Retail heavyweights turn out for children’s charity benefit

Joe Moinian was guest of honor at event attended by Sutton, Cayre and Cheras

New York /
Feb.February 14, 2018 02:45 PM

Some of the biggest names from the city’s Syrian real estate scene turned out Monday night for a charity to benefit the Center for Special Children in Lakewood, New Jersey.

Jeff Sutton, Joe Cayre and Stanley and Haim Chera were among the attendees at the event, which was held at Gotham Hall.

Moinian Group founder Joe Moinian was the guest of honor for the second-annual fundraiser; last year it was Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties.

Harry and Alex Adjmi, Robert Wolf of Read Property Group, Greystone Company’s Stephen Rosenberg, Gideon Asset Management’s JoJo Chehebar and Treetop Development’s Adam Mermelstein were among others in attendance.

Headquartered in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish enclave of Lakewood, the non-sectarian center is half way toward its goal of raising $10 million to build a 30,000-square-foot addition to its campus serving children with special needs, organizers told The Real Deal.


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