JDS is a real estate development, construction, and acquisition firm based in New York City specializing in raising the bar for luxury residential, hospitality, and mixed-use projects. JDS’ team of industry-leading professionals has a wide range of experience and unique expertise in the fields of design and construction, hands-on project management, results-driven sales and marketing, and real estate related financing stemming from experience in development and construction across New York and Miami.
Currently, JDS has over seven million square feet of property in various stages of development. Recent projects include the record-setting Walker Tower, Stella Tower, 626 First Avenue and The Fitzroy. Through dedication to quality materials, and hard work, JDS projects are crafted to synthesize art, engineering, and ingenuity. The result: quality construction, exceptional living spaces, and carefully considered detailing, harmonizing old and new, classic and modern, and form and function
PMG was founded by Kevin Maloney in 1991, and is a premier real estate investment, development and general construction firm. The company is headquartered in New York with offices in Miami and Chicago. PMG is one of the few remaining full-service, large-scale development companies with staff capable of maneuvering all facets of the development process. With direct hands-on experience in the acquisition, renovation, financing, operation and marketing of commercial and residential real estate, PMG has completed 85 residential buildings in New York, Florida, and Chicago, and over 150 real estate projects throughout the United States. During its 24-year history, PMG has developed projects across all asset types and distinguished itself by focusing on premier luxury residential properties. Consistently enhancing the luxury experience, PMG is notable for meticulously designed projects such as Walker Tower, Stella Tower, The Belnord, The Briarcliffe, The Kingsley, Mei Miami Beach and most recently, Echo Aventura in North Miami Beach. Currently, PMG is in various stages of developing over 5 million square feet of residential property, including 10 Sullivan, Queens Plaza Park, Queens Plaza South, Echo Brickell, Muse Residences, 111 Leroy Street, 548 West 22nd St and numerous others throughout New York City, Miami, and Chicago.
Spruce Capital Partners, founded in 2007 by Joshua Crane and Robert Schwartz, is a New York City based real estate owner, developer, and investor. The firm and its partners have both acquired and developed a portfolio of assets totaling in excess of $3 billion. Additionally, the partners of Spruce run S3 Capital, one of the most active bridge lenders in New York City. S3 has closed over 250 loans since 2014 totaling over $1 billion. The firm employs a team of experienced industry professionals in construction, finance, underwriting, acquisitions, origination and asset management.
SHoP harnesses the power of interdisciplinary expertise to create architecture that makes our cities more vibrant, more beautiful, and more rewarding places for all to live. Operating from its studios in New York’s historic Woolworth Building, the critically-acclaimed firm has a staff of 180 talented people and projects completed or underway on four continents. At the heart of SHoP’s work is a respect for the expressive potential of traditional architectural materials, and a pioneering technological capability that transforms them into inspiring statements for the world of today.
Studio Sofield, led by Principal William Sofield, is a design firm with the reputation for a thoughtful, multi-disciplined approach to design characterized by working in response to not only the project locale but the unique needs of the client. All of Sofield’s projects imbue a restrained luxury in design through choices in materials and craft as well as through a process of discovery where clients decipher their very own concept of luxury. With 111 West 57th Street, William Sofield has incorporated this philosophy with his Historicist training to develop a considerate and contemporary response to the changing New York City skyline.