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A photo of Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson is the president of Nelson Management Group, a developer, owner and operator of multifamily apartment buildings in New York City. Nelson also recently formed a private equity fund of $100 million, Global One ASB Fund, to invest in additional properties for the portfolio. Nelson chatted with Commercial Observer about the industry lessons he learned from his father and why he is very picky about his projects. Read more
The renovated building at 275 South Street
In an area on the Lower East Side that’s quickly becoming an epicenter of high-rise development, Nelson Management Group and L+M Development Partners are now set to renovate a 19-story building located at 275 South Street. On Monday, the developers released new renderings for the project, which includes 256 rentals, half of which are for middle-income families. Read more
A rendering of an apartment complex in the Bronx
The Bronx isn't immune to the same development boom that the rest of the city is experiencing. New residential projects of all stripes—some developers like WHEDco have taken to creating fully affordable apartment buildings in the borough—as well as new commercial and retail developments are springing up, particularly in the South Bronx. With its proximity to Manhattan, the South Bronx has become the epicenter of The Bronx's new development surge. But that doesn't mean other parts of the borough have been left out entirely—City Island saw its first new condo complex in over a decade. Read more
Looking up at Atlantic Towers
Brooklyn, NY Nelson Management/Global One Investments has tapped Imani Q’ryn Realty, a residential brokerage, to serve as exclusive broker for Atlantic Plaza Towers, a two-building, 718-unit complex located on the edge of Bed Stuy & Crown Heights section. The property is located at 216 Rockaway Ave. and 249 Thomas S. Boyland St. Read more
A nighttime photo looking West photo of the Lafayette Towers Nelson Apartments in Bronx, NY
It has been more than 20 years since Emily Brown, a retired social worker in the Bronx, has seen the holiday lights and decorations at Rockefeller Center, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Cartier. It would just be too much trouble and too many people. But this year, Ms. Brown, 76, has to go no farther than her own lobby to get a taste of them. Read more
The Lafayette Towers Nelson Apartments buildings as seen from the air.
The 972-unit Lafayette Towers Nelson Apartments complex has been given the massive overhaul by Nelson Management Group, through its investment arm Global One Investments led by principals Robert Nelson and Michael Gerstein, and L+M Development Partners, through its New York Affordable Housing Preservation Fund (NYAH). Read more