Steven C. Witkoff is the chairman and the principal shareholder of The Witkoff Group, a privately held company that owns and operates real estate nationwide. The Witkoff Group’s diverse portfolio consists of commercial, residential, retail, industrial properties as well as various land and hotel development interests. The portfolio includes a number of well-known landmark buildings including The Woolworth Building, 420 Fifth Avenue, 866 Third Avenue, Devonshire House in London, 1107 Broadway and 10 Hanover Square. Currently, The Witkoff Group is overseeing the development of 150 Charles Street and 1107 Broadway into condominiums and retail which collectively encompass over 750 million of development cost. The Witkoff Group has long specialized in distressed debt situations. Beginning in the early 1990’s through and including today, The Witkoff Group has consummated multiple transactions that began with a distressed debt buy.
Mr. Witkoff is an attorney and previously practiced real estate law at Dreyer & Traub and Rosenman & Colin. Mr. Witkoff has served on the Executive Committee for the Real Estate Board of New York, and as a trustee for the Intrepid Foundation and serves on the Board of the Jeffrey Modell Foundation. Mr. Witkoff is a native New Yorker and resides in the city. [+]
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