United Way to Honor Real Estate Industry June 3

Seven nominees in two categories are finalists for Impact Award

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – United Way of Northern New Jersey will bring together hundreds of industry professionals to network and honor commercial real estate projects at the 22nd annual United Way Commercial Real Estate Network’s Legacy Event on June 3 at the Hilton Parsippany. The event will feature seven project finalists for United Way’s coveted Impact Award, with winners announced in two categories. Both a commercial real estate project and an industrial real estate project that had the most positive impact in the region in the past year will be recognized. Finalists are chosen by the United Way Commercial Real Estate Network, a group of industry executives who partner with United Way for its largest annual fundraiser. “Returning to an in-person event to celebrate the accomplishments of our region’s commercial real estate industry is something we all look forward to” said George Xuereb, senior vice president, resource development at United Way of Northern New Jersey. “Our awards highlight those projects that are making a positive impact in our communities through job creation, sustainable building practices, land improvements, and so much more.” This year’s commercial project finalists are:

This year’s industrial project finalists are:

Attendees will also hear from Pfizer Chief Financial Officer Frank D’Amelio. Regularly ranked among America’s top CFOs, he also serves as executive vice president of global supply. During his 15-year tenure, D’Amelio has played key roles in acquisitions and partnerships valued at nearly $200 billion, including the transformative $68 billion acquisition of Wyeth. United Way’s annual networking and fundraising event attracts leading industry professionals. Since 2000, the commercial real estate industry has helped raise more than $3.4 million for United Way. This year’s Gold Sponsors are JLL and Turner Construction Company. Along with recognizing the industry’s outstanding achievements, the event also raises critical funds for United Way’s work across the region to improve life for ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) and households in poverty. Despite working hard, ALICE essential workers struggle to afford the basics. For more information, or to register for the event, visit https://uwnnj.org/CRE2022


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