Geto & de Milly named top PR Real Estate Firm by New York Observer
Geto & de Milly helped anti-recidivism group Getting Out and Staying Out develop an enhanced digital presence including a new modern website and deisign of an all-new social media push, helping to raise their profile as a leading reentry organization in New York City
Geto & de Milly successfully brought Zeckendorf Development's Norman Foster-designed 50 United Nations Plaza to Manhattan’s East Side.
Geto & de Milly is delighted to be part of the team behind the team: handling public affairs for New York City's newest Major League Soccer team, the New York City Football Club.
Geto & de Milly, Inc. handles media, government and community relations for Solow Development’s East River Project, site of acclaimed architect Richard Meier’s sleek black glass tower 685 First Avenue, now under construction.
Geto & de Milly works to ensure New York City remains a global cultural capital, representing the professional musicians of Broadway, Lincoln Center and citywide—members of Local 802, AFM.
Avery Hall Investments partners walk through Boerum Hill, the site of their acclaimed Morris Adjmi-designed residential condominium project at 465 Pacific Street, opening in 2017. Geto & de Milly handles the building’s marketing and PR.
Geto & de Milly handled multi-platform PR for Frank Gehry’s stunning, 76-story luxury residential tower in Lower Manhattan, the iconic New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street. (Photo credit: Christopher Anderson/Magnum Photos for New York Magazine)
Geto & de Milly developed a successful branding and social media campaign to raise the profile of Boricua College’s Bronx campus and increase student enrollment.
Geto & de Milly generated millions in private and public funding for the inspiring Louis Kahn-designed Franklin Delano Roosevelt “Four Freedoms Park” on Roosevelt Island, NYC.
Geto & de Milly was part of the strategic government, community and public relations team to bring the acclaimed Barclays Center to Brooklyn, NY – home to Brooklyn Nets basketball and New York Islanders hockey.