The New York City-centered brokerage has named Richard Horovitz as its residential property management division’s senior vice president and director of household assets management.
New York Metropolis-based brokerage Brown Harris Stevens (BHS) has named their assets management qualified Richard Horovitz as the residential assets management division’s senior vice president and director of household property management, the organization educated Inman.
Horovitz has expended the earlier six decades serving as the on-website manager for the BHS-managed 15 Central Park West luxurious condominium created by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, which was accomplished in 2008. In his new director purpose, Horovitz will supervise day by day functions of BHS’s Residential Management division, though continuing to oversee cash jobs at 15 Central Park West. He’ll also be functioning closely with the firm’s president of Residential Administration, Paul J. Herman, and its executive vice president of accounting, Greg Zammit, CPA.
“Whether they are customers, sellers, renters or residents in just one of our a lot of managed buildings, consumer assistance is at the core of our business enterprise,” Alan J. Kersner, Terra Holdings main operating officer, said in a statement. “Promoting Richard to work alongside Paul Herman reflects our ongoing dedication to delivering major service across our functions.” Terra Holdings is the mother or father enterprise of BHS and its property administration arm.
Prior to starting up with BHS, Horovitz worked in administration for a range of higher-conclude Manhattan condos, which includes the Plaza condominium and non-public residences, located at the iconic Plaza Lodge. He also worked for a range of resort groups in both of those management and operational roles, like Morgans Hotel Team, Starwood Resorts and Resorts and Hyatt hotels.
“After decades of managing the operations for legendary hospitality brand names, I have located my residence at Brown Harris Stevens, yet another iconic enterprise dedicated to offering the best in consumer experience,” Horovitz explained in a statement. “I am thrilled to carry my competencies to this new purpose and to associate with Paul and the group he established more than the previous lots of decades in help of our firm’s determination to consumer support.”
“After 40-plus decades in running cooperatives and condominiums, I am thrilled now to perform with Richard and our management staff in continuing our initiatives to sustain the platinum support our purchasers know us for,” Herman added.
BHS’s residential management division involves much more than 180 co-ops and condos in New York Town spanning over 11,000 units.
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