Brown Harris Stevens has promoted Richard Horovitz to senior vice president/director of property management after serving for six years as on-site manager for the BHS-managed 15 Central Park West condominium. In this new role, Horovitz will oversee the day-to-day operations of the firm’s Residential Management division, working alongside President of Residential Management Paul J. Herman and Executive Vice President of Accounting Greg Zammit. Horovitz will continue to oversee 15 CPW’s ongoing and scheduled capital projects, working with the building’s board of managers, residents and staff.
He joined BHS in 2016 after serving some of Manhattan’s most sought-after condominiums, including New York’s landmark Plaza Condominium and Private Residences, the firm said. Previously he worked for several hotel groups in operational and service management roles, including Morgans Hotel Group, Starwood Hotels and Resorts and Hyatt hotels, to name a few. Horovitz earned a Hotel, Restaurant and Business Management degree from Purdue University.