From left, Gary Sastow of Scarsdale, Lynn Bagliebter of Scarsdale, Ron Moelis of Larchmont, Cindy Golub of Mamaroneck and Alan Weissman of Rye at the fall breakfast.
Ron Moelis, CEO and co-founder of L + M Development Partners, discussed the double bottom line impact of investing in affordable housing at UJA-Federation of New York’s Westchester Business and Professional Division fall breakfast Friday, Nov. 1, at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison. More than 130 guests attended the event.
The Westchester Business and Professional Division is committed to sustaining UJA-Federation's network of life-altering nonprofits by bringing together like-minded individuals with shared interests, values and purpose. “Thanks to our network of hundreds of nonprofits, we leverage our expertise to deliver innovative solutions to today’s most pressing challenges — fighting poverty, caring for the elderly, nurturing mental health and advocating for a better world,” said Scarsdale resident Gary Sastow who co-chairs the Westchester Business and Professional Division with Lynn Baglieber, also of Scarsdale.
L & M specializes in community-driven urban development and the preservation of affordable housing. The firm is responsible for more than $7 billion in development and investment, and has acquired, built or preserved nearly 25,000 residential units in the tri-state area and across the country. They are currently working on a project in downtown New Rochelle.