Keystone Property Group among five BOMA award winners
By John Golden

May 31, 2016

A Philadelphia-area real estate company that entered Westchester’s commercial office market two years ago and a Swiss educational company that has expanded its academic presence in the county through adaptive reuse of a former IBM campus were honored at the 25th annual Hall of Honor Awards Dinner of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Westchester.

Receiving the BOMA chapter’s Hall of Honor Award at Tappan Hill in Tarrytown were Keystone Property Group and EF Education First. The award is given annually to companies that support and encourage economic growth in Westchester County.


Keystone in 2014 acquired five Class A office buildings in Greenburgh and Tarrytown as part of a nearly $231 million deal for a dozen office properties in the tristate portfolio of Mack-Cali Realty Corp. The deal included 555, 565 and 570 Taxter Road outside Elmsford and the Talleyrand Office Park at 200 and 220 White Plains Road in Tarrytown.

Richard Gottlieb, senior vice president and operating partner, accepted the award for Keystone Property Group. Mr. Gottlieb serves as a board member for The City Ave District.


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