Scott Rechler

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Scott Rechler’s reach extends far beyond his Uniondale-based office of RXR Realty. Thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s appointment, Rechler is the vice chair on the Board of Commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
In Manhattan his firm closed on the $920-million acquisition of the Starrett-Lehigh building with a fabulous view of the Hudson River, acquired 450 Lexington Avenue and took control over 75 Rockefeller Plaza, to name a few trophies. In Glen Cove, his company is hard at work redeveloping the prime waterfront sites in the Glen Isle project. With more than $6 billion in assets under RXR’s purview and some 19 million square feet, Rechler could rightly be considered Long Island’s reigning king of real estate. He’s also involved with the Long Island Children’s Museum and the Association for a Better Long Island, a key lobbying group. Rechler is a man to be reckoned with.

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