MKDA Celebrates 50th Anniversary  May 01, 2010
East Rutherford, New Jersey-based Mc Gowan Builders, Inc. donated $15,000 to St. Joseph’s Children Hospital at a ceremony that took place at the hospital’s main campus in Paterson, New Jersey. Seated from left: Patrick Mc Gowan’s daughters Niamh, Emma, and Sarah Mc Gowan. Standing from left: Chris Coyne, Director of Major Gifts, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation; Timothy P. Barr, Vice President for Development, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, and Executive Director, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation; Patrick J. Mc Gowan, President of Mc Gowan Builders; Martin C. Mc Gowan, Vice President of Mc Gowan Builders; and Michael Lamacchia, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. East Rutherford, New Jersey-based Mc Gowan Builders, Inc. donated $15,000 to St. Joseph’s Children Hospital at a ceremony that took place at the hospital’s main campus in Paterson, New Jersey. Seated from left: Patrick Mc Gowan’s daughters Niamh, Emma, and Sarah Mc Gowan. Standing from left: Chris Coyne, Director of Major Gifts, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation; Timothy P. Barr, Vice President for Development, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, and Executive Director, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation; Patrick J. Mc Gowan, President of Mc Gowan Builders; Martin C. Mc Gowan, Vice President of Mc Gowan Builders; and Michael Lamacchia, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital.
MKDA, a New York-based corporate space planning and interior design firm recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Pictured from left: Michael Kleinberg, who joined the firm in the mid-1970s, Milo Kleinberg, founder of MKDA and Jeffrey Kleinberg, who along with Michael is the son of Milo Kleinberg and who also joined the firm in the mid-1970s. Photo courtesy of MKDA. MKDA, a New York-based corporate space planning and interior design firm recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Pictured from left: Michael Kleinberg, who joined the firm in the mid-1970s, Milo Kleinberg, founder of MKDA and Jeffrey Kleinberg, who along with Michael is the son of Milo Kleinberg and who also joined the firm in the mid-1970s. Photo courtesy of MKDA.
The New York Building Foundation’s Annual Theatre Benefit included Chairman Dominick M. Servedio presenting a check for $25,000 to Andrea Wenner, Executive Director of Out2Play, a charity that provides for the construction of playgrounds in New York City public schools. Proceeds from the event will go to support the Building Foundation grant to Out2Play, which will use the money to subsidize the construction of a playground at PS 147 in Brooklyn. Pictured from left: Dominick M. Servedio and Andrew Wenner. Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR. The New York Building Foundation’s Annual Theatre Benefit included Chairman Dominick M. Servedio presenting a check for $25,000 to Andrea Wenner, Executive Director of Out2Play, a charity that provides for the construction of playgrounds in New York City public schools. Proceeds from the event will go to support the Building Foundation grant to Out2Play, which will use the money to subsidize the construction of a playground at PS 147 in Brooklyn. Pictured from left: Dominick M. Servedio and Andrew Wenner. Photo courtesy of Rubenstein PR.
exhale® Mind Body Spa and O’Connor Capital Partners recently celebrated the opening of exhale’s first residential spa location in New York City at Manhattan House, the iconic, landmarked residential condominium on the Upper East Side. The event also marked O’Connor Partners, owner and developer of Manhattan House’s completion and delivery of all its amenity spaces. Pictured form left: Annbeth Eschbach, founder and chief executive officer, exhale; Jerry O’Connor, managing partner and founder, O’Connor Partners; Anne Young, senior sales manager, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Photo courtesy of Quinn & Co. exhale® Mind Body Spa and O’Connor Capital Partners recently celebrated the opening of exhale’s first residential spa location in New York City at Manhattan House, the iconic, landmarked residential condominium on the Upper East Side. The event also marked O’Connor Partners, owner and developer of Manhattan House’s completion and delivery of all its amenity spaces. Pictured form left: Annbeth Eschbach, founder and chief executive officer, exhale; Jerry O’Connor, managing partner and founder, O’Connor Partners; Anne Young, senior sales manager, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Photo courtesy of Quinn & Co.


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