Clark, Antonellis, Santos, Russodivito & Binstok Join Rand Commercial
Real Estate In-Depth | August 2018
Rand Commercial reported recently that Alan Clark, Anthony Antonellis, Brenda Santos, Danielle Russodivito and Debra G. Binstok have joined the Hudson Valley commercial real estate brokerage firm.
Clark joins Rand as an associate broker and attorney. He has been a lawyer for 25 years and a broker for 10. He’s worked in real estate development throughout Rockland, Westchester, and Bergen counties. One of his most-notable accomplishments was a negotiation surrounding the purchase of numerous single-family homes in Woodcliff Lake, NJ, where the zoning was changed to allow multi-family townhouses to be built. Clark is a licensed attorney in New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Washington, DC.
Antonellis is teaming up with Donna Licata at Rand Commercial’s New Jersey office.
“Anthony comes to Rand Commercial after three years of selling residential real estate throughout Bergen County at Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty,” said Paul Adler, Esq., chief strategy officer at Rand Commercial. “As an experienced agent, Anthony knows what it takes to find his clients the right property, using the greatest standards to guide them through the transactions.”
Santos, who is also a real estate associate broker with Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty’s branch in New City, has been added to serve both the commercial real estate industry through Rand Commercial and the residential markets through Rand Realty. For Rand Commercial, she will be working out of its office in New City.
Binstok, who’ll work out of the company’s office in White Plains, is as an associate broker. She has been involved with commercial real estate since 1981, when she began as a summer intern at Studley. After receiving her MBA from New York University, Binstok continued there for 17 years. Her work at Studley focused on financial analysis, space searches, lease reviews and transactional negotiations. Following her time at Studley, she partnered with a former Studley broker to form the boutique real estate firm, Cumulus Corporation, which they managed for 10 years.