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Rudin Management Elevates Gupta to Expanded Role

Rudin Management Company has promoted Neil Gupta (pictured) to CIO. He will manage all new investments, acquisitions, and financial assets for the Rudin real estate portfolio, which spans 15 million square feet of commercial and residential space in New York City. He’ll also help direct Rudin Ventures, which primarily invests in real estate technology companies.

Since joining Rudin as SVP in 2012, Gupta has worked across several areas of the company, with a focus on financial analysis. Prior to Rudin, Gupta spent eight years in the real estate investment banking group at Deutsche Bank.

“Over his first six years at Rudin, Neil has proven to be a key player on many of our most important initiatives, including the Greenwich Lane in Manhattan and Dock 72 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard,” said Bill and Eric Rudin, co-chairmen of Rudin Management. “We look forward to his contributions in this newly-expanded role.”


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