New to The Street TV Host, Jane King, sits with Sharif El-Gamal, Chief Executive Officer at Soho Properties. During Sharif’s in-studio Nasdaq Marketplace interview, he informs viewers about his successful billion-dollar real-estate Company. Founded in 2003, Soho Properties is a privately owned Manhattan-based real-estate investment and developer company that owns residential apartments as well as the Margaritaville Hotel in Times Square, NYC. Sharif sees the US and world economies changing with historical precedence, which he believes is necessary for owning hard assets like real estate. Even through COVID lockdowns, Sharif successfully worked with NYC governmental offices to continue working on the Margaritaville Hotel. Yet, he tells viewers about the numerous challenges in his real-estate business, including employee issues. The workplace is competitive and finding good workers is essential. The workforce must return to the office to participate; working from home during zoom call-ins are not acceptable at Soho Properties. Management, investment bankers, and consultants enabled Soho Properties to successfully refinance debt, which allowed a closing of a $317M financing; the most significant hospitality financing in New York City. Sharif is a consummate real-estate professional who is passionate about his business operations at Soho Properties. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Soho Properties – https://sohoproperties.com/.
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