Cammeby’s International Group

About: Cammeby’s International Group is a real estate investment company based in New York City.

Headquarters: 45 Broadway, New York, NY 10006

Founded in: 1967

Founded by: Rubin Schron

Cammeby's International Group Q&A

What is Cammeby’s International Group known for?
Cammeby's is an investor that has managed upwards of $13 billion in assets. Its focus is in Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Queens. It is known for its $138 million purchase of the Woolworth Building in 1998 and the $250 million purchase of the Monterey Apartments on the Upper East Side. In 2015, it filed plans for a 40-story mixed-use building on Coney Island that would be the tallest tower in southern Brooklyn. Cammeby's also made headlines in 2010 when founder Rubin Schron was involved in a legal battle with his former lawyer over ownership of the nursing home company Sava Senior Care.
Where does Cammeby’s International Group operate?
Cammeby’s International Group operates in New York City. While Cammeby’s most prominent rental property is the Monterey on the Upper East Side, the bulk of the company’s rental holdings are in Queens and Brooklyn, with some in Astoria and the Bronx.
Who runs Cammeby’s International Group?
Rubin Schron, the founder of Cammeby’s International Group, runs the company with his sons, Avi and Eli Schron.
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Cammeby's International Group Top Stories

September 26, 2019Rubin Schron’s Cammeby’s International Group gets $500 million refinancing for apartment complex in Fresh Meadows, Queens.
July 19, 2018Cammeby’s International Group has landed a $58.4 million loan for its Lower East Side apartment building at 10 Stanton Street.
May 18, 2017Cammeby's International Group has tapped Suffolk Construction to take on 532 Neptune Avenue, what will be Coney Island's tallest tower.

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Clockwise from the top left: Jackson Park at 28-40 Jackson Avenue, 240 Willoughby Street in Fort Greene, 664 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, and 247 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg (Credit: StreetEasy, Google Maps, Pacific Park Brooklyn, The Pod Hotel)

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Cammeby's International Group founder Rubin Schron and, from top: 194-05 67th Avenue, 189-15 73rd Avenue and 64-05 186th Lane (Credit: Google Maps)

Ruby Schron lands $500M refi for sprawling Queens apartment portfolio

Ruby Schron’s Cammeby’s International Group scored a $500 million Fannie Mae loan for its nearly 3,300-unit megacomplex in Queens,...

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Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week

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Cammeby’s secures $58M loan for 9-story LES resi building

Cammeby’s International Group has landed a $58.4 million loan for its Lower East Side apartment building at 10 Stanton...

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Stop, hammer time: Q&A with NYC construction boss Charlie Avolio

Earlier this year, Suffolk Construction scored a major job: A mixed-used tower that is expected to be Coney Island’s...

Cammeby’s taps Suffolk Construction for Coney Island’s tallest tower

Cammeby’s International Group has tapped Suffolk Construction to take on what will be Coney Island’s tallest tower. Suffolk will...

Loan for Schron: Cammeby’s locks down $54M for 614 Sheepshead Bay Road

UPDATED, May 11, 1:30 p.m.: Bank Leumi extended a $54 million loan package to Rubin Schron’s Cammeby’s International, public...

DII inks two leases at Cammeby’s
Coney Island project

Discount clothing chain DII has inked two new leases at Rubin Schron’s Cammeby’s International’s new Coney Island development. The...

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