Gebroe-Hammer Associates Hosts East Orange Multi-Family Investment Roundtable
Apartment-Building Owners Facilitate Urban Revitalization.
- Newark, NJ (1888PressRelease) July 18, 2012 - Gebroe-Hammer Associates, the Livingston-based real estate investment brokerage firm, recently hosted the East Orange Multi-Family Investment Roundtable, an informational exchange between some of the city's most prominent apartment-building owners and East Orange Councilman Ted R. Green (second from left), who represents the Third Ward. He serves as Chairman of the Business Development & Zoning Committee and as a member of the Housing, Licensing and Inspection; Finance; and Public Safety Committees.
The session focused on how multi-family investors and landlords are contributing toward the City of East Orange's urban revitalization and the important role of apartment buildings in future renewal initiatives.
The Investment Roundtable was organized by Gebroe-Hammer Executive Vice President David Oropeza (second from right), East Orange market specialist, as well as Isaac Frankel (right), who owns and manages approximately 30 buildings throughout Essex County, including East Orange, and Ken Uranowitz, the firm's managing director (left).
Gebroe-Hammer Associates specializes in urban and suburban multi-family, retail and office property investment sales throughout New Jersey as well as New York and Pennsylvania.
Established in 1975, the firm provides professional brokerage services and solutions on behalf of a wide range of REITS, private equity firms and other institutional investors as well as private investors, the majority of whom are long-time clients. Due to the success of the East Orange Roundtable, Gebroe-Hammer is planning future Multi-Family Investment Roundtables.