2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Anthony Mormile of Orange Bank & Trust

Anthony plays a critical role in supporting the Bronx commercial real estate sector as it continues to shape and define the borough where he grew up. Anthony’s passion for economic development and deep roots in the community have helped drive a diverse range of projects key to the area’s growth.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Ira Zlotowitz of GPARENCY

Ira Zlotowitz has propelled GPARENCY into the commercial real estate spotlight, earning it a place among LinkedIn’s Top 50 Startups. GPARENCY is a smarter way to acquire, underwrite, and finance commercial real estate, providing a comprehensive suite of features designed to simplify deal pipeline management and retrieval for CRE professionals.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Neil Rubler of Vessel Technologies

Neil Rubler, founder of Vessel Technologies, envisioned a revolutionary approach to address the housing crisis, providing quality housing for the Missing Middle, those making too much to qualify for subsidized housing and too little to afford market rate. Rubler integrated prefabrication techniques and technology to build sustainable, attainably priced rentals.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Wayne Lambert of Turner & Townsend

Wayne has created a go-to-market plan for equitable contractor relationships, launching a robust database of qualified businesses to build inclusive supply chains across a variety of markets, positively impacting hundreds of businesses and communities. This has transformed how our clients do business and how our company lives our values.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Dan Miller of Steward and Fundrise

Dan has created the first ever regenerative “crowdfarming” platform. The projects Steward chooses are extremely intentional to promote environmental and economic stewardship through their financial support. Steward has now successfully funded over 85 regenerative farms, totaling $25 million in financing.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Jennifer Djurkovic of Djurkovic Investment Properties

Jennifer Djurkovic of Djurkovic Investment Properties worked closely with a NYC based developer that is building north of 200 units. Part of the developer’s responsibility was to contribute something to that community. There are options for this community development in order to get approval to bring that many units to the market. Whether it’s a park or the foundation for a school or other clear benefits for an emerging area.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Joe DiPompeo of Structural Workshop

Joe serves as president of Structural Workshop, which was founded in February of 2004. Joe has experience in all aspects of structural engineering, structural analysis, inspections, and design of a large variety of types of structures and materials. Joe also has extensive experience in real estate due diligence and forensic engineering.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Ron Fanish of Rainbow Restoration of Westchester

Ron is always on the cutting-edge of restoration technology. Most recently, he led Rainbow’s adoption of laser cleaning technology. This update has had a number of positive effects: the organization is even more efficient and effective, offering a solution that’s safer, better for the environment, cost-effective, and has unbeatable precision.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Tristan Schwartzman of Goldman Copeland

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from buildings is a top environmental priority in the Greater New York City area. To that end, Tristan Schwartzman has led the Energy Services team at Goldman Copeland to complete energy audits and retro-commissioning projects for over 70 million s/f of commercial and institutional properties.

2023 Commercial Real Estate Visionaries: Tammy Jones of Basis Investment Group

As Co-founder/Vice-Chairman of Basis’s BIG Foundation, Jones remains dedicated to creating a pipeline of women and diverse groups into commercial real estate, and is committed to creating a more diverse real estate ecosystem by increasing capital access for MWOB firms and introducing underrepresented youth to wealth-building opportunities in the industry.