Henry Argasinski, RPA


In 1977 two events happened which would change Toronto the Good forever.  The first was the brutal rape and murder of a 12 year old shoeshine boy.  The second was the opening of The Eaton Centre.  The Mall Walkers of The Eaton Centre had cleaned up a stretch of Toronto's notorious Yonge Street strip and were chronicled in the New York Times for having thrown out over 34,000 trouble-makers from the mall in a single year.  The Eaton Centre was Life in the City, and the Mall Walkers were the law.  But behind the glamorous fashion and bright lights was another world the public would never see: murder, gang brawls, sexual assault and the torching of several city blocks linked directly to the roots of the Canadian Establishment.  These were the secrets which would eventually bring the Mall Walkers down.  A Life in the City is the true story behind the scenes following the opening of the giant mall which would turn Toronto into a world class city, and the secrets hidden to preserve Life in the City at any expense.



Cooper came to live with us and filled our hearts with love.

TechTown Meets Hockeytown
TechTown Meets Hockeytown (2010)
Henry Argasinski, RPA is currently Senior Property Manager with the Farbman Group for DMC Real Estate Services in Detroit  He has an extensive background spanning three decades in real estate management.  His comprehensive management portfolio has included over 15 million square feet of commercial office, medical and retail space.  Henry has been the awardee of BOMA's Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award for medical office building since 2013.  In recent years he has been with Summit/Liberty Property Management and the Wayne State University Research and Technology Park, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. in Toledo as Manager over One SeaGate complex and Fifth Third Center.  Prior to Cushman & Wakefield, he was Real Estate Manager with CB Richard Ellis and responsible for the Metro Detroit management portfolio with major clients including Ford Motor Company and Federal Mogul.  During his tenure with CB Richard Ellis, Henry was recognized as a “Manager of the Quarter” for the company in 2003.  Henry received his RPA designation in 2016.

        Summit Property Management Team at 2013-2014 TOBY Award Ceremony.

In 2006, Henry was an awardee of Michigan's 21st Century Jobs Fund (single awardee from Macomb County in Michigan) for his development of the REALSCAPE Emergency Management and Life Safety System.  Henry is also known for his project work with Olympia Entertainment (including the Red Wings and Tigers) in Detroit, and has contributed his talents to local Detroit based organizations including Create Detroit, SuperBowl XL Host Committee and The Heidelberg Project.   As part of his involvement with homeland security, Henry was a member of the Wayne County Homeland Security Advisory Board from 2003 to 2006.  In July, 2010 Henry was instrumental in bringing the filming of "A Very Merry Harold & Kumar Christmas" onto the TechTown campus.  He is still remembered in his hometown of Toronto where, as an 18 year old high school student, he ran for Mayor on a pro-development platform and placed as a surprizing runner-up behind the popular incumbent in the election.