Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin Now Attending Harlem Turkey Giveaway

November 17, 2021

With Thanksgiving approaching, A&E Real Estate will be joined by Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin today to distribute hundreds of free turkeys today to its residents at Harlem’s Riverton Square. A&E volunteers will greet seniors, parents and children at tables set up in the storied complex, handing out frozen turkeys to any building resident that requests one. A&E will distribute thousands of turkeys this holiday season to residents all across the city.
 
When: Wednesday, November 17, 2:45 pm EST
 
Where: Riverton Square, 2156 Madison Avenue, Harlem
 
Who: Hundreds of seniors and families living at Riverton Square, A&E volunteers distributing frozen turkeys, Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin
 
“Riverton Square is a wonderful place to call home. It’s a true community where people look after one another. A&E is proud to be a part of that tradition, and to help families that may have missed out on holiday celebrations last year to have a truly special Thanksgiving next week,” said Maggie McCormick, President of A&E Real Estate.
 
A&E Real Estate
 
A&E Real Estate was founded in 2011 to invest in multifamily properties in the New York City Metropolitan area with a primary focus on workforce housing. With more than 15,000 apartments, A&E performs direct asset management, property management, and construction management for its entire portfolio, with a belief that no third-party manager will bring the same degree of focus and attention to detail.

A&E’s commitment to provide a high level of service to its residents reflects the philosophy that both owner and resident have a mutual long-term interest in preserving the city’s multifamily residential stock. The residents of A&E’s properties comprise the backbone of New York City’s economy. Police and fire personnel, train and bus drivers, hospital workers, teachers and banquet managers are all included among the residents of A&E’s properties. Learn more at ae-re.com.

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