July 5, 2017
With thousands of dollars on the line, more than 750 office workers played Skee-Ball June 22 in Midtown Manhattan in the lobby of 299 Park Ave. Top winners picked their favorite charities to receive donations from building owner Fisher Brothers.
– Mitchell Rubenstein of Capital One won $2,500 on behalf of ALS-TDI.
– Ari Pappas of MarketAxess won $1,500 on behalf of Sister Soldier – Stand Up for Each Other.
– Elizabeth Brand of MarketAxess won $1,000 on behalf of Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
“The Skee-Ball tournament was a great way to bring excitement to the workday, while building on Fisher Brothers’ rich tradition of philanthropy,” said Winston Fisher (pictured), partner with Fisher Brothers.
Designed by Emery Roth & Sons and built by Fisher Brothers, 299 Park Ave. is a 42-story, 1.2-million-square-foot office tower that opened in 1967. The building is currently 90% leased.
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