Jacob Frydman (born September 5, 1957) is a New York-based real estate developer investing in commercial real estate projects in the East Coast of the United States. His real estate investments in New York include the acquisition of the Global Crossing building from Goldman Sachs, and purchase of 500 Tenth Avenue, which his partner Mitch Rutter, Frydman and two others redeveloped into the DHL Center in Manhattan.
- 1Early life and education
- 3Additional activities
- 5External links
Early life and education
Frydman was born to a Jewish family, the son of Lea (née Fishman) and Michel Frydman. His father owned a construction company in New Jersey. He has a B.S. in Finance from Boston University and a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Jacob Frydman / Career
United Reality Advisors
Since 2011, Frydman has served as chairman and CEO of United Realty Advisors LP. The Manhattan based company provides a full-service REIT platform, including direct investments in commercial property assets and strategic third-party advice.Through affiliated entities, United Realty Advisors also sponsors public and private real estate investment products.
United Realty Trust
Frydman is the former chairman and chief executive officer of United Realty Trust, a small non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT). The firm invested in real properties, and joint ventures. In September 2015 Frydman announced the sale of the company to Sacramento-based First Capital.
Cabot Lodge Securities
Frydman has been acting as chairman of the board of Cabot Lodge Securities since 2012. Headquartered in New York City, the company offers a full set of financial services and investment products, including equities, fixed income, mutual funds, variable annuities, and REITs. Its affiliates provide separately managed accounts, life, disability, mortgages, and wealth management services.
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