The Cambria, Philadelphia’s newest hotel along the Avenue of the Arts, has 223 expansive hotel rooms, restaurants and a rooftop bar/restaurant. A stone’s throw from City Hall, this state of the art hotel represents a creative replacement for a long dormant concrete garage.
Mr. Pearlstein is a graduate of Georgetown University (BA) and Temple University’s Law School and Business School (JD-MBA). His significant experience in real estate investment, operations and development includes a 5-year stint in senior management at Toll Brothers, Inc. where he directed special acquisitions, including the acquisition of land and multi-million-dollar investment properties. Among other endeavors, Mr. Pearlstein is an original Member of the Executive Committee of Georgetown University’s Steers Center for Global Real Estate and is on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Central Philadelphia Development Corporation (CPDC). The CPDC is the central research and urban planning advocacy organization for the economic advancement of the City of Philadelphia.
Mr. Slogoff has an extensive background in real estate finance and development. An honors graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (BA), Mr. Slogoff holds a law degree from the University of Miami School of Law and spent several years with the prominent Dilworth law firm in Philadelphia. Subsequently, as a member of the management team of Entercom Communications Corp. (ETM) Mr. Slogoff participated in the initial public stock offering by ETM on the NYSE. He also served 17 years as a member of the Board of Directors of Universal Property & Casualty (UVE), a publicly traded Property & Casualty Insurance Company. Together with Mr. Pearlstein, Mr. Slogoff founded JAZ Construction, Pearl’s affiliated construction company and runs the day-to-day operations of Pearl Properties.