REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER, IKOS MANAGEMENT LLC PARTICIPATING IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ALBANY NY

ALBANY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — “It was Theodore Roosevelt who said, “Don’t give me problems, give me only solutions.” I’m the same way. I find a solution for everything. I never see a problem. …I’ve always been that way.” – Rhea Stathatos

IKOS MANAGEMENT LLC, a women-owned and operated business, run by Flerida Santana-Johnas, Rhea Stathatos and Adela Bazenikas aligned with a growing network of forward movers, with the common goal of economic development for Albany, NY, like: Upstate New York Black Chamber of Commerce, set out to identify and tap into the resources the city has to offer, it’s real estate. Backed by York Funding LLC, Ikos, zeroed in on the Center Square Neighborhood for its first development project. At their newly restored property on 166 Washington Avenue, Ikos and the Chamber worked tirelessly to bring some of the key ‘who’s who’ to the table to hear their concerns, flesh out solutions, and speak to the mission of transforming the area into the ‘work-live-play’ community it could be. By making use of the resources and infrastructure already in place, engaging more of the local laborers, developing more spaces for business and entertainment, and taking advantage of the available housing stock, the sentiment is that it would make the city the “goto hub” for opportunity and sustainable growth. Their first project, the proposed Center Square Neighborhood 19 unit building to go up on Spring Street, as part of the solution, played a major role in the overall presentation.

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