Alex Sapir

Alex Sapir

Alex Sapir is president and CEO of the Sapir Organization, a group of privately and publicly held real estate companies which he runs with his sister, Zina Sapir, since his father’s death in 2014. He is the son of Georgian billionaire Tamir Sapir, who founded the organization.

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Why is Alex Sapir significant to the real estate industry?
As CEO of the Sapir Organization Alex Sapir manages the companies’ assets. Among the properties the organization owns are 218 Madison Avenue and MTA headquarters at 2 Broadway. The companies also own a number of luxury hotel condominiums and residential spaces. Since Sapir became CEO he has overseen the sale of 11 Madison to SL Green, the purchase of the Mondrian SoHo, now called the NoMo SoHo, at 9 Crosby Street, and the launch of Sapir Corp. Ltd on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The firm currently has investments in New York and Florida.
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August 21, 2019Rotem Rosen wants $103 million from the Sapir family, and he said Alex Sapir has mishandled his late father’s estate.
June 4, 2019Alex Sapir’s Sapir Corp. reported a loss of roughly $7.2 million in the first quarter of 2019
May 20, 2019Alex Sapir borrows from father's estate to pay off Israeli bonds
April 16, 2019Alex Sapir dropped about $12.7 million on a six-story mansion with its own basement pool at 253 West 18th Street, property records filed Tuesday show.
September 10, 2018Prying inside Alex Sapir’s real estate empire

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Alex Sapir’s massive Opportunity Zone site in Miami hits the market

Sapir Corp. and its partners planned to build a 1.7 million-square-foot project on an assemblage of land north of...

From left: Rotem Rosen, Zina Sapir, Tamir Sapir, Bella Sapir, Elena Sapir, and Alex Sapir (Credit: Getty Images)

Alex Sapir accused of mismanaging family fortune amid feud with Rotem Rosen

Rotem Rosen isn’t just seeking $103 million from the estate of Tamir Sapir. To corroborate claims that he saved...

Sapir Corp. posts $7M loss in first quarter
of 2019

Developer Alex Sapir’s Israeli real estate company Sapir Corp. reported a loss of 26 million shekels in the first...

Alex Sapir borrows from father’s estate to pay off Israeli bonds

The Sapir Corp. has closed on a $32 million refinancing from the estate of Tamir Sapir to pay back...

Alex Sapir picks up $13M Chelsea townhouse for family member

UPDATE: April 17, 2019, 7:00 a.m.: The head of Sapir Corp. has snagged a seven-bedroom townhouse in Chelsea, but...

All in the family: Alex Sapir turns to relatives to complete Surfside development

Alex Sapir, through his investment firm, the Sapir Corp., is seeking shareholder approval on a deal that will let...

Alex Sapir is cutting his ties to New York — and just listed his West Chelsea apartment

Alex Sapir, the formerly New York-based real estate mogul, has listed his West Chelsea apartment for $11.5 million. The...

Prying inside Alex Sapir’s real estate empire

Last June, Alex Sapir’s ASRR Capital announced plans to build a 1.7 million-square-foot mixed-use development in Miami’s Arts &...

CEO of ASRR sells all his shares in the company

From TRD South Florida: Danny Avidan, CEO of ASRR Capital, an Israeli company with holdings in New York and...

Alex Sapir fails to take control of
ASRR Capital in stock buyout

Alex Sapir, head of the Tel Aviv-based ASRR Capital, failed to take control of the company through a buyout...

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