The Hoboken Brownstone Company philosophy is simple; to develop with respect and pride for the neighborhood keeping alive historical validity, the community needs, and the original architectural feeling. Our design philosophy can be seen in our signature Brownstone style; preserving the heritage of brownstone communities while offering the finest in new amenities and modern style. Our newer condominium residences have branched out in different artistic directions incorporating state of the art green initiatives, but always staying true to the neighborhood that surrounds it; blending in to enhance the community in every way.
Hoboken Brownstone Company is proud to have achieved merit from the Hoboken Historic Commission on two of its new construction projects. 60-68 Jefferson Street and 90-92 Madison Street, both received Historic Preservation Awards; the first and second new construction projects ever awarded these certificates. These awards validated the developer's commitment to developing architecturally pleasing and historically contextual projects that have become the hallmark of their design philosophy.
In addition to being a founder of the Hoboken Brownstone Company, George Vallone is also the President of Our House Inc., a non-profit organization that builds and operates housing for the developmentally disabled. Our House Inc. also provides job training for disabled individuals who still live with their families. George is also an active member of the Rutgers Graduate School of Business where he serves on the Financial Advisory Committee. Here, he works to coordinate opportunities for graduate business students to participate in company sponsored internships and mentorship positions. As a member of the Information Management Network speaker's bureau, George has spoken all over the country on real estate development and financial topics, entrepreneurship, and Brownfield redevelopment topics. George Vallone frequently participates in furniture and clothing drives for St. Lucy's Shelter in Jersey City for their AIDS hospice project, and has personally delivered 80,000 pounds of relief supplies donated by the people of Hoboken to the victims of the Hurricane Katrina flood.
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In addition to being a co-founder of the Hoboken Brownstone Company, Daniel Gans has also been involved over the years with a various array of real estate boards, non-profit organizations and cultural programs. Daniel has been a board member of the Hudson School in Hoboken for 20 years. His efforts helped the school purchase and build a new school. The highly regarded academic standard draws students from all over Northern New Jersey and New York City. He has been on the board of directors of the Hoboken Museum for 5 years, the museum is actively involved in preserving and displaying artifacts from Hoboken's 300 years of history. As a board member Daniel is currently negotiating with a private developer to open up a second museum facility in a growing area of the community. Daniel is a board member of The Mile Square Theatre Company and sits on the advisory committee to the Hoboken Arts Center. He was instrumental in the restoration of the United Synagogue of Hoboken and the building of the school adjacent to that property. Daniel was chairman of the non-profit Hoboken Advantage for six years; an organization funded with public monies. The organization was responsible for low interest rate loans to local businesses and the use of grants for street and sidewalk improvements including trees, paving and lighting. The organization sponsored numerous community events ranging from street fairs to art exhibits. Mr. Gans also sat on the real estate and construction board of ORT for 10 years where he was involved with programs that brought technical training and career opportunities to young people in the United States and abroad.