Which real estate magnates made Forbes’ billionaires list?

TRD New York /
Sep.September 20, 2012 11:00 AM

Forbes Magazine’s annual billionaire list is out, and Richard LeFrak and the Blackstone Group’s Stephen Schwarzman tied for the top spot occupied by a real estate baron: #63, the New York Observer reported. Both men show a net worth of $5.2 billion, according to Forbes.

Other real estate pros on the list include Related’s Steven Ross, at $4.4 billion, Hartz Mountain Industries’ Leonard Stern, at $4.2 billion, and attorney Sheldon Solow, at $3.5 billion.

Donald Trump was #128 with a reported $3.1 billion — a figure that has been disputed. John Catsimatidis, who may be picking up the Food Emporium chain soon, which could diminish his fortune of $3 billion, was #132 on the list, tied with Tishman Speyer’s Jerry Speyer.

New York Daily News’ head Mort Zuckerman, of Boston Properties, nabbed spot #190, with $2.4 billion in assets. [NYO] Guelda Voien


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