Save the date for ABO’s annual dinner dance, Thursday, December 1, 2011. Details coming soon.
Crain’s New York reported that the Department of Buildings has created a new position to speed construction approvals.
Fred Mosher, an architect at Skidmore Owings & Merrill with more than 24 years of design and construction experience, has been appointed to the new job of deputy commissioner of building development. He will be in charge of construction-plan examination operations and the issuing of permits in all five boroughs. “New development is critical to ensuring that our city continues to grow, and Fred Mosher’s expertise will help move more projects forward so more people can go back to work,” said Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri, according to Crain’s.
If you manage property and you or your staff haven’t signed up for this fall’s Registered in Apartment Management class, starting Wednesday, call the ABO office today and talk to Olga Chernomorets. We expect approval for 22.5 hours of NY real estate continuing education credit, but this class is much, much more. Forty-five hours that lead to one of the industry’s most prestigious, nationally recognized management certifications. You can also get more information at registeredmanager.com.