The Early Years
The Early Years
1911 - 1980
The Core Years
The Expansion Years
1981 - 2000
The Modern Era
The Modern Era
2001 - Present


Bath Beach Houses

Five years after arriving in the United States, the Company’s founder completed the Bath Beach Houses in Gravesend and Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, 350 homes in an upscale resort area that attracted the social elite.

1924 - 1929

Independence Homes

Located in Bayside, this 3,000-home community was the Company’s first project in Queens. 


Northridge Co-ops

Located in Jackson Heights, Queens, this 11-building, 1,200-unit housing complex was constructed.


Jackson Heights Shopping Center

Located in Jackson Heights, Queens, the 120,000 Square Foot shopping remains a bustling retail center in Queens.


Manor Road – Allied Staten Island

Located in Staten Island, Manor Road Shopping Center is a thriving retail center in the heart of Staten Island.



Allied Jamaica

Home to the New York Telephone Headquarters in Jamaica, Queens, the 200,000 Square Foot building has remained at or close to 100% leased for the past 20 years.


60 Bay

Located in the heart of St. George, Staten Island this office building offers easy access to Downtown Manhattan and new North Shore developments. 



Located in Rossville, Staten Island, this 1,200-unit planned residential community is one of the largest ever built in the five boroughs of New York City.


Forest Hills Tower

This 350,000-square-foot Class A office building was the first – and largest to date – constructed in the borough of Queens. It is also the headquarters of Muss Development.


Captain’s Quarters

Featuring innovative design elements contributed by the San Francisco architectural firm Sandy & Babcock, this residential community of 366 townhouses brought a whole new look to the Staten Island waterfront.


7000 Austin Street

This former office building has been transformed into a successful 100,000-square-foot retail complex once anchored by a Barnes & Noble Superstore it is now the home to Target in the upscale neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens.


Flushing Plaza

Located in Downtown Flushing, Queens, this 260,000-square-foot office and retail complex continues to lease at rates comparable to Manhattan, earning an excellent return on investment.


Brooklyn Renaissance Plaza

A visionary project that transformed Downtown Brooklyn, this hugely successful 1.5 million-square-foot mixed-use office and hotel complex featured the first hotel constructed in Brooklyn in over half a century: the NY Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge.



A near-instant sell-out when it opened, this 16-building, 927-unit, 1.2 million-square-foot oceanfront residential community in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn has won numerous awards for design and quality of life.


119th and 3rd Avenue

A luxury rental building in East Harlem,  units have floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning city views, modern finishes and steel appliances. Building amenities include a private gym, indoor parking, an 1,800-square-foot rooftop terrace and private rooftop cabanas.


Sky View Center & Sky View Parc

A breathtaking 14-acre mixed-use development, with 800,000 square feet of retail space and 1,200 luxury residential units located in the booming neighborhood of Downtown Flushing, Queens.


Oceana Final Building Completed

The 16th building in the oceanfront residential community in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn was completed and has since sold out.


180 Franklin Avenue

A luxury rental building in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Units have washer/dryers, heating/air conditioning units in each room, modern finishes and stainless steel appliances. Building amenities include a private gym, lounge, art workplace, music room, on-site parking, a community rooftop terrace with grills, and private rooftop terraces.


1 Brooklyn Bay Condominiums

South Brooklyn’s tallest residence, a 56 unit luxury condominium with ocean to city views and 33,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space including a resident lounge, fitness center and outdoor pool, located in the historic waterfront community of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.