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  • Analyst 3+ in RE - Comm
Apr 25, 2021 - 7:06am

I had a friend who worked there, and they really did not like the culture. Very long hours, I don't think the pay was stellar, and sounds like it was a pretty toxic atmosphere. I don't have too many specifics to offer...I'm sure you would learn a ton (my friend certainly did). But my main takeaway was that it is not a "lifestyle shop", haha. 

  • Analyst 3+ in RE - Comm
Apr 26, 2021 - 11:09am

What's interesting is that their development team has a heavy architecture (as opposed to finance/business) background

As a finance guy, I think finance is much easier to learn. I'd rather be an architect/designer and have to pick up development finance vs. trying to learn architecture/design with a finance background. Maybe I'm biased because I've realized that I'm way more drawn to arch/design than finance...

Apr 26, 2021 - 11:37am

What's interesting is that their development team has a heavy architecture (as opposed to finance/business) background

Firms like Extell are so large that they have separate departments to handle the high level finance side of things. These firms development groups are more boots on the ground/project management.

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  • Analyst 1 in RE - Comm
Apr 27, 2021 - 1:37am

I work in the industry in commercial brokerage in NY, I think they're a top developer in the city with some amazing projects. Don't know anyone directly working there, but looking at the employees seems they hire from great schools and I'm assuming the work life balance is not good like others mentioned. This is probably a place you're not spending your career at.

  • Developer in RE - Comm
Apr 28, 2021 - 7:55pm

I'm in NYC, really don't know anyone there too well. Personally, they give me the classic New York finance-bro sweat shop vibe, so that is my "working" assumption. I would really try and get a first hand experience report, if you are considering a role that.

TBH, I am pretty confident they very leveraged in both debt and equity terms.... that typically forces very lean operations and thus sweat shop culture by necessity of being under constant pressure and not having enough staff to do everything. Is this true for them? Not sure, but I would not be surprised. 

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