PHOTOS: Slate Property Group’s annual investor and partner party

City's CRE players joined the firm at Gramercy Park Hotel

New York /
Jul.July 11, 2018 02:30 PM

The terrace of the Gramercy Park Hotel was filled with real estate players on Tuesday evening for Slate Property Group’s annual investor and partner party. Guests arrived decked out in suits and jackets despite the roughly 90 degree temperature to enjoy complimentary drinks and appetizers, along with views of the Manhattan skyline.

Slate principals Martin Nussbaum and David Schwartz were in attendance, along with TerraCRG founder Ofer Cohen, Ackman-Ziff principal Jason Krane and Marcus & Millichap broker Joe Koicim.

Check out the above slideshow to see pictures from the event.


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