On Saturday evening, the Tenant-Landlord Unity Celebration took place at one of Shamah Properties’ legacy buildings in Brooklyn. Tenants danced the night way with landlord, Alan Shamah, to music from a DJ, saxophonist and percussionists. Music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s played all night while everyone enjoyed refreshments…it was the place to be!
Here at Shamco Management, we firmly believe that uniting the people in our buildings and forming a community between the tenants, the supervisors and the landlord are fundamentally important steps to creating a great living environment.
When asked, “Why did you want to host this event?” Mr. Shamah said,
I wanted to do something that would create bridges between tenants and the landlord. What better way than for all of us to be dancing together and being on common ground?
Alan believes that creating relationships with tenants is the recipe to tear down the walls he feels are being built up between tenants and landlords by third-party tenant groups. These outside groups have a proven track record of trying to vilify good landlords. Shamah has always aimed to put his tenants first and continues to try creating lasting relationships with the tenants in Shamco managed buildings.
“We can have tenant-landlord unity where everybody wins,” says Shamah. “Don’t let anyone misguide and delude you into thinking that’s not possible because its just not so.”