The principals at Stillman offer our clients a combined 75+ years of hands-on experience in co-op, condo, and apartment building management.
Brian Scally, President
Brian Scally has over 30 years of experience in property management. After graduating from Concordia College in 1986 with a BS in Education, Brian became the superintendent of an 88-unit Cooperative in Westchester County. This expertise allows him to investigate both site issues as well as resident complaints from his vast building experience. In 2007, Brian joined Garthchester Realty as a property manager, managing 7 properties, it was his firsthand knowledge that allowed Brian to form long lasting working relationships with his Board of Directors and residents. Now, as an Executive officer in both Garthchester and Stillman Management, Brian oversees all property managers as well as communicates with the Board of Directors and/or Shareholders if and when needed. Brian feels by staying in touch with each building he is better able to assess issues if and when they arise.
Brian takes great pleasure in letting the supers know he too was a super and understands the day to day operations of the building. Brian recognizes a person’s home is one of the most important items in their lives and when an issue arises in a resident’s home, addressing it promptly is very important.
Craig Perusini, President
Craig Perusini began his career in property management in Manhattan in the 1980’s as the Controller and then the Vice President of Finance for a prestigious broker manager involved in the then influx of cooperative conversions in the city. In the early 90’s, Craig’s career brought him to the Westchester County and then Riverdale, where his expertise translated well to the condominiums and cooperatives in this area. During this time boards were inexperienced in the cooperative genre of home ownership and a lot of guidance was needed to keep these properties on track and to educate them on the functioning of building systems and the associated costs. Boards have evolved immensely over this time in their knowledge and sophistication. There is now far more understanding of the complexities of running and “owning” a building and in the balance between dealing with current and future projected needs, the latter being a true passion in the budgeting process.
As a degreed accountant and an MBA, Craig has spent over thirty years guiding boards with their finances and all phases of property management.
Jeffrey Stillman, CPA, Vice President
Jeffrey Stillman, who grew up in a family whose real estate roots go back to the 1940s, joined his brothers Andrew and Roy at Stillman Property Management in the late 1980s, after working for Goldstein Golub & Kessler and Chase Manhattan Bank as an accountant. With more than 35 years of experience in finance and accounting, Jeffrey serves as Vice President overseeing the operation of the company’s finance, bookkeeping, and accounting departments. He also coordinates Stillman’s technology resources, including property management software and on-line systems for communication between Stillman Property Management and its co-op and condominium clients.
Jeffrey actively contributes his expertise to industry and professional organizations. A long-standing member of the Building and Realty Institute (BRI), he serves on its board of trustees and worked with its union negotiating committee on cost-saving measures for building owners. Jeffrey held the positions of vice-chair and chair of the BRI Advisory Council of Managing Agents (ACMA), where he helped create and implement its property management code of ethics. In 1997, he was the recipient of an ACMA award citing his years of service to its property managers group. Jeffrey is a founding member, past chair, and current vice chair of the White Plains Business Improvement District (WPBID).
Jeffrey, a Mamaroneck resident, is serving a three-year term on the Mamaroneck School Board Selection Committee. He is active in the Mamaroneck Chamber of Commerce and Westchester County Association. Jeffrey also donates his time to Boy Scout Troop 2.
A graduate of Syracuse University with an accounting degree, Jeffrey has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) since 1988.
Roy Stillman, Esq., Vice President
Roy Stillman, Esq., President of Stillman Management, was born into a real estate family with roots dating back to the 1940s. He joined the family business in the 1970s and developed its real estate management services with the mission that the company upholds today – to provide superior service and specialized management programs to help properties achieve optimal operation. As a practicing attorney, Roy coordinates Stillman’s management contracts and legal matters, including sales, transfers, and sublets. He also serves as the head of marketing, public relations, and advertising and is the President of Stillman's Brokerage Division.
Roy’s real estate knowledge and expertise is highly-regarded in professional organizations. He has been an active member of the Building and Realty Institute (BRI) since the 1970s, is a past president of the Apartment Owners Advisory Council of Westchester County, and served on the Owner's Committee Advisory to New York State Division of Housing. A contributor to community organizations throughout Westchester (NY) County, Roy currently serves on the board of Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS). In the 1990s, he chaired the UJA Federation Business and Professional Division and served as a board member of Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, NY, where he also was vice president of its school's board of education. Roy is a past president of the Jewish Council of Yonkers. Among Roy’s numerous recognitions are a leadership award from the UJA Federation and a distinguished service award from Westchester Jewish Council.
A graduate of Syracuse University, Roy Stillman received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School. He is a member of the Real Estate Section of the New York State Bar Association and a licensed real estate broker in New York State.