Emanuel Organek, President and co-founder of Continental Realty Corporation, has been engaged in real estate investment, property management, and asset management for over 40 years, both for properties in which he has had an ownership role and for third-party institutional and private owners. Mr. Organek has been involved as a principal, advisor, broker, or manager in over $1 billion of real estate assets and transactions. Various affiliated entities are currently engaged in property and asset management, including Continental Realty Management Corporation and Tuppence Management Corporation, both formed in 1986.
Earlier, Mr. Organek was a vice president of Loeb Partners Realty, a successor company to Loeb Rhoades Hornblower, a Wall Street institution which was engaged in property and asset management for institutional investors, pension funds, and wealthy individuals. Mr. Organek was also the creator of LRH Income Properties, a public limited partnership, and was an officer of Florida Gulf Realty Trust, a real estate investment trust with a portfolio of shopping centers. He has been involved in portfolios worth over $1 billion located nationwide and across all asset classes.
Prior to his work at Loeb Partners Realty, Mr. Organek worked as an attorney with Milbank Tweed Hadley McCloy LLP in New York City and Pennamco in Philadelphia. Mr. Organek is a graduate of Columbia College and Columbia Law School in New York City, and is a member of the New York State and Federal Bar. Mr. Organek grew up in New York City and resides in Boca Raton, Florida.