In case you missed it over the weekend, the NY Times ran a mini-profile of Richard Bernstein, who heads up the Trammell Crow Company’s New York office. This is why I already like him:
A broker with 16 years’ experience, Mr. Bernstein, 52, had built a reputation as a strategic thinker who, despite a healthy ego, opposed winning through intimidation. Rather than attending galas, this father of three prefers taking the 6:30 p.m. express home to White Plains, and he is an accomplished classical pianist who stashed a Steinway grand piano into a basement studio near his old office in order to squeeze a fugue into his spare moments.
Of course, I don’t play the piano, but I’m getting pretty good at Internet Reversi.