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Activists Blast Jeffrey Klein for His Ties to the Real Estate Industry

Tenant activists are taking aim at one Democratic state senator for his close ties to the city’s real estate industry.

Alliance for Tenant Power, a liberal pro-tenants organization, is planning a series of tweets and Facebook memes blasting State Senator Jeffrey Klein, a Bronx Democrat and leader of the Independence Democratic Conference. 766 more words

Eileen Spinola Stepping Down at REBNY

Eileen Spinola is stepping down as the head of the residential and commercial brokerage divisions at the Real Estate Board of New York after 20 years serving the organization. 258 more words

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So They Say: Steven Spinola Talks Unethical Brokers, Taxes and Apartment Shortage

John Banks, the president-elect of the Real Estate Board of New York, has big shoes to fill when he begins his term on March 2. His predecessor, Steven Spinola, 65, will be retiring from his position at the end of 2015, marking 30 successful years in office. 426 more words

Rob Speyer Honors Steven Spinola at REBNY’s 119th Annual Banquet

On Thursday night, Rob Speyer honored outgoing REBNY President Steven Spinola with the Harry B. Helmsley Distinguished New Yorker Award at the organization’s 119th annual banquet. 289 more words

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REBNY’s 119th Gala Through the Five Senses

Last night, 2,300 of Steven Spinola’s closest friends gathered at the New York Hilton Hotel at 1335 Avenue of the Americas between West 53rd and West 54th Streets to help usher in his retirement after nearly 30 years as president of the Real Estate Board of New York. 2,144 more words

How NYC and REBNY Have Evolved Over Spinola’s Tenure

When Steven Spinola became president of the Real Estate Board of New York in 1986, New York City was not the gentrified, scrubbed-clean, 21st century metropolis it is today. 1,533 more words

A Look at REBNY's Presidents: From 1973 to Today

Although REBNY has been in existence since the late 19th century, the organization’s presidency position is relatively new. Prior to 1973, the chairman was the highest elected official in the organization. 531 more words

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