Brett Greenberg

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  • Jack Resnick & Sons Makes Promotions

    Brett Greenberg has taken over as the firm’s new executive managing director of leasing, replacing the recently retired industry veteran Dennis Brady. Adam Rappaport has taken over Greenberg's former position as managing director of leasing.

    New York 09 June 2017 15:58

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