Owners: KEY to Owners and Developers of New York Jumbos

Owners Key: 1. Joe Moinian (17 Bettery Place) 2. Larry Silverstein (120 Broadway, 7 World Trade Center 3. Leona Helmsley (Empire State Building) 4. Susan Uris Halpern (55 Water Street) 5. Jonathan Green (1221 Ave. of the Americas)\ 6. Davar Rad (61 Broadway) 7. Adam Hochfelder (230 Park Ave.) 8. Steven Roth (One Penn Plaza) 9. Jeff Marconi (200 Park Ave., One Madison Ave., 11 Madison Ave.) 10. Ric Clark (One Liberty Plaza, World Financial Center) 11. Steve Witkoff (233 Broadway, 80 Maiden Lane)


The Skyscraper Museum Celebrates New York's Skyline Shapers

Owners and Representatives
Architects, Engineers and Contractors
Building Managers and Leasing Agents

Over one hundred notable owners, developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and managers gathered at The Skyscraper Museum on the evening of Monday, December 6, 1999 to create an end-of-the-century historic photograph of the men and women responsible for New York's biggest buildings. As the world's premier skyscraper city and home to by far the greatest number of the world's largest towers, Manhattan has been the undisputed center for the professional talent that designs, erects, and manages major towers worldwide.

The BIG Party and portrait was organized in conjunction with the Museum's exhibition BIG BUILDINGS, which surveys seventy structures in New York and beyond that over the century have been the world's tallest or largest, as measured by total area (buildings categorized as Jumbos). This historic record will become part of the museum's permanent exhibit in its new home in Battery Park City, opening in 2001.