Shorenstein of Hildreth RE Advisors and industry executives meet weekly to maintain their real estate “game” on Sag Harbor tennis courts

August 06, 2020 - Front Section
Shown (from left) with masks are: Noah Kossoff of CBRE, Jason Breitstone of Hildreth RE Advisors, Adam Leitman Bailey of ALB PC, JJ Feifer of Parkstone Management; Scott Maslin of Woodglen Investments; Dan Conway of Seagram Properties; David Shorenstein of Hildreth RE Advisors; Jared Epstein of Aurora Capital Associates; Max Padway of Hildreth RE Advisors; and Max Silverman of Maguire Capital Group.

Sag Harbor, NY This summer a group of New York real estate executives meet at Mashashimuet Park early every Wednesday morning–and challenge each other on the tennis courts. Not only does the group practice perfecting their tennis skills–but they get an opportunity to network and share knowledge and perspective on the current state of the commercial real estate investment sales and finance markets.

“We started the group since many of us in the real estate industry are living in Eastern Long Island during the pandemic,” said Hildreth Real Estate Advisors David Shorenstein, who started the group. “Word has spread and each week more players want to join us. We also help support each other get through these tough times discussing our families, our kids, our businesses and the future of NYC real estate.”

“It’s been a productive way to keep in touch and keep our pulse on what’s happening now in the real estate industry since we all are connected to different aspects of the deal,” said Hildreth’s Jason Breitstone.

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