Friday, 26 July 2013 00:00
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. Management, Staff, Agents, Brokers recently joined local elected officials in the ribbon cutting ceremony during the grand opening of the Agency’s new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Plainview on July 11.
The new, 3,200-square-foot facility can accommodate more than 900 Real Estate Agents, and twice the space of its original headquarters. The office is equipped with a high-tech Agent training facility featuring a 70-inch LCD LED Dual Touch Interactive Board; dozens of fully powered laptop stations; numerous built-in, computer-equipped workstations; a private conference room; an executive conference room for larger meetings; and a comfortable lounge for casual meet and greets. Highlighting their beautiful office space are three large tropical aquarium fish tanks, filled with an amazing array of exotic fish – which also has doubled in size.
Following the ribbon cutting, there were speeches from Charles Rutenberg Realty management, a tour of the facility and refreshments for the attendees.
“Once you step into the sleek, modern, open, feng shui office, which has been specially designed to enhance the organization’s philosophies, you will immediately know what Charles Rutenberg Realty is about: professionalism, respect, and a friendly, caring relationship with their Agents,” said Joe Moshé, Broker/Owner, Charles Rutenberg Realty.
Charles Rutenberg Realty is one of the nation’s fastest-growing Agencies with more than 1,300 Agents on Long Island, Queens, Westchester, the Bronx and Manhattan.
Saturday, 08 March 2014 00:00
Famous American painter Georgia O’Keeffe was the topic of discussion at the Plainview Old-Bethpage Public Library on Feb. 20.
Members of the audience were given an in-depth look into the life and artwork of O’Keeffe through a self-made and researched lecture and slideshow by art appraiser Louise Cella Caruso.
O’Keeffe lived for 98 years. Within her lifetime, she was granted the Medal of Arts by Ronald Regan, and in 1938, she was selected as one of the 12 most outstanding women of the previous 50 years. When she passed away she was accorded the honor of a first page obituary in the New York Times.
Friday, 07 March 2014 00:00
In celebration of its tenth anniversary, the Kids of Distinction program is offering more scholarships and planning a festive gala that will look back on a decade of supporting our most civic-minded children. The Town of Oyster Bay and the Old Bethpage-based Kids Helping Kids by Kids Way, Inc., the sponsoring entities, are seeking nominations of local youngsters who are standouts in public service for the 2014 awards.
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, together with Kids Helping Kids co-founders Robert A.J. Eslick and Philip M. Eslick, kicked off the search for a new batch of “kids of distinction” at the end of February. Nominations are due by May 16. Winners will be recognized at a special ceremony held by the board of trustees on Tuesday, June 17 at 7 p.m. with a citation from the Town and a $2,000 scholarship from Kids Helping Kids.