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    Roger Fortune

    Vice President
    The Stahl Organization
    277 Park Avenue, Floor 47
    New York, NY 10172
    (212) 826-7060
    (212) 826-5506

    Roger Fortune is vice president at The Stahl Organization, a position he has held since 2009. In that role, Fortune has overseen development at 388 Bridge Street and 138 Pierrepont.

    Prior to joining Stahl, Fortune was senior vice president of real estate at the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, a local community development non-profit organization. In that role, he managed more than $2 billion in private development entitlements and coordinated with New York City agencies. He also helped convert the Brooklyn Trust Company Building from a landmark building into a 12-unit condo, one of many such conversions conducted by Stahl.

    Fortune also served for a year at the public-private sector organization New York City Economic Development Corporation as an assistant vice president, where he steered $900 million in private real estate investments onto public lands.

    Fortune has a bachelors degree in architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, as well as a business degree from Columbia University and a graduate certificate in Architectural Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology.


    08/01/2014
    The expansion of Brooklyn Bridge Park has made Brooklyn Heights even more desirable for buyers Bidding wars. All-cash offers. Foreign buyers. Off-market sales. The telltale signs The expansion of Brooklyn Bridge Park has made Brooklyn Heights even more desirable for buyers Bidding wars. All-cash offers. Foreign buyers. Off-market sales. The telltale signs...

    08/01/2014
    Roger Fortune, a vice president at the Stahl Organization, said developers looking to build taller, bigger and more expensive projects are virtually forced to build condos to make the financing work...
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