Morton L. Olshan
Harvey Schulweis and Jeffrey A. Schoenfeld
Michael Vickers and Laura Greenfield
Jonathan L. Mechanic and David R. Greenbaum
Michael Boxer, Peter A. Cohen, Leonard Boxer, and Lloyd Goldman

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