REBNY Will Spotlight 7 Industry Leaders At 123rd Annual Banquet

The Real Estate Board of New York (REBN) will present seven industry members with top honors for outstanding professional success and exceptional contributions to the industry at REBNY’s 123rd Annual Banquet. It’s scheduled for January 17, 2019, at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan.

“This distinguished group of honorees reflect the kind of excellence and dedication that we all strive for,” said REBNY chairman William C. Rudin

The honorees and their awards are as follows:

  • Daniel R. Tishman, The Harry B. Helmsley Distinguished New Yorker Award
  • Diane M. Ramirez, The Bernard H. Mendik Lifetime Leadership in Real Estate Award
  • Carol Kellermann, The John E. Zuccotti Public Service Award
  • Helena Rose Durst, The Kenneth R. Gerrety Humanitarian Award
  • Bernard Warren, The George M. Brooker Management Executive of the Year Award
  • Ira Z. Fishman, The Louis Smadbeck Memorial Broker Recognition Award
  • Alex Bernstein, The Young Real Estate Professional of the Year Award
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Schedule

6:30 p.m. – REBNY Lounge Opens // REBNY Banquet dinner attendees will have an opportunity, for the first time ever, to experience the REBNY Lounge, an intimate networking space with an open bar. The REBNY Lounge will be an ideal location, right outside the Grand Ballroom, for networking and deal-making before and after dinner.

7:00 p.m. – Banquet Program Begins

9:30 p.m. – Banquet Concludes and REBNY Lounge Closes

Click here for information on Sponsorship Opportunities, or contact Yilda Guerrero at YGuerrero@rebny.com

Date: Thursday January 17, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown
Cost: Member: $1,200
Non-Member: $1,200

Contact: REBNY Annual Banquet
Email: Banquet@rebny.com
Phone: (212) 616-5285

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