Fisher Brothers scion Arnold Fisher dead at 89 – Robert Khodadadian

Arnold Fisher, second-generation scion of a century-old New York City real estate dynasty, died on Sunday at 89. Arnold helped manage his family’s eponymous firm, Fisher Brothers, through New York City’s development boom in the 1980s, and led the construction of more than 15 million square feet of commercial and residential property, according to the company, including four office towers in Midtown. He became the singular generational bridge for the company in the 2000s, helping

Robert Khodadadian is an experienced commercial real estate broker in New York City and founder of Skyline Properties. Skyline Properties specializes in off-market or “quiet” real estate transactions, allowing buyers and seller to bypass traditional avenues and extraneous expenses of high-profile listings in the New York City area. Commercial Real Estate, Cross Post, Home Page, fisher brothers, obituary The Real Deal New York Read More

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