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Douglas Shorenstein, developer and landlord, dies at 60

Douglas Shorenstein, whose San Francisco-based real estate development firm controls major propertie

Douglas Shorenstein Douglas Shorenstein, whose San Francisco-based real estate development firm controls major properties in New York City, died Tuesday after a battle with cancer. He was 60. Shorenstein oversaw a nationwide portfolio of more than 24.8 million square feet, with office holdings in New York such as 1407 Broadway, 477 Madison Avenue and 850 Third Avenue. “As many of you know, Doug had been ill for some time, and he fought a courageous battle with his illness,” his family said in a statement. “Through it all, he maintained a positive and hopeful outlook, and he remained steadfastly focused on serving his family, his colleagues and his community. We miss him dearly already.” (more…)

Source: The Real Deal