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    Ian Bruce Eichner

    Continuum Company
    30 West 21st Street, 11th Floor
    New York, NY 10010

    Ian Bruce Eichner is founder and chairman of real estate developer The Continuum Company. Eichner founded Continuum in 1981, and has since focused the companys core holdings on office, hospitality, and retail space in New York City, Miami, and Las Vegas, currently holding more than 12 million square feet and $6 billion in property. Eichner began his career working for New York District Attorney Frank Hogan and then served as assistant district attorney in Brooklyn. He also spent four years working for the states Division of Criminal Justice. After buying his first building in Park Slope, Brooklyn, Eichner began expanding his portfolio by buying Brooklyn apartment buildings and converting them to coops. Some of the buildings Eichner has developed and owned include Midtowns CitySpire, 1540 Broadway, and the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (all three of which he eventually lost to competitors or bankruptcy). Eichner began to develop in New York City again in 2015, with the 65-story building at 45 East 22ndStreet, which is scheduled for completion in 2017. Eichner graduated from the Unviersity at Buffalo with a degree in history and received his law degree from the University of Cincinnati.

    • Event Financing
    • Address 45 East 22 Street
    • Neighborhood Flatiron
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 372,000
    A $420 million deal was arranged. 60-story, 83-units.
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 590 Madison Avenue
    • Neighborhood Plaza District
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 3,200
    • Price per foot $ 100.00
    The development company of Ian Bruce Eichner inked a lease its new corporate headquarters.

    But that’s what separates the men from the boys.” Even winning a project doesn’t guarantee it’ll be yours to make commissions off. Firms regularly lose projects to their competitors, with the bigwigs regularly trading blows. In April, Corcoran replaced Elliman at Magnum’s 100 Barclay, the $915 million condo conversion of the Verizon Building. In September, Elliman replaced Corcoran at Ian Bruce Eichner’s 45 East 22nd Street...

    The city is littered with examples of condo projects gone awry, from Ira Shapiro’s troubles with One Madison Park, which ended in bankruptcy, to Ian Bruce Eichner’s CitySpire, which was lost to lenders (and later completed by the Zeckendorfs)...