Greg Dell’Aquila, president of Mission 50 and Hoboken Chamber of Commerce

Listen in as Susan Newman (aka Suzy Brandtastic) interviews Greg Dell’Aquila, president of Mission 50 and the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce.

Greg Dell’Aquila is the president of Mission 50, Hoboken, New Jersey’s premier shared office workspace. Established in 2011 under Dell’Aquila’s direction, Mission 50 has quickly become known for its dynamic community of individuals and small business owners.

Previously, he served as president of JDA Group, a full-service real estate development company headquartered in Hoboken, and as a sales associate for Knecht Properties.

Throughout his career, Dell’Aquila has built a reputation as a true visionary in regard to potential redevelopment of under-utilized properties and how such redevelopments can transform an area.  

He is also an active member of his community. Dell’Aquila currently serves as president of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce and was chairperson of the Community Liaison Board of Hoboken High School.

In addition, he founded the Small Education for Children Foundation, a nonprofit based in Hoboken, and is the former president of the Hoboken Rotary Club.  He is also a lector, eucharistic minister and taught 2nd Grade CCD at St. Francis Church located in Hoboken.


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