Ron Solarz has rejoined Eastern Consolidated at an executive managing director and principal in the firm's New York City office. In his new role he will continue to represent institutional investors, hedge funds and private owners.
With almost three decades of commercial real estate experience, Solarz has arranged more than $6 billion in the sale and acquisition of commercial property throughout the five boroughs, including more than 90 development sites. His notable transactions include the $210 million sale of 240 E. 27th St., the $110 million sale of 28 E. 10th St., the 99-year net lease of a residential development site, and the $125 million land sale for a residential development at 160 W. 62nd St.
"Ron is one of the most dynamic sales brokers in the City and an asset in every sense of the word," said Daun Paris, president of Eastern Consolidated. "He has always been a professional, a gentleman, and a true friend. We are thrilled to have him back."
Solarz originally joined Eastern Consolidated in 1994 until he left as a principal in 2011, during which time he received numerous industry awards and honors. In the interim he was at Brookfield Office. Before that he served as president of Solarz Realty.
Solarz graduated with honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo's management school, and is active in several civic and charitable activities.