101 Clark Street doorman Ronald Williams has been named Brooklyn’s best doorman by his union, the Brooklyn Paper reports:
Brooklyn Paper: Originally from Bedford-Stuyvesant, Williams — who is technically a lobby attendant — said he got his start nearly 30 years ago at Taino Towers in East Harlem. A friend knew he lived in Brooklyn, and gave him a tip that 101 Clark St., a 310-unit building near Monroe Place, was hiring.
One door opened — and it has yet to close.
He explained the secret of his success: “I’ve been here a long time, I know everyone and I’m a pretty nice guy. I’m attentive, courteous, and dependable.”