The Building Owners and Managers Association of Westchester (BOMA) has announced that Simone Development Companies and Argent Ventures and will be the honorees at BOMA’s 30th Annual Hall of Honor Awards Dinner to be held Thursday, May 12 at Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill in Tarrytown. The honorees will be recognized for their contributions to Westchester’s economy.
Simone Development Companies is a fully integrated private real estate investment and development company that acquires and develops healthcare, mixed-use, office, industrial, retail and residential properties. Headquartered at the Hutchinson Metro Center, it boasts a portfolio of over 7 million square feet throughout the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Long Island, Westchester, Orange and Fairfield Counties and New Jersey. With services spanning acquisition, development, construction, finance, asset management, accounting, leasing and property management, Simone Development Companies is set apart by its creatively oriented management team, long-term asset ownership and its pursuit of visionary development. Simone Development owns and manages over 2 million square feet of commercial real estate in Westchester County. The company’s Westchester properties include Boyce Thompson Center in Yonkers, Purchase Professional Park in Purchase, 80 Nardozzi Place in New Rochelle, 104 Corporate Park Drive in Harrison, One Zeiss Drive in Thornwood and 250 E. Sandford Boulevard in Mount Vernon.
Argent Ventures is a vertically-integrated, diversified real estate investment and development firm specializing in opportunistic, and value-add transactions throughout the United States. Founded in 1997 and headquartered in New York City, Argent Ventures pursues debt- and equity-related investments in any asset class. Since its inception, Argent has purchased over $3.0 billion in real estate assets and debt instruments in major markets in the United States and Europe. Argent Ventures recently announced its acquisition of White Plains Plaza for $105 million. The complex is composed of two 15-story office buildings totaling 715,365 square feet of office space.
Additionally, the Distinguished Service Award will be presented to All
First Responders of Westchester County. Richard Wishnie, Commissioner of Emergency Services of Westchester County, will be accepting the award on their behalf.
The dinner will also feature the winners of the Best of BOMA Westchester County Signature Awards and the Unsung Hero Award.
For more information about tickets and sponsorship opportunities contact Marianne Carney at (800) 726-6224