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Scott A. Singer
Scott A. Singer has arranged several billion dollars of construction and permanent financing on behalf of sophisticated real estate owners and developers. Major projects in New York City have included The Crown Building (730 Fifth Avenue), 75 Wall Street (twice), One Seaport Plaza (twice), MetLife Plaza, The Mark Hotel, Two Chase Manhattan Plaza, and 636 11th Avenue (twice); as well as the Capital District Portfolio in Albany, NY; 215 Fremont Street in San Francisco, and 123 South Broad Street in Philadelphia. Scott has arranged financing covering more than 8,000 apartments, 25 million sq. ft. of commercial and retail space, and a variety of more specialized properties including art galleries, schools, and the headquarters of both the United Federation of Teachers and the American Jewish Congress.
Scott, together with Jeffrey Moroch of SBO, was the 2012 winner of the Real Estate Board of NY's Most Ingenious Deal of the Year award for the construction financing of Muss Development's 50 Oceana Drive West in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
Scott has been a member of both the Board of Directors of UJA-Federation of New York and the Board of Directors of the REBNY's Commercial Division. He has been Chair and Honoree of the Steering Committee of the REX (Young Real Estate Executives) Division of the UJA-Federation, Sponsorship Co-chair of FARE's Food Allery Walk, and a member of UJA's Emerging Leaders & Philanthropists strategic council, the Associates of Beth Israel Medical Center; and serves on the Advisory Committee of Vacamas Programs for Youth.
Scott has appeared on CNBC's "Power Lunch", has written a monthly column for The New York Observer's "Commercial Observer", and is frequently quoted in a variety of national and regional publications including The New York Times & Wall Street Journal. He is a guest speaker for numerous organizations and educational institutions including the Cornell University Hotel School, has been named one of Institutional Investor's "20 Rising Stars of Real Estate", Real Estate Forum's "Tomorrow's Newsmakers", and Real Estate New York's "40 under 40"; and has authored articles published in Real Estate New York, Real Estate New Jersey, Real Estate Weekly, and others.
Scott received a B.A. from Cornell University.