Real Estate Board of New York

  • Flipping the Script

    Merle Gross-Ginsburg is a seminal figure in the advancement of women in commercial real estate. Trading her native Galveston, Texas, for Manhattan’s Upper West Side, she set out to rehabilitate the neighborhood, and in the process, became the first person to create a brownstone co-op in New York City. A pioneering property manager and brokerage professional, she launched AREW, the first organization for women real estate professionals, in 1978. Now retired, she continues her advocacy.

    National 20 April 2017 12:16
  • REBNY Special Report: Behind Blackstone’s Investment Strategy

    The private equity giant's Nadeem Meghji discussed some of the firm's most significant deals and the strategies behind them at the recent luncheon in New York.

    New York 17 March 2017 10:19

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