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Cooper Square Realty
is one of the largest residential property management companies in New York City and has a portfolio of 400 condominiums, cooperatives, and rental properties.

Charles H. Greenthal Management Corp.
is one of the largest privately owned residential management firms in the New York Metropolitan area and they manage over 150 condos, coops and rental properties.

Douglas Elliman Property Management
is a residential real estate management firm in that manages properties throughout the five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester County and Northern New Jersey.

Glenwood Management
is a full service real estate organization that manages over 25 buildings.

Gumley-Haft LLC
manages more than 80 of Manhattan's finest residential cooperative and condominiums.

Imperial House
is a full service luxury condominium.

Knickerbocker Management
is a real estate organization that manages 2 buildings.

Milford Management
is one of the largest managing agents of premier residential real estate in New York City.

Miller Tabak + Co., LLC
is an institutional trading firm that specializes in the handling of stock purchases and sales, portfolio re-balancings and listed options.

R.Y. Management
represents over 14,000 townhouses, rental apartments, cooperatives and condominiums.

Saint Germain Foundation
is a not for profit.

Seward Park Cooperative
is one of the largest free market co-ops in Manhattan, is comprised of four 20 story buildings, with three towers in each building, for total of 1,726 apartments.

The Gotham Condo
is a full service luxury condominium.

Thompson Smyth Hotel
is a luxury boutique hotel.

Tully Foundation
is a not for profit.

  "I recently gutted and remodeled my kitchen, a kitchen that had very little TLC from the previous (and original) owner. I inquired with Charles H. Greenthal & Co. last year if they could recommend a general contractor, a contractor who has already worked with the Management Company and directors so both parties could know what to expect. I received estimates from three contractors. Having already gone through this renovation and looking back, I think shareholders should classify contractors into two categories: cost vs. value."

"If shareholders are only worried about how much the job will cost them upfront in dollars and cents, they should go with the lowest bid. However, if the shareholder is looking for high quality workmanship at a reasonable price with a good working relationship that goes beyond the finish date of the contract, they should hire J.G.M. Decorating."

Alena R. Sevachko
Shareholder and Tenant
Seward Park Cooperative


"We had the pleasure of working as a team with J.G.M. Decorating on an apartment renovation project that involved joining two existing co-op apartments into one apartment. John McCann and his company handled the conversion professionally, with minimal disruption to the owner and was a pleasure to work collaboratively with."

Ted Punskovsky
Excalibur Plumbing & Heating Inc.


"Dear John,
Thanks so much for all your help- the efficiency, speed and good will made a difficult assignment easy. I hope to see you again-more assignments will surely follow. Thanks again for you and your men. "

Idee German Designs

J.G.M. Decorating Inc. - 1617 Third Avenue, #28-6626 -New York, NY 10128  -  T: 718-707-0020  -  Email
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