Edward J. Minskoff
17 Jane is an art form expressed architecturally.— Edward J. Minskoff
A longtime figure in the world of New York real estate development, Edward J. Minskoff has developed more than 37 million square feet of property in 10 cities around the country.
Over three decades, he has become known as a builder with an artistic sensibility. In each building that he owns, there are works from his renowned collection of twentieth-century contemporary art.
51 Astor Place
Completed in 2013, 51 Astor Place is a ground-up, class-A, LEED Gold commercial office and retail development designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Fumihiko Maki, of Maki & Associates. Bounded by Astor Place, Third Avenue, Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue, the nearly 400,000-square-foot building occupies an entire city block in the East Village.
101 Avenue of the Americas
Completed in 1991 and then fully renovated and repositioned in 2013, 101 Avenue of the Americas is a 425,000-square-foot, Class-A, LEED-certified commercial office building located in Hudson Square. After its recent repositioning, the building was a key catalyst in establishing the subdistrict as an important office submarket for technology and creative companies.
101 Warren Street
Located in TriBeCa, 101 Warren Street is a ground-up development of a 607,500-square-foot high-end luxury residential condominium designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP. The 35-story stone-clad building houses 220 luxury units, many of which have expansive outdoor areas; of the total, 59 are configured as duplexes, which all have outdoor living areas. In addition, the building sits on a podium 45 feet in the air, where Thomas Balsley designed a forest of 101 pine trees.