Tishman Realty & Construction

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Tishman
Type Private company
Industry Construction
Founded 1898
Founders Julius Tishman
Headquarters New York City
Parent AECOM
Website www.tishman.com

Tishman Realty & Construction is an American corporation that owns and operates Tishman Construction Corporation and Tishman Hotel & Realty.

Tishman Construction Corporation[edit]

Tishman Construction Corp. is a privately held firm headquartered in New York City with operating subsidiaries located across the United States.[1] It is owned by Dan Tishman. It provides a wide range of construction and construction-related services for projects of varying scope, budget, schedule and complexity. Its experience includes projects from various sectors, including arts and culture, commercial, convention centers, education, gaming, government, healthcare, hospitality, residential, retail, sports and leisure, technology and transportation. Tishman Construction is serving as Construction Manager for One World Trade Center.[2] AECOM acquired Tishman Construction in 2010.

Tishman Hotel & Realty LP[edit]

Tishman Hotel & Realty focuses primarily on large, complex properties with a long-term ownership strategy. THR comprises a diversified staff of experienced real estate, financial and hotel management specialists, and complemented by a technical staff of architects, engineers and construction management professionals. THR's affiliate, Tishman Construction Corporation, is one of the nation's leading construction management firms, providing a wide range of construction services for projects of varying scope, budget, schedule and complexity. Given these broad resources, THR typically manages all components of its projects, from feasibility, design, budgeting, financing and development management to ongoing property and asset management.[3]

List of Tishman Hotel & Realty LP properties[edit]

  • The Westin New York at Times Square
  • E Walk Retail on 42nd Street (Connected to the Westin)
  • Walt Disney World Dolphin (Also owned by MetLife)
  • Walt Disney World Swan (Also owned by Metlife)
  • Hilton in the Walt Disney World Resort
  • Sheraton Chicago and Hotel Towers
  • Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel

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