As CEO & Vice-Chairman of Rudin Management Company, William C. Rudin oversees the Rudin real estate portfolio of 16 office towers comprising more than 10 million square feet of Class A space and 20 luxury apartment buildings, all in New York City.
The integration of technology and environmental design is a hallmark of the Rudin’s development philosophy. Unique examples of this integration include 3 Times Square, the Thomson Reuters building, 55 Broad Street (www.55broadst.com) and 32 Sixth Avenue (www.32sixthave.com), where global media, communications and tech firms such as the RAI Corporation, Globo International, Clear Channel, Bartle Bogle & Hegarty and Dentsu Holdings USA are tenants.
On behalf of business, civic and trade organizations, Bill is one of the real estate industry’s strongest and most influential voices advancing pro-business public policy. Bill works tirelessly in Washington, DC, Albany and City Hall on behalf of groups including the Real Estate Roundtable, the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), The Partnership for New York City, and ABNY. Bill’s focus is promoting policies that will continue diversifying the city’s economy in order to generate jobs and bring renewed vitality to New York City’s businesses and its commercial and residential real estate marketplace.
In addition to his role with ABNY, Bill currently serves as Chairman of the of The Battery Conservancy, and is a Board Member of The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, The Partnership for New York City, The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York University, The New York Center for Autism, The Alliance for Downtown New York and The Real Estate Roundtable. He is also a member of The Counsel of Foreign Relations, The New York City Marathon Committee and JP Morgan Chase Manhattan Bank’s Regional Advisory Board.
Bill lives in New York City with his wife, Ophelia, and grown children, Samantha and Michael. Bill and his family proudly continue the Rudin tradition of helping to make New York City a better place to live, work and visit.more » « less
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