James Stuckey

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James Phillip Stuckey is a New York City real estate developer. He is responsible for the creation of many New York public and private large scale projects, and is currently responsible for the Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn, as President, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder of Forest City Ratner Companies' Atlantic Yards Development Group.[1]

Since September 2009, he has been Divisional Dean, Clinical Professor, and Klara and Larry Silverstein Chair of the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate, where he has overseen creation of a their Master of Science program in Real Estate Development and their Center for the Sustainable Built Environment.

In public service, he is President of the New York City Public Design Commission, and past chair of the Center Against Domestic Violence.

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  1. ^ "Ratner's James Stuckey to be honored for leadership" Real Estate Weekly Publication Date: 25-OCT-06 [1]