The Greenwich Lane

The Greenwich Lane

West Eleventh Street

Rudin Family

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.

West Twelfth Street
West Twelfth Street

Global Holdings

Global Holdings, Inc. specializes in large scale commercial real estate and high end residential developments, led by Chairman and Founder Eyal Ofer. With over thirty years of experience in global real estate, Eyal Ofer has led the creation of a large, diversified portfolio of development and investment properties around the world. Global Holdings' real estate portfolio has steadily grown through acquisitions, the creation of value, and reinvestment.

Its extensive holdings include prime commercial and residential properties in Manhattan and a controlling stake in Miller Global Properties, LLC, a large real estate investment fund focusing on North America and Europe. Global Holdings' philosophy is to identify long-term partners who share the company’s vision of creating luxury properties in iconic locations, working with best-in-class developers and architects. Notable residential development projects include The Greenwich Lane, 15 Central Park West, 50 United Nations Plaza, and the redevelopment of 18 Gramercy Park.

Center for Global Conservation



Founded over 35 years ago, the award-winning firm FXFOWLE encompasses architecture, interior design, planning and urban development. With offices in New York and Washington DC, the practice is committed to innovative design inspired by urbanism, technology, and sustainable strategies. The basis of FXFOWLE’s work is a collective, rigorous exploration of fit and form, driven by ideas about function, place, and the role of design in human settlement. Knowledge and understanding of the larger community and environmental issues bring a unique perspective to every project, resulting in work that is innovative, relevant, and timeless.

Senior Partner Dan Kaplan FAIA leads FXFOWLE’s engagement on The Greenwich Lane. Kaplan’s work places an emphasis on crafting modern buildings that are distinguished by imagination, sustainability, and sophistication. A graduate of Cornell University, he is a Visiting Lecturer at Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning and chair of its Advisory Board. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Principal Stephan Dallendorfer RIBA also a graduate of Cornell, leads the architectural and overall design team with a special focus on crafting superior residential environments. Both Dan and Stephan are LEED accredited professionals.

O’Brien’s Manhattan home

Thomas O’Brien of Aero Studios

Thomas O'Brien of Aero Studios

Thomas O’Brien is an interior and home furnishings designer based in New York City. He is the founder and president of Aero Studios, one of America’s leading design firms, and the proprietor of Aero Ltd., the landmark Soho home boutique that is the retail extension of the studio. Since opening Aero’s doors in 1992, O’Brien has been celebrated for his ability to translate modern design into a warm and livable style. His work is best known for its blend of vintage modern elegance and easy domesticity, along with new variations on American traditional and classical forms.

In addition to interiors, O’Brien has created a highly regarded portfolio of fine home products, in partnership with a range of American heritage companies. He is also extensively involved in retail brand development for companies such as Williams-Sonoma, Inc., including large scale new store design programs for Pottery Barn and West Elm.

Southeast Federal Center

M. Paul Friedberg & Partners

M. Paul Friedman & Partners

MPFP, LLC / M. Paul Friedberg and Partners, established in 1958, is one of the best known interdisciplinary landscape architecture, urban design and planning firms in the country. The firm’s full range of services includes planning, programming, designing, engineering and construction supervision of commercial-institutional facilities, malls, and new residential communities, with an emphasis on the creation of parks, play environments, and plazas in many international locations.

These works, in conjunction with large-scale urban design and planning services, provide the capability to direct complex projects from concept to implementation, with continuity and detailed understanding of site and audience throughout the process. The firm is also proficient in a variety of environmental analysis, product design and development, graphics, civic and promotional programming, research, and community participation activities. MPFP is highly successful in working with municipalities, arts groups, architects, and artists.



  • Development Team: The Rudin Family / Global Holdings
  • Design Team: FXFOWLE, Architect; Thomas O’Brien of Aero Studios, Interior Designer; M. Paul Friedberg & Partners, Landscape Architect
  • Exclusive Marketing and Sales Agent: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
  • Fitness Center Consultant: The Wright Fit
  • Play Space Consultant: Roto Group
  • Creative Agency: Pentagram
  • Renderings: Hayes Davidson
  • View Photography: Richard Berenholtz
  • Neighborhood Photography: Eric Piasecki
  • Writer and Editor: Lisa Light