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Stu Siegel drops real estate for the NHL!

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Stu Siegel, co- founder and former CEO of eNeighborhoods has joined the ownership group of the Florida Panther’s NHL hockey team. This is huge news. Stu sold his company to Dominion Enterprises in March of 2007. He has since left the company, and now we all know what he’s been up to!

But wait there’s more…

Stu Siegel, former real estate technology vendor now hangs with Beyoncé.

Reading the press release below you can see that the Florida Panthers ownership is just part of the equation, SSE manages the Bank Atlantic Center in South Florida which puts on huge concerts and other entertainment events.

So it looks like Stu is turning his attention to the entertainment business. From the covers of REAL ESTATE Magazine now on to the covers of ESPN and Entertainment Weekly. Next thing you know we’ll see him being chased by paparazzi! Don’t forget about us Stu!!

Congrats and go Panthers!!



Sunrise Sports & Entertainment adds to its Dynamic Leadership Team

SUNRISE, Fla. – Sunrise Sports & Entertainment (SSE), the organization that owns the Florida Panthers and operates the BankAtlantic Center, is pleased to announce Stu Siegel has joined the ownership group led by general partner Alan Cohen. Siegel will be taking on the operating roles of Managing Director of SSE and Chairman of the Florida Panthers Foundation, the philanthropic arm of SSE.

“It’s more than just an honor to become a part of the Sunrise Sports & Entertainment Team,” said Siegel. “It’s literally a dream come true, as I have aspired to join the ownership of a NHL team for many years. I look forward to working closely with the group at SSE, the Panthers and the Panthers Foundation to enhance our prestigious reputation and involvement in our community.”

Siegel, founder and former CEO of Boca Raton based eNeighborhoods, Inc. – one of the fastest growing technology companies for the real estate industry – has been a hockey fanatic since childhood. Siegel started playing ice hockey at an early age, played for the University of Pennsylvania all four years he attended, and continues to play today in a South Florida men’s league. Siegel has been very involved in philanthropic causes, primarily through the private foundation he formed with his wife Jill over a decade ago.

“Sunrise Sports & Entertainment is honored to have Stu take such an active leadership role within the ownership group,” said Alan Cohen, Chairman, CEO and general partner of SSE. “His impressive track record of success speaks for itself. However, it’s his ability to stay connected to the core community while at the same time focusing on key initiatives that will provide further opportunities for growth and development of SSE, the Panthers and our foundation.”

The Florida Panthers Foundation has a mission to assist non-profit organizations which focus on health care, education and cultural needs of children and families through corporate partnerships, philanthropic grants and unique resources. Through teamwork, interaction and dedication, the Florida Panthers Foundation works to bring together a wealth of talent on and off the ice to build a better future for the people of South Florida.


  1. Stu,

    Watching the game tonight from NY: you look like the same Stu Siegel that I worked with many years ago (I think for Concord Assets Group).

    As I recall, you left to work for possibly your father with some direct marketing product.

    Just wanted to say congrats with all your success! Just let me know if my memory is shot or am I correct in that it was you years ago?


  2. Hey Stu,


    This is Ron I worked for you at eNeighborhoods in Bristol as a software developer.

    Panthers – Good stuff!

  3. Stu,
    SOOO happy for you!! You look absoluetly wonderful. I was tihinking about some of the past good times we al had together and deceided to look you up. It seems like only yesterday. Mss you. Hope all is well with you and your family. GO Florida Panthers!

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