Reception Commemorates Park Opening  September 2009
Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR Louis Kahn-designed Roosevelt Island park is celebrated. Also, ACE Mentor Program announces 66 scholarships.

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park recently held a reception at The Lori Bookstein Fine Art Gallery located at 37 West 57th Street on the third floor to celebrate the creation of the park on Roosevelt Island which was designed by legendary architect, Louis I. Kahn and will be his last project and the only design which can still be built. The park will serve as a tribute to President Roosevelt and create an extraordinary new civic space in the heart of New York City. Pictured from left are: President and Chief Executive Officer of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park Sally Minard, Sue Ann Kahn, Architect Paul Broches, Construction Manager Frank Sciame, and Executive Director Gina Pollara. (Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR.)

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At a recent event, Kent Swig, President of Helmsey Spear discussed the current state of today’s real estate market at the Friars Club located at 57 East 55th Street. Pictured from left are: Jeffrey A. Rosenblatt, Senior Vice President of Helmsley Spear, Kent M. Swig, President of Helmsley Spear, Jerry Glassman, CPA, and Partner Holtz Rubenstein Reminick. (Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR.)

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Stribling & Associates, a New York City based real estate firm and Stribling Marketing Associates recently held its annual picnic in Central Park next to the Pin Oak tree that was sponsored by Stribling & Associates through the Central Park Conservancy. Pictured from left are: Stribling managers, Kenneth Scheff, Rosita Sarnoff, Christopher Wilson, Elizabeth Stribling, Steven Rutter, Elizabeth Ann Kivlan and Kirk Henckels. (Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR.)

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The ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York held its annual luncheon benefiting the Scholarship Fund at the Union League Club and announced 66 college scholarship awards totaling $271,500 to deserving graduates of the 2008-2009 program. Pictured from left are: Emily Portanova from Regina High School who received a $48,000 Manhattan College Scholarship and Tim J. Ward, Dean, School of Engineering Manhattan College. (Photo courtesy of Reichman Frankle Inc.)