Gary M. Rosenberg ’74 was featured in “The 30-Minute Interview” in the New York Times’ Business section. As founding partner of Rosenberg & Estis, he spoke about his firm’s relationship with the Durst Organization, which owns major commercial properties throughout New York. Rosenberg has been heavily involved in the company’s development of new properties at Bryant Park and the new World Trade Center.
In the interview, he described the experience of negotiating leases with large corporations like Conde Nast and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Rosenberg also joked about how to become a key player in corporate real estate. He said, “To be a developer in New York I always said you need the three Bs: brains, something else, and a billion dollars, and two out of three don’t help.”
Rosenberg is a member of the 1901 Society and the President’s Advisory Council.
Read more about Rosenberg in BLS LawNotes.
Read the full New York Times article.