A total of 96 members of the building, realty and construction industry attended the recent event at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in White Plains. The program, which delivered an economic outlook for 2017, served as the General Membership Meeting for the Building and Realty Institute.
Steve Cucchiaro, President and Chief Investment Officer of 3EDGE Asset Management said, “Thank you for inviting me to share my thoughts on the global capital markets at BRI’s inaugural meeting for the year. I was delighted by the terrific turnout and the active engagement of your members. Congratulations on celebrating your 70th year and best wishes for many more.”
The Building and Realty Institute (BRI) is one of the largest construction, development and real estate-related industry trade associations in New York State.
Founded in 1946, the Westchester County, N.Y. based organization consists of more than 1,500 members, primarily in the Westchester and Mid-Hudson Valley region.
The BRI is supported by a multi-talented professional and consultant staff versed in all facets of the building industry: planning, engineering, law, insurance, environmental regulations and governmental relations on a state, county and local level. Their services extend to all facets of the building and realty industries.
For more information about the Building and Realty Institute, please contact Maggie Collins at 914-273-0730 or visit the website:www.buildersinstitute.org/.
Photo: Left to right is now as follows: Monica Chandra, 3EDGE Asset Management Company of Boston; Albert Annunziata, executive director, Building and Realty Institute (BRI); Steven Cucchiaro (speaker), founder and president of 3EDGE Asset Management Company of Boston; Jerry Houlihan, vice chair, Apartment Owners Advisory Council (AOAC) of the BRI; and Eric Abraham, chairman, BRI.