Richard L. Blau, principal at Hicksville-based real estate development company Good Deeds Development, and Anthony Bonomo, an attorney with the Law Offices of Ronald D. Weiss, P.C., in Melville have joined the Board of Directors of the Gold Coast Arts Center according to Regina Gil, founder and executive director of the Great Neck-based nonprofit arts and cultural organization.
A resident of Brookville, Mr. Blau’s development company specializes in the adaptive re-use of distressed commercial properties. Holdings include more than 400,000 square feet of space on Long Island and 500,000 square feet of developments in other markets, including Florida and Texas.
He is married to Julie Levi and has two grown daughters, Rachel and Sara. Mr. Blau also serves on several nonprofit boards, including the Schechter School of Long Island.
Anthony Bonomo is an associate at the Law Offices of Ronald D. Weiss, P.C., which concentrates in the fields of foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, and modification negotiation. He provides counsel to clients facing residential foreclosure. Mr. Bonano received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Adelphi University in 2009 and earned his Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University School of Law in 2018. Newly married, he and his wife reside in Fort Salonga.
“Anthony and Richard bring an added, new dimension of personal and professional experience to our diverse board of community and business leaders,” said Gil. “Their passion for the arts and commitment to service will be a tremendous asset in our core mission of bringing the arts to a broader audience, and we are delighted to welcome these gentlemen aboard.”