From the archives: Carl Weisbrod, an understated force

He announced today he will retire at the end of this month from his two city positions

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2017 06:00 PM

NYC City Planning Commissioner Carl Weisbrod (Credit: Chance Yeh)

Carl Weisbrod, the recently appointed chair of the New York City Planning Commission, may not have the star power that his predecessor Amanda Burden did. Burden is an heir to the Standard Oil fortune, dates broadcast journalist Charlie Rose and lives blocks away from Mayor Michael Bloomberg on the Upper East Side.

But Weisbrod is an old hand at city politics and a veteran on the New York City real estate scene. So when Mayor Bill de Blasio picked him to head the commission charged with overseeing the city’s rezonings and trajectory for growth, the real estate industry was relieved.

Read the full story from the August 2014 issue here.


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