JD Carlisle Development is a New York City-based real estate development firm. As of 2016, the company's principals were President Evan Stein and Chairman Jules Demchick. Its projects have included Morton Square, 600 Washington, the Cielo, Centria, Gramercy Green, Beatrice and 12-18 West 55th Street. In 2012, joint-venture partners JD Carlisle and DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners sold the Beatrice, a 301-unit rental building at 105 West 29th Street, for $280 million. M.D. Carlisle Construction is the general contractor on JD Carlisle development projects. In 2015, JD Carlisle partnered with China's Fosun Group to build a 180-unit residential tower at 126 Madison Avenue.
The residential property sold for $275 million, or $1,058 per square foot. NYU will use the building to house 900 undergraduate students. The facility includes a study lounge on floors three through five as well as a large space for events and activities. The sub-level space will open in spring 2009 with a gym, private study rooms and a TV lounge.