NEW YORK, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rubenstein Public Relations (www.rubensteinpr.com) has signed several new real estate clients. The new additions include Morris Adjmi Architects, Keller Williams and The Point.
Morris Adjmi Architects (www.ma.com) is led by founder and principal Morris Adjmi (AIA), one of today's leading American architects. The New York-based full service architecture firm provides comprehensive design services for corporate, commercial and residential clients including offices, hotels, institutional projects, multi-family residences, private homes and interiors. Current projects include the High Line Building at 450 West 14th Street in Manhattan, and 16 West 21st Street in the Ladies Mile Historic District.
Founded in 1983, Keller Williams Realty Inc. is the second largest real estate franchise operation in the United States, with 700 offices and nearly 80,000 associates in the United States and Canada. The company, which began franchising in 1990, has an agent-centric culture that emphasizes access to leading-edge education and promotes an economic model that rewards associates as stakeholders and partners. The company also provides specialized agents in luxury homes and commercial real estate properties. The Keller Williams NYC office (www.kwnyc.com) opened in January 2011.
The Point at Sayreville, located just 30 minutes from Manhattan in Middlesex County, New Jersey, is one of the largest new developments currently under construction in the United States. Developed by leading real estate company O'Neill Properties, The Point at Sayreville will be one of the biggest and most significant properties ever built in the New York metropolitan area upon its completion.
SOURCE Rubenstein Public Relations