See who made it to Moinian’s holiday bash

The developer held its annual party at CNVS on Far West Side

New York /
Dec.December 16, 2019 05:00 PM


Neither rain nor gloom of night stayed real estate professionals from the completion of their appointed rounds at the Moinian Group’s holiday party this year.

The Joseph Moinian–led firm hosted the event at CNVS, 635 West 42nd Street, near a 2-million-square-foot office tower it is building nearby at 3 Hudson Boulevard. The developer’s 2018 party was also held at CNVS.

With a downpour drenching the streets outside, guests milled about a large white room enlivened by a jazz band, several food and beverage stations, projectors displaying “Moinian Group” on each wall and miniature Ferris wheels stacked with snacks.


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