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May 24, 2018 - 2:55pm

You can't have this list without looking at Jonathan Gray or Sam Zell.

"Who am I? I'm the guy that does his job. You must be the other guy."
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May 24, 2018 - 4:55pm

Agreed that's another great one.

"Who am I? I'm the guy that does his job. You must be the other guy."
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May 24, 2018 - 5:14pm

Me

Commercial Real Estate Developer

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May 26, 2018 - 1:10am

In no particular order

  1. Jonathan Gray
  2. Mark Gibson
  3. Barry Sternlicht
  4. Harlan Crow
  5. Sam Zell

I come from down in the valley, where mister when you're young, they bring you up to do like your daddy done

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May 26, 2018 - 4:40pm

I think its pretty cool if you can take certain names off of these list and google what they were involved in and see how they actually changed cities in major ways.

Century City would not have happened in Los Angeles if it wasn't for Zeckendorf

Sam Zell was behind Wrigley Field in Chicago

Jonathan Gray and Hilton worldwide along with the EOP just these two portfolios include major landmarks in cities.

May 30, 2018 - 10:52am
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I think its pretty cool if you can take certain names off of these list and google what they were involved in and see how they actually changed cities in major ways.

Sam Zell was behind Wrigley Field in Chicago

As much as I love Sam Zell, let's not give him too much credit. Wrigley Field was built long before Zell was born; he briefly owned Wrigley Field in the sense that Tribune Co sold off the Cubs prior to bankruptcy...
May 27, 2018 - 3:20pm

Donald Bren of the Irvine Company. He's tackled almost every asset type (Master planned communities, SFR development, apartments, retail, office, hotels, marinas, distressed debt, land conservation, and even still owns a cash flowing orange grove in Irvine behind Orchard Hills). Pretty cool story about how he and a consortium of investors such as Henry Ford's grandson and Alfred Taubman bought the Irvine Ranch from the Irvine Family. It was originally a Spanish land grant. He eventually wrangled for control and emerged as the sole 100% owner of the Irvine Company. He's done some great things with their retail stuff as of late. He sold off some stuff in the 70s/80s and employed very strategic use of deed-restrictions to create artificial supply constraints for certain asset types in Irvine. Ultimately this has made everyone win. I guess it goes back into the masterplanning thing.

Rick Caruso is also one of the best minds in "hospitality" real estate. He's a cross product guy but each of his properties is focused on offering the best experience for the end user whether that be a shopper, a hotel guest, or a working professional in one of their office projects. It's really a hospitality business at its core. Check out their concierge stuff they offer.

I had a flair for languages. But I soon discovered that what talks best is dollars, dinars, drachmas, rubles, rupees and pounds fucking sterling.
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May 30, 2018 - 1:48am

Steve Ross of Related, the Crown family, the Ritz brothers, LeFrak, Tishman Speyer family, the list goes on

ET
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May 30, 2018 - 9:45am

Sam Zell
Gerry Hines
Jonathan Gray
Robert Moses
Shorenstein, Speyer, Steve Ross

Space and place.
May 31, 2018 - 3:49pm
The Duke of Wall Street:

I see his name a bunch but don't know much about his history. What's his story?
mike tyson was his best man at his wedding. that's pretty much all we need to know here
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