Melissa Berube was Appointed as General Counsel and Vice President of Human Capital at Olnick

Date of management change: February 21, 2019 

What Happened?

, -based Appointed Melissa Berube as General Counsel and Vice President of Human Capital


About the Company

The Olnick Organization is one of New York`s premiere developers of Residential, Commercial, and Hotel Properties. Our history began in 1946, when our founder, Robert S. Olnick (1914 - 1986), pioneered the development of residential housing in the Riverdale section of New York City. In the five decades that followed, The Olnick Organization built thousands of New York City apartments, millions of square feet of commercial space and several hotels. Among the Company`s seminal developments is Lenox Terrace, a 1,700 unit residential community in Harlem, which was one of the first Urban Renewal projects to be built under City Construction Coordinator, Robert Moses. The Olnick Organization, with its partners, was also the first developer of apartments in Battery Park City, and built the Excelsior which remains New York`s tallest cooperative. Today, the Olnick family and our executive staff carry on our Company`s traditions of high quality, visionary development and superior property management. With experience earned over decades, a superior team of professionals and strong capital base, The Olnick Organization is well positioned to maintain its leadership role in shaping the real estate industry of tomorrow.


About the Person

Melissa Berube is General Counsel and Vice President of Human Capital at . Previously, Melissa held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.


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