Brad Zackson provides Dynamic Star with his 35 years of expertise, extraordinary vision, creative approach, and unique ability to identify chances and anticipate future trends, all of which contribute to substantially increased value. Zackson has extensive experience in New York City real estate growth, finance, and administration. He began his work as a broker, eventually becoming the sole broker and manager for Fred Trump of the original Trump Organization, where Brad Zackson oversaw and controlled over 45,000 residential units.
Jackson was recently instrumental in three dominant property assemblages in Long Island City, New York. The first building, 23-10 Queens Plaza South, has been converted into a 44-story renting skyscraper with 391 apartments and plans for future commercial development. The second property, dubbed the “Clock Tower Building,” was a masterful assemblage of two neighbouring properties held by separate owners, also an expedited acquisition of MTA air rights to construct a one million developable square foot site with a 15-year 421a.
The third property gets acquired through an off-market deal and a friendly discussion with a non-seller. Zackson was able to meet the seller’s requirements by agreeing to a sale-leaseback and the seller consenting to enable Zackson to complete the required work to obtain a 421a Tax Abatement under the laws that get prolonged six months past the deadline. To finish these deals, Zackson led these acquisitions, zoning lot mergers, and other critical pre-development aspects.
Brad Zackson went from being a successful broker to becoming a leading developer:
It was sent by businessman Fred Trump, who owned many sites where Mr. Zackson was doing business. Mr. Zackson wanted to meet the individual leasing all of these apartments.” Mr. Zackson recognized the uniqueness of his sales approach. Brad Zackson discovered a natural talent for real estate.” The Workers get employed by his seven real estate companies operating under the Dynamic Group Inc. name. Four of his construction and conversion firm’s properties will get sold this year for more than $100 million.
Investing in Your Community
Dynamic Star intends to draw and utilise a reservoir of distinct local talent among the neighbourhood’s teenagers, working professionals, and artisans to populate the commercial shop. Brad believes that fostering local talent enriches the community and supports economic growth. Opus Point would attempt to function as a suburban gathering spot.
Among the store partners will be an organic supermarket, eatery, coffee shop, and even an Eagle Electric display. In terms of mobility, Opus Point would be near public transportation. Its transit position is ideal for today’s mixed labour, commuters, and tenants seeking work in outlying regions closer to where they live.