RBA Honors The Lynmark Group With Excellence in Contracting Award
Real Estate In-Depth | May 2017
SUFFERN—On Thursday, May 4th, The Rockland Business Association (RBA) held its 13th annual Pinnacle Awards and recognition dinner.
The Lynmark Group, which was formed 58 years ago, was this year’s recipient of the Award for Excellence in Contracting & Development. The Lynmark Group is currently developing The Sheldon at Suffern Station, located on Orange Avenue in the downtown area of the Village of Suffern. The $25-million Sheldon at Suffern Station will be a multi-family, transit-oriented project that provides residents with immediate access to N.J. Transit train service and the many unique and eclectic dining, shopping and other service venues along Suffern’s thriving Main Street.
“The Sheldon will not only provide its residents with luxurious living options and easy access to regional commuter train service, it will help transform the village into one of the best places to live, work, and play,” said President of The Lynmark Group Joshua Goldstein.
“It means a lot to my family that the Rockland Business Association is honoring the endeavors of my late father Sheldon Goldstein, my son Joshua, and the entire Lynmark team,” said Jeffrey Goldstein, president of Multifamily Management Services and Arco Management. “The RBA is well respected throughout the state and this honor validates the hard work of the Lynmark Group and the impact it has made on our community.”
The Pinnacle Awards program recognizes RBA members who have achieved excellence in six categories: TD Bank won the Chairman’s Award for Overall Business Excellence, Sterling National Bank garnered the President’s Award for Service to the RBA, Dr. Mary Leahy of Good Samaritan Hospital won the Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in Business, the United Way of Rockland County secured the Outstanding Achievement by a Non-Profit Organization and Billy Procida of Tallman Beach & Pool Club LLC won the Award for Corporate Citizenship.