Real Estate Roundtable Raises $140K for Historical Society


In its second full year of existence, the Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable raised $140,000 for the host of its quarterly luncheon series, the Brooklyn Historical Society. Steering committee members Jason Muss (Muss Development), Eric Brody (The Brody Group), David Kramer (Hudson Companies), Chris Havens (Creative Real Estate Group), Jed Walentas (Two Trees), Tim King (CPEX), Michael Kaye (Douglaston), Paula Ingram (Ingram and Hebron) and Ken Krasnow (Massey Knakal) handed the oversized check to Historical Society head Deborah Schwartz at Tuesday's gathering which featured appearances by City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, Edge developer Jeff Levine, Toren developer Don Copaccia and Red Hook kingpin Greg O'Connell. "BRER is a great opportunity to converse about a wide range of real estate issues including the residential, retail, office, hotel & industrial markets with its most active participants," said steering committee member (and Third & Bond blogger) David Kramer. "It's also a great chance to show off and raise money for the Brooklyn Historical Society, so it's a win-win."

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