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Alain Pinel Realtors Celebrates Alameda Office Opening

October 29, 2014

Alameda Office Ribbon Cutting with Mayor Marie Gilmore

Alameda Office Opening with Mayor Marie Gilmore

Alain Pinel Realtors celebrated the opening of their new Alameda office with a ribbon cutting event and grand opening party on October 23rd. Attendees included Alameda Mayor Marie Gilmore, who performed the ribbon cutting, and Alameda Chamber of Commerce board member Kari Thompson.
At the event, the firm gave $5k to the Alameda Point Collaborative, the largest supportive housing provider for homeless families in Alameda County. The supportive housing community uses all its resources to help families and individuals break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Among the 14 Realtors working out of the new office, seven rank among Alameda’s top 50 agents, including the #1 agents by dollar volume, David Gunderman and Andrew Raskopf, and the former President of the Alameda Association of Realtors, Sally Han, APR Alameda Sales Manager.
Located at 2212-B Southshore Center West, Alameda, the new 2,300+/-sf office space will showcase 21st Century technologies throughout, and will also be the first completely paperless APR office. The space will feature contemporary artwork curated by the Gray Loft Gallery, rotating on a quarterly basis, with receptions for the artists for each installation.
“With a growing part of our business coming from Alameda, our new office will serve the tremendous increase in demand, the accelerating prices of the community, and the wonderful housing option Alameda offers with its convenience to San Francisco and the greater Bay Area,” said Phil Weingrow, APR Montclair Village & Alameda Manager. “With its old world family charm, as well as a growing group of businesses, we are excited to have a new home in Alameda.”

To see more photos from the event, visit our gallery on Facebook.

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