Cary Tamarkin

Founder
Tamarkin Co.
5th Floor, 56 W 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010
(212) 414-2701
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Cary Tamarkin is the founder of New York City-based Tamarkin Co., an architecture firm and real estate developer. Tamarkin started out as an architect, but shifted to the development side of the business in the mid-1990s to make more money. He established his namesake firm in 1994. As of 2015, his firm’s in-progress developments included 550 West 29th Street and 10 Sullivan Street. Past developments include 508 West 24th Street, 456 West 19th Street, 47 East 91st Street, and 397 West 12th Street. The firm’s design portfolio includes the conversion of a firehouse into a private residence for CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper and an 18-story condominium at 72 Sullivan for Madison Equities. Tamarkin trained to become an architect at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. –MK

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