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Overview

The Brodsky Organization is one of Manhattan's most established developers, owners, and managers of residential and commercial spaces in New York City.

The Brodsky Organization's relationship with its residents is the foundation of its success. Every element of building life is supported by a dedicated and attentive management team. The Brodsky Organization offers intelligently designed apartments, many with breathtaking views, located in some of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The company has developed over 8,000 apartments in more than 80 rental, condominium and co-op buildings. The portfolio ranges from charming brownstones, to renovated pre-war doorman buildings, to newly constructed high-rises with extensive building amenities. The neighborhoods span from West and Greenwich Village to Chelsea, Midtown West to Morningside Heights, and Midtown East to Carnegie Hill and Downtown Brooklyn. 

Our Leadership

For 70 years, The Brodsky Organization has been building and managing properties in New York City's most desirable neighborhoods. Nathan Brodsky began rehabilitating brownstones and apartment buildings in Greenwich Village in 1947. The Brodsky Organization has since grown into an intergenerational family-run business, continued by a second generation, Daniel Brodsky, and a third, Dean Amro, Alexander Brodsky, and Thomas Brodsky. Each member brings his own unique perspective and knowledge about New York City to the ever-changing landscape of the market. The company has always been dedicated to building and managing a wide variety of New York City apartments to fit the varied lifestyles of all its residents.

Timeline

  • 2010s - Present
    • Devonshire House | Retail

    • Chelsea Square Townhouses

    • 422W20

    • 455 West 20th Street

    • The High Line Hotel

    • 135 East 79th Street

    • City Tower Brooklyn

    • Enclave at the Cathedral

    • 7 Dekalb

  • 2000s
    • Bridge Tower Place

    • 420 West 42nd Street

    • 592-598 Ninth Avenue

    • 360 West 43rd Street

    • 4W21

    • Hunter College School of Social Work

    • Chelsea Enclave

    • CUNY Graduate Center Housing

  • 1990s
    • 102-116 Eighth Avenue

    • The Concerto

    • 245 East 93rd Street

    • East 81st Street & Third Avenue

    • 115 East 9th Street

    • West End Towers

    • The Siena

    • One Columbus Place

    • Two Columbus Avenue

    • 70 Battery Place

  • 1980s
    • The Walton

    • The Beaumont

    • 213-215 West 13th Street

    • 29 King Street

    • 45 West 67th Street

    • 1577 Third Avenue

    • 66 Newtown Lane

    • South Park Tower

  • 1970s
    • 8-14 Bank Street

    • 31 West 12th Street

    • 249 Waverly Place

    • 160 West 71st Street

    • 5 Morton Street

    • 215 East 25th Street

    • The Beaux Arts

    • 24 Fifth Avenue

    • 52 Barrow Street

    • 224-226 West 13th Street

    • The Croydon

    • 124 MacDougal Street

  • 1960s
    • 217-219 West 16th Street

    • 206 East 70th Street

    • 111 East 26th Street

    • 106 MacDougal Street

    • 57 West 10th Street

    • 245 East 11th Street

    • 148 West 10th Street

    • 48-50 Greenwich Avenue

    • 434 East 59th Street

    • 396 Bleecker Street

    • 290-292 West 11th Street

    • 149 West 4th Street

    • 14 Washington Place

    • 1357 York Avenue

    • 80 1/2 - 82 Jane Street

    • 433 West 21st Street

    • 35 West 9th Street

    • 26-30 Greenwich Avenue

    • The Carteret

    • 323 West 4th Street

    • 62 Leroy Street

    • 439 West 21st Street

    • 253 West 72nd Street

    • 19 West 69th Street

    • 19-21 Grove Street

  • 1950s
    • 112 MacDougal Street

    • 51 West 11th Street

    • 238-240 West 4th Street

    • 139 Waverly Place

    • 7 Morton Street

    • 56 Morton Street

    • 41 Perry Street

    • 31 West 9th Street

    • 140 Waverly Place

    • 113 West 15th Street

    • 102 Greenwich Avenue

    • 400 Bleecker Street

    • 18-20 Cornelia Street

  • 1940s
    • 347 West 21st Street

    • 231-235 West 13th Street

    • 26 West 10th Street

    • 24-26 Jane Street

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