Four generations of the Rudin family have made significant contributions to the real estate, civic, philanthropic and cultural life of New York City. In addition to developing and managing one of the largest privately owned commercial and residential property portfolios in New York City, members of the family have been catalysts behind some of the city's most significant events and institutions, including the New York City Marathon and the Association for A Better New York. The Rudin family has also been deeply involved with Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, the Central Park Conservancy, the Battery Park Conservancy, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The Rudin Family is committed to creating sustainable and timeless developments that look to the city's future. The Greenwich Lane is the culmination of years of work to merge an enormous, landmark site with extraordinary design, unprecedented amenities, restored green space, and neighborhood citizenship, all in the heart of the West Village historic district. This complex will be New York City's first residential development to receive the LEED Gold Neighborhood Development designation.