Francis Greenburger

J. Greenburger

Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer

As the Founder and guiding force behind Time Equities, Inc., Francis Greenburger has earned a reputation for outstanding integrity and an uncanny ability to anticipate real estate trends and changing market changing market conditions. Mr. Greenburger also has a passion for the arts. He is the founder and principal benefactor of Omi International Arts Center, a 20 year-old not-for- profit arts colony and educational center which hosts residency programs for visual artists, writers, dancers, musicians, and architects from all over the world. In addition, Mr. Greenburger is Chairman of S.J. Greenburger Associates, a literary agency founded by his father 80 years ago, representing many world-renowned and best-selling authors.


Founded in 1966, Time Equities, Inc. has been in the real estate investment, development and property management business for nearly 50 years. While TEI owns and manages a portfolio of over 18 million square feet of real estate throughout the United States, Canada, and parts of Europe, it has a long history of creating value in the New York City residential market. For over 30 years, TEI has been a market leader in sponsoring cooperatives and condominiums in New York City, having converted over 125 buildings including over 10,000 units. In recent years the company has found success in New York City converting obsolete offices in the Financial District to residential apartments, creating one of the first condo buildings in Greenpoint, developing 23 new townhouses in Boerum Hill, and changing the Manhattan skyline with 50 West Street.


Time Equities Inc. is committed to enriching the experience of our properties through Art-in-Buildings, an innovative approach that brings contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists to non-traditional exhibition spaces in the interest of promoting artists, expanding the audience for art, and creating a more interesting environment for our building occupants, residents, and their guests. For this particular building AIB commissioned Inbar Shiryon to create a series of wall mounted sculptures inspired by the property's former use as a furniture factory.

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