/ About

Our portfolio of more than a dozen properties—cultivated over three generations—focuses on holdings in the Greater New York City area. Our vision is to continue to contribute to the Tri-state region by developing unique Class A residential communities, supporting development for some of the city’s most influential institutions, and reconfiguring our legacy assets to reflect the character of their surroundings. For every one of our properties, we closely assess local market demand in our effort to thoughtfully reinvest our capital in ongoing improvements and new development initiatives.

Our approach is centered around our ongoing support for the neighborhoods in which we operate – not short-term investment. This commitment to community stewardship has guided our company for generations and will continue to drive our development and renovation strategy throughout New York City, Queens, Bronx, and Connecticut.

We know that we succeed when our tenants succeed and we aim to provide the best platform for them to do so.

We succeed when our tenants
succeed, and we aim to provide the best platform for them to do so.

/ Meet
the Team

Weinberg Properties—led by Samuel, Andrew, and Lisa Weinberg—is a family-run business with a decades-long connection to the Tri-state real estate market. The Weinberg family has a track record of building exceptional real estate and maintaining local relationships across all stages of the development process.

Over three generations, our team has earned a reputation for our deliberate property selection, responsible development practices, and long-term growth.

Samuel G. Weinberg,
President & CEO

Samuel G. Weinberg

President & CEO

Mr. Weinberg founded New-York based Weinberg Properties in 1980. Prior to that, in the early ’70s, he was a partner with his father in Park Lane Commercial Corporation and has since redeveloped and/or repositioned certain properties that date back to 1925. With his creativity and passion for building, Mr. Weinberg has developed a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio that consists of luxury residential high-rise buildings, industrial warehouses, and retail locations throughout Manhattan and the outer boroughs. His company owns and manages these properties in-house.

Since graduating from the Real Estate School at the University of Denver in 1969, Samuel has been an active developer and investor throughout the Tri-state area. With a passion for building and an entrepreneurial spirit, he began his first real estate venture focused on the development of high-quality garden apartments and condominiums in Monmouth County, New Jersey. He also partnered with his father in Park Lane Commercial Corporation, a finance company, which had redeveloped, financed, and repositioned properties since 1925.

Samuel’s development experience in ground-up construction in New York City spans several decades and multiple market cycles, notably including the development of The Morrison building completed in 1980 and the creative transformation of a waterfront property in the West Village in 2014, now known as 160 Leroy. He has also been a staple in Chelsea, adapting his company’s legacy retail assets in line with the neighborhood’s evolution as a destination for the arts.

Samuel is an established leader in New York City’s philanthropic community, serving on the boards of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University and Montefiore Medical Center. In 2004, he helped lead the construction and development of a $200 million state-of-the-art research facility on behalf of Albert Einstein College; he now holds an honorary doctorate degree from the school.

Andrew M. Weinberg,
Vice President of Development and Acquisitions

Andrew M. Weinberg

Vice President of Development and Acquisitions

Andrew is Weinberg Properties’ Vice President of Development and Acquisitions, managing the daily oversight of the company’s portfolio, including the redevelopment and repositioning of its legacy assets. Leveraging his experience at Tishman Construction Corporation and Delcon Construction Corporation – where he oversaw a combined $1 billion in construction, including New York’s landmark Plaza Hotel – Andrew is also responsible for the research and analysis of new, high-potential investment opportunities. Today, he is supervising the day-to-day redevelopment of 540 West 25th Street where Weinberg Properties is the owner and developer of the new, state-of-the-art Pace Gallery world headquarters.   

Andrew has been active in numerous non-profit organizations, including the Young Professionals Executive Committee at The Children’s Hearing Institute and the Men’s Division at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver in 2005.

Lisa A. Weinberg,
Vice President of Leasing

Lisa A. Weinberg

Vice President of Leasing

Since beginning her real estate career in 2001, Lisa has established herself as a leasing expert in New York City, specializing in the commercial and retail sectors. As Vice President of Leasing, she oversees negotiations and due diligence at Weinberg Properties, along with site analysis and evaluation. With a superior eye for design, Lisa collaborates closely with the design team in the architectural and interior design processes in addition to having her brokerage license.

Before joining Weinberg Properties in 2006, Lisa worked at GVA Williams Real Estate Co. and Robert K. Futterman & Associates. At GVA Williams, she focused on corporate services for the Interpublic Group of Companies, Prudential Financial, and JP Morgan Chase and also facilitated regional expansions for national retail clients, such as Chico’s and Cingular Wireless.

Lisa has served as a vice president for the Women’s Division of the New York chapter at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and was a member of the Young Professionals Executive Committee at The Children’s Hearing Institute. She is a member of The Young Men’s and Woman’s Real Estate Association of New York and the UJA Real Estate Division. She graduated from Ithaca College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.