‘Iconic’ Long Island real estate developer dies at 85

TRD TRI-STATE /
Nov.November 27, 2019 10:17 AM

Long Island real estate developer Donald Rechler has passed away at age 85, Newsday reported. The entrepreneur co-founded Reckson Associates and Rechler Equity Partners. Rechler built properties including the Omni Building at Mitchel Field in Uniondale. “He changed the landscape of very mundane buildings into something that had architectural character,” developer Paul Amoruso told the outlet. [Newsday]


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