PHOTOS: Top RE execs raise their glasses at the Met Council’s cocktail reception

TRD New York /
Mar.March 11, 2019 01:00 PM

Some of the industry’s biggest players attended the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty’s real estate cocktail reception at the Mandarin Oriental on Feb. 26.

The organization, which provides social services to poor New Yorkers, welcomed Gary Barnett (Extell Development), Ziel Feldman (HFZ Capital Group), Jeffrey Feil (Feil Organization),  Joseph Allerhand (Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP), Stanley Chera (Crown Acquisitions), Brian Feil (Feil Organization), David Lichtenstein (The Lightstone Group), Richard Mack (Mack Real Estate Group), Lloyd Goldman (BLDG Management), Amir Korangy (The Real Deal), Seth Molod (The Lightstone Group), Lawrence Cohen (Pembroke Companies), Justin Ehrlich (Churchill Real Estate),  Abraham Fruchthandler (FBE Limited), Met Council CEO David Greenfield, Regina Krumholz (BLDG Management),  Jack Sukenik (Madison Commercial Real Estate), Adam Leitman Bailey and more.

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

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