Jeffrey Levine is chairman and principal of residential real estate firm Levine Builders, and its subsidiaries
Douglaston Development and Clinton Management. His firm developed the Edge, a 7.5-acre mixed-use complex, in the rezoned 175-block area along the Williamsburg/Greenpoint waterfront.
Levine, born in 1953, spent his early childhood in East Flatbush, Brownsville, and East New York. While he was growing up, his family moved to the Bayside area of Queens and Levine started his company out of the two-bedroom apartment in Queens he shared with his younger brother.
While working for a contractor during the day, Levine completed a degree at The City College of New York School of Architecture, by attending night classes. He has married for over 25 years.
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...planned 1.1 million-square-foot, mixed-use development south of Hudson Yards.
Jeffrey Levine’s development company is looking to rezone properties it owns on the block west...
...three-bedroom they can't afford to move out," said
Jeffrey Levine, head of Douglaston Development.
The city says that nearly 53,000 low-income apartments that have become...
...bank on the gradual deregulation of rent-stabilized apartments.
Jeffrey Levine, chairman of Douglaston Development, noted that the expiration of 421a will balance out any...
...Leadership in Real Estate Award. Douglaston Development’s
Jeffrey Levine won the night’s humanitarian award, while Savills Studley’s William Montana, SL Green...
...ultra-luxury market, which developers like Douglaston Development’s
Jeffrey Levine and HFZ Capital’s Ziel Feldman have called “frothy.”
Last month, Stern predicted that...
...who shared a stage with Douglaston Development chair
Jeffrey Levine and moderator Michael Stoler of Madison Realty Capital and “The Stoler Report,” also ruled...
...residential building in Midtown West, for $72 million from
Jeffrey Levine’s Douglaston Development, according to records filed with the city today.
The seven-story building...
...This is a rental project with condo-level amenities,”
Jeffrey Levine, the chairman of Douglaston Development, which is building the tower, told the Times. “The...
Jeffrey Levine, rendering of Hudson Yards and the lot at 29th Street and 11th Avenue
...Stellar Management’s Laurence Gluck, Douglaston Development’s
Jeffrey Levine, Cammeby's International Group scion Avi Schron and Belvedere Capital’s Glen Siegel.
...North 4th Place rendering (inset:
Developers are betting on Brooklyn rentals over condominiums as the borough’s rent growth...
...Douglas Steiner is building a 720-unit rental. Meanwhile,
Jeffrey Levine’s Douglaston Development, the company behind the Edge condominium, is planning a 40-story, 510-unit...
Jeffrey Levine and the Cameo building
...home — you would think everything is just rosy,”
Jeffrey Levine, chairman of Douglaston Development, told the Times.
Development has also seen a substantial uptick...
...happening, but it's happened," said Douglaston Development President
Jeffrey Levine, the developer behind the project. "Retail does not like to invest in a future...
...back since the depths of the Great Recession,”
Jeffrey Levine, chairman of Douglaston Development, told Crain's. Douglaston is building a $300 million, 509-unit rental tower...
Douglaston Development is facing a $62 million foreclosure suit from CW Capital after allegedly defaulting on loan payments for the Cameo, a luxury rental building...
...galleries, cafes, vintage clothing," said Douglaston Development Chairman
Jeffrey Levine. "As time passed, years turned hipsters into parents."
But just 13 percent of the housing...
...From left: Douglaston Development Chairman
Jeffrey Levine (top), Patricia Dunphy, senior vice president of Rockrose Development (bottom left), the Riverpark farm...
...Wall Street Journal reported. Douglaston, led by CEO
Jeffrey Levine, intends to build a 40-story rental tower where rents range from $55 to $60 per square-foot...
Jeffrey Levine, Hal Fetner and Kenneth Horn, the heads of RXR Realty, Douglaston Development, Durst Fetner...
...From left: Stonehenge Partners COO Andrew Hoffman,
Jeffrey Levine, principal of Douglaston Development, Michael Gubbins, vice president at the Albanese Organization and Joseph...
...From left: Jeffrey Gural of Newmark Knight Frank,
Jeffrey Levine of Douglaston Development, David Weprin, Joe Sitt of Thor Equities and Frank Sciame, Jr...