City & State magazine held a cocktail reception this month for the people it considers to be the most influential on Staten Island.  The reception was held in Snug Harbor Cultural Center and was attended by approximately 300 people.

Borough President James Oddo and former Assemblyman Lou Tobacco addressed the crowd.  Also in attendance were Deputy Borough President Ed Burke, former Borough President James Molinaro, former Councilman Vincent Ignizio, former Councilman Fred Cerullo and Commissioner Tom Cocola who were honorees.  Assemblywoman Nicole Maliotakis, Assemblyman Michael Cusick and Councilmember Debi Rose were also on hand.

Said James Prendamano about being chosen an SI Power 50, “I am humbled to have been chosen as one of Staten Island’s Power 50 by City & State.  As a native Staten Islander, I have done my best to promote our borough wherever and whenever I can.  I do it because I truly believe that New York City’s smallest borough is a remarkable place to live, work and play.  To be acknowledged for my work alongside so many remarkable individuals is an amazing honor and one I will always cherish.”

Mr. Prendamano has worked on large scale, north shore projects such as The Rail by BFC Partners, Urby Staten Island, by Ironstate and Empire Outlets by BFC Parnters.

James Prendamano and his team are leaders in commercial real estate on Staten Island.  They are also experts in the field of retail leasing.  Mr. Prendamano is proficient at matching developers with sites that will bring positive change to the surrounding community.

Mr. Prendamano is a member of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce and International Council of Shopping Centers. To read more about City & State SI Power 50 click here