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Urban Centers Program is Worth Seeing Again


Sponsored by KeyBank, the program on March 7 featured a distinguished panel of leading edge developers who discussed their residential projects in New Rochelle, White Plains, Yonkers and Mount Vernon. The panel included Seth Pinsky, Executive Vice President, RXR Realty; Martin Berger, Managing Principal of Saber Real Estate Advisors; Anthony Vulpi, Vice President of Development for Mill Creek Residential Northeast Division, and Joseph Apicella, Managing Director, MacQuesten Development. Geoffrey Thompson, Partner, Thompson & Bender, was the moderator.

Hear from leading edge developers’ on what cities can to do to up their game.

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