ARMONK, N.Y. -- Michael Levy, founder and owner of Grand Lux Realty is making a few “grand” gestures this year to mark the company’s 10th anniversary in business.
With a 30-year career in real estate, Levy said he has a lot to celebrate in reaching the 10th year of providing family-style real estate services to Westchester, the Bronx, Orange, Putman and neighboring counties.
To celebrate, he is giving back to the community by donating to Temple Shaaray Tefila in Bedford, 18 percent of any revenue earned business referred by that community.
"I believe that every donation, large and small, has an impact. It’s the least we can do not only for those who have trusted us with their real estate needs, but with the larger community," Levy said.
In addition, the company plans to also donate 18 percent to the Stayin’ Alive charity that supports the First Responders of Northern Westchester.
“For me, being charitable is a reflection of our inner self, and it’s what GLR stands for. I’m happy to give back, Levy added.
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