Join Us in NYC as We Honor Our 2019 Award Winners
- Sep 17, 2019
Join us on October 3rd at 10 Grand Central in New York City for our annual celebration as we honor the winners of the Commercial Property Executive Distinguished Achievement Awards and the Multi-Housing News Excellence Awards. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and networking with high-level industry insiders, as well as a keynote speech from John O’Donnell, CEO of The Michaels Org. We hope to see you there!
About our awards
The MHN Excellence Awards and the CPE Distinguished Achievement Awards recognize the multifamily industry’s most noteworthy people, companies and properties. The 2019 winners were selected by a panel of judges representing expertise across all multifamily and commercial disciplines.
About John O’Donnell
John O’Donnell is chief executive officer of The Michaels Organization, a national real estate leader with more than $4.5 billion in assets that serves more than 135,000 residents in 370 rental communities across 35 states, D.C., and the US Virgin Islands. The Michaels Organization’s expertise includes all aspects of housing development, construction, property and asset management, tax credit syndication and mortgage financing.
Under O’Donnell’s strategic direction, The Michaels Organization has more than doubled in size and grown its portfolio by more than 100 properties. O’Donnell has led the organization into new lines of business, including military and student housing as well as full-service construction.
About 10 Grand Central
Marx Realty, a New York-based owner, developer and manager of office, retail and multifamily properties across the United States, completed the expansive amenity space added to the seventh floor at the recently rebranded 10 Grand Central. As part of a $48 million repositioning of the Ely Jacques Kahn-designed office tower located at 155 E. 44th St., the 7,500-square-foot indoor/outdoor lounge, terrace and conference space now features a hotel-like ambiance with plush seating, a conference facility with a 36-seat table and an outdoor terrace with an aesthetic reminiscent of a 1930s-era garden party. Additionally, the company unveiled a redesigned lobby.
The repositioning represents a distinct design disruption in the office sector with a hospitality-like appeal that includes details such as a signature scent, customizable mood music and video art installations throughout the building.
All ticket proceeds will be donated to Habitat for Humanity New York City.