FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Christopher P. St. Lawrence
Telephone: 845-357-5100 Ext. 201
Town of Ramapo Hosts 85th Annual Daily News Golden GlovesSaturday, January 21, 2012 WHO:
Patrick J. Withers
Supervisor Christopher P. St. Lawrence and Councilmembers: Yitzchok Ullman, Patrick J. Withers, Daniel Friedman, Brendel Logan; Brian Adams, N.Y. Daily News Golden Gloves; BHG Rand Realty and Ireland’s 32WHAT:
Annual Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament, the oldest and
most well-known Amateur Boxing Tourney in the World. Bouts are to
be held in memory of Patrick Faherty, the late Suffern High School Principal.WHERE:
The Joseph T. St. Lawrence Community, Health & Sports Center
115 Torne Valley Road, Hillburn, New York 10931 WHEN:
Saturday, January 21, 2012 – Doors open at 2:15 PM – First Bout begins at 3 PM SPONSORED BY:
BHG Rand Realty, Ireland’s 32, Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC, The Tisi Family, New York Daily News & Town of Ramapo ALL PROCEEDS TO:
Daily News Charities & Vietnam Veterans of Rockland County TICKETS:
Adults – $20.00, 14 & under - $10.00, Senior Citizens (60+) - $10.00 (cash only)
Tickets available at the door and pre-sale at Ramapo Town Hall in Supervisor Christopher P. St. Lawrence’s Office FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Phil Tisi at Town of Ramapo (845) 357-5100 or Brian Adams, NY Daily News Coordinator of Golden Gloves (212) 210-1932
Paul Adler, vice president of Rand Commercial Services, has been selected as the 2011 Outstanding Philanthropist in Rockland by the Rockland Development Council, an independent organization fostering philanthropy through professional development.
HV Biz - week of December 5, 2011
Ardsley Realty Sells Warehouse for $3.9M
80k-SF Sports Center Development Planned in Ardsley
November 22, 2011
Elm Street Sports Groups LLC purchased the industrial building at 1 Elm Street in Ardsley, NY for $3.9 million, or about $49 per square feet.
Located in Westchester County, the two-story warehouse is being renovated into a multi-million dollar sports center with occupancy slated for fall 2012. The complex will provide more space for local sports teams which have experienced a major shortage in training facilities in recent years.
Ann Silver and Paul Adler of Rand Commercial Services brokered the deal for the buyer and the seller, Ardsley Realty Associate LLC.
Silver believes the complex has potential for growth. "We are excited about the creative reuse of the building, as well as the number of jobs it will bring to the area - it's a win-win situation, and we are very pleased to be a part of this project."
The sports center is expected to create 13 full-time jobs, 16 part-time jobs and 25 seasonal jobs.
Please refer to Costar COMPS #2206518 for more information on this transaction.
Holiday weeks like this become an excuse for many not to do biz. I find weeks like this and snow days to be very productive & rewarding if you really want to do biz.
Today at 7am I was invited to fully attended meeting of the BNI Premier Chapter meeting at the Blauvelt Diner. They needed a Commercial Real Estate Professional - Rand Commercial Services to the rescue. They are an exciting, dyanmic group of professionals who want to do biz and make Rockland a better place to live & work. Hooray for some old school work ethic!
Paul Adler, Vice President
Rand Commercial Services - www.randcommercial.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
Marsha, Dr. Joseph, Joe, Matt, Greg & Danny Rand were honored today at the Rockland Economic Development Corp's annual luncheon. The award was presented to Marsha Rand as founder of Better Homes & Gardens|Rand Realty, Rand Commercial, Rand Mortgage, Hudson Abstract & The Hudson Group Insurance Company on behalf of the Rand Family.
The award was presented by Rockland County Executive, C. Scott Vanderhoef, REDC Board Chair, Steven Yassky and REDC President & CEO, Ron Hicks who announce that he was accepting an appointment in Planning & Economic Development in Dutchess County.
We are all grateful to part of the Rand Family of Companies. Congratulations to Marsha, Joe, Joe, Greg, Matt & Danny Rand for all that you do in our region.
Paul Adler, Vice President
RAND COMMERCIAL SERVICES - email@example.com
BRENDAN BURKE APPOINTED TO 2011-2012
PATTERN FOR PROGRESS REGIONAL FELLOWS PROGRAM
New City, N.Y. – Rand Commercial Services (RCS), an independent and leading commercial real estate brokerage in the Hudson Valley, announced today that Brendan Burke, Executive Director and Associate Broker, has been appointed to the 2011-2012 Pattern for Progress Regional Fellows program.
The program, which will mark its fifth year in October, aims to expand the horizons of those already acknowledged as leaders in their respective communities and disciplines, and to help them take a more regional approach to their work. Participants interact with expert lecturers; discuss assigned readings on leadership, current events and regional planning; participate in a challenging debate format, and develop creative, long-term team projects.
“Brendan is a great fit for the Pattern for Progress Regional Fellows program,” said Paul Adler, Vice President of Rand Commercial Services. “He’s an expert in commercial real estate and knows the business from the ground up. In addition to being an industry leader, he is very active in his community and has a deep understanding of the Hudson Valley business climate.”
Burke is a consistent award winner with Rand Commercial Services, and has more than 20 years of experience in residential and commercial site development. He is experienced in developing and implementing regional acquisition, build-out and renovation programs for developers.
Prior to working with Rand Commercial Services, Burke was Principal of Phoenix Management and Marketing Consultants, a land development and management company in Goshen, N.Y. Additionally, Burke is an active member of the New York State Association of Realtors, Orange County Association of Realtors, Greater Hudson Valley Multiple Listing Service, Orange County Partnership and Orange County Chamber of Commerce. An Orange County resident for more than 40 years, Burke currently resides in Goshen and can be reached at 845-551-0084 or at Brendan.Burke@randcommercial.com
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is a not-for-profit policy, planning, research and advocacy organization that promotes regional, balanced and sustainable solutions for issues that enhance the growth and vitality of the Hudson Valley. Founded in 1965 by business, academic and civic leaders, and based in Newburgh, N.Y., Pattern for Progress serves nine counties: Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester. For additional information, visit www.pattern-for-progress.org
About Rand Commercial Services: Rand Commercial Services (RCS) is an independent, full-service commercial real estate brokerage that serves the Greater New York area. The firm specializes in repositioning and redeveloping properties to improve their returns in addition to assisting clients with more conventional sales and leasing. RCS has nearly 30 agents in Orange, Rockland and Westchester counties, and also serves New York City, northern New Jersey and Connecticut. The company’s Web site is www.randcommercial.com