Mark Moskowitz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Argo Real Estate, brings more than 30 years of experience to his role at the helm of both the property management and brokerage divisions.
The son of the firm’s founder, Henry Moskowitz, Mark joined Argo Real Estate in 1980 as a bookkeeper and ascended through many facets of the business including as property manager, salesperson, broker and project manager before stepping into his current office.
He is responsible for Argo’s strategic planning and leads a team of dedicated executives with more than 110 years of combined real estate experience. Under Mark’s guidance, Argo currently owns and manages 5,500 units in Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx and New Jersey, and manages an additional 6,500 units on behalf of condominiums and cooperatives.
Mark has a longstanding interest and expertise in systems, operations, business management, and the renovation of commercial office, hotel and historic and landmarked properties. Standout renovation projects include the Carlton Hotel on Madison Avenue, and a residential cooperative at 200 West 86th Street. He is a principal of several properties and has managed the successful conversion of multiple luxury apartment buildings in Manhattan. In addition, Mark is often called upon for his knowledge about the rights of building owners of cooperative, condominium and rental properties, and the process of protecting those rights.
A graduate of Columbia College, 1985, Mark also received his M.B.A. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business Executive Program. In 1986, he completed Wharton’s School of Business’s Family Business Program.
Through Mark’s leadership, Argo Real Estate works with the Broadway Malls Association to maintain and beautify medians along Broadway. He also serves on the board of Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority. Mark enjoys spending time with his family and traveling. He is an avid skier, runner and fitness enthusiast.