Eastern Consolidated Promotes George F. Moss To Senior Director

Press Release | April 16, 2013
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George F. Moss, a highly regarded, well-known real estate broker with more than 20 years of real estate experience, has been promoted to senior director at Eastern Consolidated, company President Daun Paris announced today. Mr. Moss was formerly director at the firm.

A veteran real estate professional, Mr. Moss, 55, joined Eastern Consolidated in 2001. He has been involved in more than $900 million in transactions during his 12 years at Eastern, of all product types including the sale of multifamily, development sites, residential conversions and commercial loft buildings.

“Thorough, results-oriented and creative, George truly possesses an in-depth understanding of the investment sales market and how to deliver an exemplary level of service to our clients,” stated Ms. Paris. “We are delighted to recognize his hard work and dedication with this well-deserved new title.”

Known for his multifamily expertise, among his recent noteworthy transactions are: the $56 million sale of a 160-unit luxury condominium portfolio on the Upper West Side, including 41 West 72nd Street, 190 Riverside Drive and 500 West End Avenue; the $28.25 million sale of 201 East 35th Street, a residential building with 10 stores; the $20.7 million sale of Claremont Stables, a residential conversion deal; the $61 million sale of 201 West 92nd Street and 200-204 West 93rd Street, a 134-unit residential building with retail; and the $7 million sale of Skyview on the Hudson, a package of 95 co-ops in a 1,000-init luxury, three-building high-rise complex in the Riverdale section of the Bronx.

In 2002 and 2003, Mr. Moss was honored as Eastern’s “Most Promising Broker of the Year.” Prior to joining Eastern, he worked directly for a partnership that owned and converted residential co-op and condos, where he was involved in the management, sales and acquisition of over 1,000 units. He graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Liberal Arts. He is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).

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