Don’t miss The Real Deal’s night of toasts and laughs honoring Stephen Siegel

Event to benefit Gift of Life Marrow Registry to take place on Feb. 7

Feb.February 05, 2018 04:10 PM

Bob Knakal, Jonathan Mechanic, Stephen Siegel, Joanne Podell and Andrew Farkas

Real estate’s elite will be joining The Real Deal as we toast CBRE chairman of global brokerage Stephen Siegel and raise funds for the Gift of Life Marrow Registry at Guastavino’s in Midtown on Feb. 7.

To date, we have RSVPs from managing directors, partners, C-level executives and real estate pros from sponsors CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Fried Frank, Avison Young, Sidley, Colliers, EMMES, Taconic Investment Partners, SJP Properties, Ariel Advisors, MackCali, Paul Massey, Fairstead Capital, Solow Realty, Greenberg Traurig, Savills Studley and L&L Holding. Also in attendance will be top names from NGKF, Glenwood, Boston Properties, First American Title, Rudin Management, Ingram, Helmsley Spear and CBRE New York Consulting Group, Stagg, JT Magen, Stifel, George Comfort and Sons and many others.

Our evening will kick off with a cocktail hour complete with a photo booth, silent auction and other fun activities, followed by the toast and three course dinner. The Real Deal publisher Amir Korangy will make opening remarks and share a tribute video to Stephen Siegel. Seated on the dais will be our emcee for the evening, Bruce Mosler (Cushman & Wakefield), Andrew Farkas (Island Capital Group), Bob Knakal (Cushman & Wakefield), Jonathan Mechanic (Fried Frank), Arthur J. Mirante II (Avison Young), Joanne Podell (Cushman & Wakefield), and Alan Grossman, (ARG Realty). And in the spirit of family, Wendy Siegel will make the closing toast to her husband.

It’s not too late to sponsor a table or purchase tickets for a night of light-hearted humor, good deeds and great fun. Click here to find out more information.

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