About Us

Jamison Weiner has developed multi-family, residential condominium, retail, and commercial office projects – both ground-up development and renovation of existing properties. Weiner has developed for institutional property owners, lenders, private companies, and private individuals on a fee basis.

Additionally, Weiner has developed for his own account as a partner and/or member in various development entities. Weiner has had success targeting well-located, undervalued assets and enhancing value through capital improvements, changes of use, obtaining approvals from the Landmarks Preservation Commission relating to improvements, and strategic lease-up campaigns. With Weiner’s vast experience in property acquisitions, design, and development, he has been able to achieve above-market risk-adjusted returns.

Antonio “Nino” Vendome owns and manages over a dozen commercial and residential buildings (north of 100 units) as well as multiple development sites throughout New York City. One of Vendome’s greatest accomplishments was assembling the entire block of Spring Street between Greenwich Street and Washington Street over the course of 2.5 years and obtaining a variance for a project that was a catalyst that changed the trajectory of the entire neighborhood. This assemblage was developed into the “Urban Glass House”, an iconic collaboration between Vendome and world-renowned architect Phillip Johnson – this was his final project. The “Urban Glass House” is a 93,120 square foot ground-up sixteen-story residential condominium development that highlights Johnson’s Modernist roots.

Vendome’s keen eye for value has guided him to buy property on the outskirts of neighborhoods that were ripe for development throughout his career. Vendome has had success repositioning former tenement buildings through capital expenditures to upgrade residential units and introduce needed amenities. Vendome has been able to maximize his profits and simultaneously improve the quality of life for his urban tenants through the usage of government incentives such as J51 tax abatements and MCI rent increases.