TRD building contest winners revealed

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Sep.September 16, 2010 12:30 PM

Three people get to attend The Real Deal’s 6th annual forum at Alice Tully Hall on Oct. 13 for free

Where am I? 47 West 12th Street!

The Real Deal kicked off a contest yesterday to identify the building in the photo with a prize — a free ticket to The Real Deal’s sixth annual forum, a $90 value — going to the first three people to answer correctly. Well, the winners are Bryan Rubin of Tribeca Associates, Jonathan Nachmani of the Jackson Group and Thomas Nakios of New York-based fashion line Lilla P. And the building address is 47 West 12th Street. The forum is being held Oct. 13 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. The theme this year: “The Road to Recovery.” Click here for more information about the forum. Panelists include Ian Schrager, chairman and CEO of Ian Schrager Company, Jeff Blau, president of Related Companies, Daniel Tishman, CEO of Tishman Construction and Howard Lorber, chairman of Prudential Douglas Elliman. Fox Business News anchor Brian Sullivan will be moderating the event. TRD


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