21-30 44th Drive
L.I.C, NY. 11217

CBSK Ironstate

Development partners Charles Blaichman, Abram and Scott Shnay, and Michael and David Barry collectively have over 100 years of experience in the fields of development, construction, property ownership and management in New York City and New Jersey real estate. Their portfolio includes some of the area’s most admired and notable condominium and rental developments. The partners have established themselves as leaders in the industry and have a strong commitment to design excellence and quality construction. This commitment is evidenced in such acclaimed developments as 173/176 Perry Street, The Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street, and The W Hotel and Residences and The Shipyard, both in Hoboken. Current projects include The Pod Hotel - Brooklyn, The Lindley (591 Third Avenue) and 363 Lafayette Street.

Planet Partners

Planet Partners is a real estate development company focused on the creation of spaces, always seeking to improve the value proposition and the lives of people, communities and our cities.

Our experience includes all phases associated with real estate development: search and acquisition of land, accounting and legal structuring, financial planning, product design, management and marketing, with the advice of specialized firms in each of the stages.

Planet Partners is reinforced by the experience and dynamism of a team with diverse experience in the industry. Our portfolio includes residential, office and retail developments in United States and South America.

Dieguez Fridman

Dieguez Fridman believes that architecture is the bridge that connects the realm of ideas and creativity and the world of construction. Each project offers an opportunity to articulate global concerns for the quality of cities and living spaces, with the local knowledge of craftsmen and construction industries.

The design process is triggered by a creative re-examination of program, architectural typologies, planning codes and the building’s insertion in the landscape or city fabric. The resulting concept is refined through a careful and innovative use of materials and a particular interest in construction details.

Building envelopes and materials, structural design and expression, user’s movement through architecture and the dynamic perception of space, are part of the firm’s continuous explorations. The idea of contrast defines the firm’s identity. Projects propose an opposition between the polished and reflecting quality of industrial materials –such as glass and steel- and the rough surfaces of exposed concrete and wood, in search of a new synthesis.

Dieguez Fridman’s office is an open space where all collaborators take part in discussions of on-going projects and competitions. Fresh opinions and unconventional solutions are encouraged as a means of reaching the firm’s goal: to produce buildings that can influence people’s life quality and contribute in a positive way to its surroundings.


Beyer Blinder Belle

Beyer Blinder Belle was founded in 1968, in the wake of the urban renewal movement in the United States, when the social fabric of cities, communities, and buildings was compromised by the prevailing attitudes about planning and architecture. We pioneered and defined a different approach to the design of the built environment that focused on architecture empowering people — their interaction with each other on streets and in neighborhoods, their pleasure in moving through the city, and their connections to the surrounding physical fabric.

This mission has guided us for more than four decades and has shaped a broad and award-winning practice — now 185 professionals in New York City and Washington, DC engaged in architecture, planning, and interiors. A persistent exploration of historic, cultural and civic meaning guides our work, while our design is contemporary and reflects the materials and technology of today.Planning, restoration and the design of new buildings are the fundamental underpinnings of our practice. Many of our projects involve the stewardship of historic buildings in sensitive urban sites — the work for which we have become best recognized. Our deep sense of identity and evolving perspectives on design have guided our practice in new construction as well as master planning and urban design. With our clients and friends, we continue the dialogue.



MPFP’s leadership in the landscape architecture and urban design industry has been recognized with over 100 awards. Our team combines decades of expertise in public engagement, environmental design, construction, construction administration and project management. We bring an integrated and responsive approach to deliver our public, private and interagency clients’ design goals and needs, on-time and under budget.


Modern Spaces

For over a decade, Modern Spaces has been pioneering the Long Island City real estate landscape. Through intensive market research, a dynamic new development team, and community partnerships, Modern Spaces quickly established itself as a full-service real estate firm, with unmatched influence in Queens and later, in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

Our Development Team is comprised of industry leaders in sales, strategy, research, and design. With $5B in transactions, we are consistently ranked on the Top 10 New Development Marketing Firms in New York City. Our close ties to the community and successful partnerships with prominent area developers have positioned us to consult on a diverse array of projects from boutique three-unit residences, to large-scale 1000-unit buildings.

To date we have consulted on over 10 million square feet of new residential buildings, garnering a noteworthy portfolio of the most exclusive addresses in Queens.