Midboro’s Wolfe elected REBNY’s residential management exec of year

TRD New York /
Mar.March 02, 2012 11:00 AM

Michael Wolfe, president of Midboro Management, has been named residential management executive of the year by the Real Estate Board of New York, REBNY announced today, for his “excellence in residential management, his longevity in the field and his commitment to the residential management community.”

Midboro, a Manhattan-based full-service property management firm and brokerage, manages more than 90 luxury co-op, condominium, rental and commercial properties, REBNY said, including the Jade condominium at 16 West 19th Street and the Onyx building at 261 West 28th Street.

Wolfe was honored at the 14th annual Residential Management Leadership Awards Breakfast at the Roosevelt Hotel, this morning, according to a statement from REBNY. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer was the keynote speaker at the event.

“REBNY is pleased to honor Michael as an excellent representative of the leadership that exists in residential management,” said REBNY President Steven Spinola. “His experience and years of hard work have earned him this recognition.”

When contacted by The Real Deal, Wolfe said his role in the property management business continues to be rewarding.

“As we approach our 50th year, we continue to provide ourselves on client retention,” he said. “We are the ultimate service business — maintaining and enhancing the quality of life for those that live in the properties manage. The first 25 years has gone by quickly and I look forward to the next 25 years positively representing this industry.” — Katherine Clarke

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