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Alfred Sanzari Enterprises Names New Resident Manager at The Ivanhoe in Hackensack, N.J.

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Alfred Sanzari Enterprises

Hackensack, NJ 07601,

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Release Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Media Contact: Christine Ziomek (201) 796-7788

Industry Professional Brings More than 10 Years of Experience to New Role

HACKENSACK, N.J., July 22, 2014 – Greg Malek of Hackensack has been named new resident manager of The Ivanhoe, announced Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, the property’s owner and manager. The Ivanhoe, one of Bergen County’s premier luxury rental addresses, is located at 130 Overlook Ave.

Malek brings more than 10 years of experience in the maintenance and management of rental properties to his new position, most recently as a technician at Construction Pros. Corp. In his new role, Malek will be responsible for all day-to-day property operations at The Ivanhoe, including tenant/resident relations, maintenance and staff management.

“Resident managers play a critical role in the day-to-day management of every multi-family property in our portfolio, so it is important that we hire the best and the most qualified people to fill these key positions,” said Victoria Tinen, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ residential property manager. “Greg’s extensive residential real estate expertise will be a tremendous asset to The Ivanhoe team.”

Malek earned a bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University. His professional affiliations include membership in both IEEE, an organization dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence; and ACM, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society.

“Our focus at The Ivanhoe is to consistently ensure a well-managed and well-maintained property, and create an all-encompassing luxury lifestyle for residents and their guests,” said Malek. “I look forward to meeting, and exceeding, tenant expectations on a daily basis.”

The Ivanhoe offers spacious studio, junior one-bedroom, one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from 450 to 1,230 square feet and appointed with every modern luxury. Residents enjoy views of the Ramapo Mountains and New York City skyline, decorator-designed kitchens and bathrooms, granite countertops, individually controlled HVAC, large closets, and balconies and laundry facilities on every floor.

Amenities at The Ivanhoe include secure card access to the building and underground parking lot, a fitness center featuring state-of-the-art equipment, an Olympic-sized outdoor pool, a sauna and 24-hour concierge service. The community is located near public transportation and is in proximity to major highways, New York City and Hackensack University Medical Center. Medical office space also is available at The Ivanhoe.

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises owns and manages approximately 540 luxury and garden-style units throughout Bergen County. Its residential communities include Nottingham Manor in Montvale; Queen Anne Apartments, Madison Arms and Prospect/Passaic St. in Hackensack; Willow Gardens in Teaneck; and Riverside Terrace in Bogota.

Founded in 1945 by Alfred N. Sanzari, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises is a second-generation family owned and operated business, and one of New Jersey’s foremost real estate developers, owners and managers. The firm is known for the quality design and construction of its buildings, superior hands-on property management and the integrity of its tenant relationships. Many of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ strategically located office, industrial, residential, retail and hospitality properties are iconic landmarks in their respective markets with a broad range of world-class corporate tenants. The company is headquartered in Hackensack.

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