The Repositionist of 2 Park Avenue

The tennis-loving Mr. Green, who played in high school and taught the sport at Camp Greylock in Massachusetts, co-chaired the YM/WREA’s tennis outings between 2006 through 2010, and coordinated the association’s annual “Feed-the-Less-Fortunate” campaign, which fed over 400 needy people at Rufus King Park in Jamaica, Queens, last year. With a daughter heading to college and more repositions on the horizon in 2012, Mr. Green believes the next year will be a solid one for him and his firm.More repositions in 2012 means more results to a building’s bottom line, he said.

“You’ll see shorter lease-up time and higher rents, that’s what every owner wants to see,” he said.

drosen@observer.com

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