Since 1915, Fisher Brothers has come to epitomize excellence in prominent commercial and residential properties that dot the New York City skyline. From their modest roots as bricklayers in Queens, the founding brothers grew Fisher Brothers into what we know it as today – a family-owned, civic-minded, multi-generational real estate company that develops, owns, and manages first-class properties; as well as respected investors both in and out of the real estate sector.
Today, led by Arnold, Kenneth, Steven and Winston Fisher, the partners are proud to continue a legacy of uncompromisingly high standards and attention to detail in design, programming and operations of both residential and commercial developments. Fisher Brothers expertise was tapped in the building of exclusive residences such as Imperial House and Park V. Fisher Brothers is currently developing and managing residential properties in Washington, DC and New York City. Fisher Brothers built, owns and operates a sterling commercial real estate portfolio encompassing more than ten million square feet of Class A office space. The Fisher family’s deep‐rooted commitment to philanthropy reinforces the company’s core values and permeates the entire organization.
Witkoff is a privately held, global real estate development and investment firm headquartered in New York City. Founded by Steven Witkoff in 1997, the firm is a market leader in the ownership and development of premier residential, hospitality, office, retail, and mixed-use projects in major cities both in the United States and abroad.
Witkoff specializes in identifying and acquiring undervalued properties in key central business district locations as well as assets with strong repositioning potential in gateway markets. Leveraging a vertically integrated, operationally focused approach to project development, with in-house teams focused on acquisitions, financing, design, development, construction, sales and marketing, and asset and property management, Witkoff has consistently executed creative strategies across diverse asset classes.
Witkoff currently owns a large diverse portfolio and has a number of high-profile projects under development. Over an 18-year period, Witkoff has been involved in over 75 projects comprising more than 18 million square feet and representing in excess of $7 billion in total transaction value.
New Valley maintains equity positions in a broad portfolio of domestic and international real estate investments in the U.S., the Caribbean and Europe including apartments/condominiums and hotels in Manhattan, Queens, Miami Beach, Palm Springs, Maryland, Milan, Bermuda and St. Barthélemy. New Valley, which has executive offices in New York and Miami, also owns 70% of Douglas Elliman, the largest residential real estate brokerage firm in the New York metropolitan area and fourth-largest in the U.S.
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates is an international design practice headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Abu Dhabi. Spanning more than 35 countries, our portfolio includes a wide range of projects from museums and cultural facilities to boutique hotel and residential towers to many of the world’s most prominent skyscrapers.
From luxury serviced apartment towers to branded condominium complexes, KPF has an extensive portfolio of residential work, including 21 Davies Street in London’s Mayfair, 23-39 Blue Pool Road in Hong Kong’s Happy Valley, and National AIA Award winner One Jackson Square in Greenwich Village.
At the core of KPF’s architectural practice is design excellence. Earning the firm recognition as one of the most respected architectural design practices in the world, KPF’s body of work has been widely exhibited, is the subject of 13 monographs, and has won over 300 awards.
Goldstein Hill & West Architects (GHWA) is a New York City based architecture firm dedicated to the creation of the highest quality multi-use buildings. At its core, GHWA is a group of design professionals deeply experienced in the planning and design of high-rise residential and hospitality buildings, retail structures and multi-use complexes. Together the team has designed many of the most prominent structures in the New York City metropolitan area.
Alan Goldstein, L. Stephen Hill and David West, the company’s founders, have a legacy of excellence in design stretching back over 25 years. Together the team has the vision and skills necessary to create bold solutions that respond to the urban environment.
David Mann established mr architecture + decor in 1995. In the 20 years since the firm’s inception, he has assembled an extraordinary team of professionals who have completed a myriad of unique projects ranging in diversity from household products, set designs, domestic and corporate interiors, restaurants and retail stores, to large scale hospitality installations, civic memorials, and groundbreaking residential architecture.
The firm’s projects have garnered considerable attention from a number of the world’s most prestigious industry publications. One of the more notable is a solar-powered, geothermal house located in upstate New York, featured in The New York Times ‘T’ Magazine.
Other work includes the flagship Christian Dior Men’s and Women’s stores in Manhattan, the Parker PS hotel in Palm Springs, a private art gallery in the Pacific Northwest and the Pierre Hardy flagship store in Manhattan’s West Village.
Distinguished residential projects include a 12,000 square foot duplex loft in Soho, a new, ground-up townhouse on the upper east side, a fifth avenue apartment for a renowned art collector, and a park avenue duplex featured in architectural digest.
David Rockwell is the founder and President of Rockwell Group, an award-winning, cross-disciplinary architecture and design practice based in New York City with satellite offices in Madrid and Shanghai. Twice named as one of Fast Company’s most innovative design practices, the firm crafts a unique narrative for each project through the intersection of theater and architecture.
Projects include W Hotels; Nobu restaurants and hotels worldwide, NeueHouse, and the Elinor Bunin-Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center, among many others. Rockwell Group also created the Imagination Playground initiative, set design for the 2009 and 2010 annual Academy Awards and set design for On The Twentieth Century, Kinky Boots and Hairspray.
David’s numerous honors include the 2008 National Design Award by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum for outstanding achievement in Interior Design, the Presidential Design Award for his renovation of the Grand Central Terminal, inclusion in Architectural Digest’s AD 100, and three Tony Award nominations for Best Scenic Design. David is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
Edmund Hollander is the President of Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects, a firm with offices in New York City and Sag Harbor. The firm employs landscape architects, environmental planners and horticulturists. Ed worked for The Delta Group in Philadelphia and the venerable firm of Clarke and Rapuano in New York City before founding Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects, with his partner Maryanne Connelly in 1991.
Hollander Design projects have been published in The New York Times, Garden Design, Landscape Architecture, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden Handbook, and in numerous books on landscapes and gardens.
Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects has received many awards including the 2006 American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award in the residential design category as well as the New York Chapter American Society of Landscape Architecture awards in 2003–2009 and in 2011. Most recently the firm has been nominated for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Landscape Architecture.