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Mehul J. Patel has joined Rudin as head of commercial office

Rudin Adds Head of Commercial Office

Mehul J. Patel has joined Rudin as SVP, head of commercial office. In the newly created position, Patel will oversee all disciplines related to Rudin’s 10.5 million square foot commercial office portfolio.  

Among his many responsibilities, Patel will supervise asset management, property management, development, leasing and marketing, as well as operational and capital expenditures across Rudin’s 16 commercial buildings. 

Patel comes to Rudin from Midtown Equities, where he most recently served as COO. In this capacity, he led deal execution for development, leasing and asset management across the firm’s portfolio and investment pipeline. He also previously served as COO at Midwood Investment & Development. 

In addition to his private sector accomplishments, Patel spent seven-and-a-half years shaping major economic development initiatives, first as VP of the Moynihan Station Development Corporation and then as COO & chief of staff at Empire State Development. 


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