Deal Making - A Conversation with Francis Greenburger
Dec 08, 2010
from 06:00 PM to 07:15 PM
|Where||17 Lexington Ave., Room 1220|
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Francis Greenburger is the founder, chairman, chief executive officer and guiding force behind Time Equities, Inc. Established in 1966, Time Equities, Inc. has been in the real estate investment, development, asset and property management business for over 40 years. TEI currently holds in its own portfolio approximately 20.7 million square feet of residential, industrial, office and retail property including more than 4,500 multi-family apartment units. With properties in 25 states, four Canadian provinces and Germany, the TEI portfolio benefits from a diversity of property types, sizes and markets.
Mr. Greenburger is well known for his ability to anticipate real estate trends and changing market conditions. TEI was a market leader in the cooperative conversion business in New York City, having converted over 100 buildings including over 10,000 units. More recently, TEI took the lead in the conversion of obsolete office buildings into residential apartments in New York’s Wall Street area. TEI is currently working on or has recently completed several development projects in Downtown Brooklyn, Manhattan, Long Island, Jersey City, NJ, Seattle, Washington, and Toronto, Canada.
Mr. Greenburger also has a passion for the arts. He is the founder and principal benefactor of the Art Omi International Arts Center, a 18 year-old not-for-profit arts colony and educational center which hosts residency programs for visual artists, writers, dancers and musicians from all over the world; as well as a renowned sculpture park which is open to the public on a 300-acre property in Ghent, New York.
Finally, he is the Chairman of S.J. Greenburger Associates, Inc. A literary agency founded by his father over 75 years ago representing many world-renown and best selling authors including Dan Brown and Nelson Demille.
Mr. Greenburger is also a very active board member of several not-for-profit organizations: Omi International Arts Center, Inc., Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Michael Wolk Heart Foundation, Columbia Greene Hospital Foundation Capital Campaign Committee, Alliance for Downtown New York, Catalog For Giving, Little Red Schoolhouse/Elizabeth Irwin High School Board of Trustees, Mass MoCA, Lincoln Center – Real Estate and Construction Council, NYU Real Estate Institute Advisory Board, Real Estate Foundation Advisory Board, Francis J. Greenburger Foundation, Alexander Jerome Willows Greenburger Foundation, Inc., Tudor Greens, Inc., Sports and Arts In Schools, Lavigny Writer’s Residency, Baruch Real Estate Advisory Board for the Department of Real Estate, NAIOP New York City Chapter Advisory Council.
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