The Berger Organization’s Best Western Robert Treat Hotel, 50 Park Place in Newark, will be the site for the Newark Regional Business Partnership’s Newark Insiders Forum event on Tuesday, June 4, from 8 to 10 a.m. The program will focus on Prudential’s new, 740,000-square-foot Broad Street office tower.
Located two blocks north of Prudential’s current headquarters, the new building will revitalize an important section of downtown Newark. Program attendees will hear directly from Prudential executives who will share information about the building’s economic and environmental benefits, as well as the expectation that Prudential’s investment will complement and inspire additional neighborhood improvement. Speakers will include Sharon Taylor, senior vice president, Human Resources; Richard Hummers, vice president, Financial Management; and Lata Reddy, vice president, Corporate Social Responsibility and president, The Prudential Foundation.
The cost to attend is $35 for NRBP members and $70 for non-members. For more information, visit http://www.newarkrbp.org or call Barbara E. Kauffman at 973-242-4219.
The Berger Organization, a privately owned and diversified real estate company, has been instrumental in Newark’s renaissance. In addition to the hotel, its Newark holdings include landmark office buildings such as the recently acquired 765 Broad Street, 570 Broad Street, the Military Park Building (60 Park Place), Robert Treat Center (50 Park Place) and the Fireman’s Insurance Company Building (10 Park Place).