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Howard Lorber

Chairman
Douglas Elliman|Vector Group|New Valley
712 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10019
212.891.5940
Website

Howard Lorber is the chairman of Prudential Douglas Elliman, a residential brokerage in New York that has national reach. He is also the president and chief executive of Vector Group Ltd., the NYSE-listed parent company of the brokerage. That firm is also the holding company for several tobacco businesses. Lorber and business partner Dottie Herman bought control of the Prudential Douglas Elliman for nearly $72 million in 2003. In 2011, Vector Group partnered with the Witkoff Group to buy 1107 Broadway from Lehman Brothers for $190 million.

Lorber, who was born in 1948 in the Bronx, grew up in Paramus, New Jersey, and attended Long Island University, also serves as the executive chairman of food company Nathan's Famous, known for its hot dogs. He is married to Thea Hallman, and his son Michael Lorber is a real estate broker at Douglas Elliman.


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  • Address 225 East 63rd Street
  • Neighborhood Lenox Hill
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 44,500,000
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The operating lease for the Renoir House sold for $44.5 million, the New York Post reported.
Queens, 11101
Ekstein Development, 43RD AVENUE CONDO LLC
The sponsor(s) filed plans on 06/10/15 for a condo project at 25-19 43rd...
Manhattan, 10019
VECTOR GROUP (HOWARD LORBER), LEONA M&HARRY B.HELMSLEY CHARITA
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Manhattan, 10019
VECTOR GROUP (HOWARD LORBER), LEONA M&HARRY B.HELMSLEY CHARITA
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