Jonathan D Resnick ’89 joined Jack Resnick & Sons, one of New York’s preeminent, family-owned real estate development and management companies, in 1996. Named the company’s president in 2007, Resnick oversees the firm’s portfolio of approximately six million square feet of commercial office and retail space, and approximately 1,000 rental apartments. He is directly involved with portfolio management, capital projects, leasing, and new development.
Some of the firm’s recent projects include the new, 258-unit residential condominium at 200 Chambers Street; a $35 million redevelopment of the company’s 250 Hudson Street office building; a $12 million repositioning of the office building at 880 Third Avenue, which was built by the firm in 1968; and the ground-up construction of The Gershwin, a 550-unit rental apartment building at 250 West 50th Street.
Resnick is a director of the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations, chairman of the Greater New York Construction User Council, a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, and a member of the Carnegie Hall Real Estate Council. He serves on the boards of the New York Building Congress, the East Midtown Partnership BID, and the Salvadori Center, and is a long-time supporter of the Campaign for the High Line. He holds a bachelor of science degree in communications from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.