The Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association’s new board of directors includes (from left): Treasurer Lorenzo Lambiase, Vice President Ryan Tiger, Secretary Kurt Kalafsky and President Jeffrey Greif, who are pictured alongside outgoing President John Johnson. — Courtesy: IOREBA
By Joshua Burd
The Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association has installed its new slate of board officers for the 2022-23 term.
Leading the group as its president is Jeffrey Greif of First American Title Insurance Co., who assumed the post during the organization’s recent golf and tennis outing. He also welcomed fellow board officers Ryan Tiger of Punia Co. as vice president, Kurt Kalafsky of the Aztec Corp. as secretary and Lorenzo Lambiase of NAI James E. Hanson as treasurer.
Aside from golf and tennis, the Aug. 8 event at the Morris County Country Club drew commercial real estate professionals for dining and networking followed by prizes, a 50/50 drawing and raffle giveaway. It was IOREBA’s 53rd such event.
“Our annual golf outing is an all-day event where our members meet to enjoy a relaxing day of golf, tennis and networking,” Greif said. “This year we were especially happy to get together.
“I am pleased to be able to serve as president of one of the best commercial real estate organizations in the metropolitan area. We have many plans for the upcoming year including expanding our event offerings that provide networking opportunities and educational programs we offer membership. We have a great team of officers that are dedicated to creating opportunities for our members.”
With roots dating to 1927, IOREBA is one of the nation’s largest regional commercial real estate organizations of its kind and the oldest industrial and office real estate brokers association in the U.S., according to a news release. Its membership of more than 225 professionals connects and conducts business in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut and has expanded its offerings, designing useful educational programs and opportunities.