Inside Slate’s annual investor party: PHOTOS

David Schwartz and Martin Nussbaum host top industry players

TRD New York /
Jun.June 28, 2017 06:00 PM

Slate Property Group held its annual investor and partner party Tuesday night among the terraced rooftops at Rockefeller Center.

Top industry brokers, lenders and developers mingled at the event space at 620 Fifth Avenue, which offered views of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Trump Tower in the distance.

“Everyone has their party during the holidays,” Slate managing director Michael Zampetti said. “It’s a busy time of year, so we hold ours in the summer.”

Neil Madsen and Martin NussbaumTerry Quinn, Ray Quinn and David SchwartzAaron Malinsky and Bob KnakalJoseph E. Fingerman and Simon ShkuryAlex Kyriazis and Marie PakzadTom Bermingham, Adam Doneger, Brian Cooper and Jay LevintonDavid Behin and Diana BoutrossAdi Chugh and Adi BediMichael Zampetti, Coby Shalam and Ari ShalamJane Kim, Stephen Lascher, Debbie Zolan and Robin SchneidermanSteve Krasman, Roded Leviathan, Shira Dulberg and Brian Lichter

Company founders Martin Nussbaum and David Schwartz sat down with The Real Deal last month for an in-depth conversation on topics such as their favorite deals and 421a.


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