Construction Today 2018 - Volume 16, Issue 3 - 98
Commercial | ATRIA BUILDERS
Atria installed cell phone
repeaters to make sure every
floor has service.
The organization offers real estate investment opportunities in
New York to foreigners while helping them obtain permanent green
cards under the EB-5 Regional Center Program. It is staffed by real
estate professionals with backgrounds in New York City's real estate,
planning, construction, government and law.
MRC's managing member, David Marx, is an attorney and real
estate developer. He's also the owner of Atria, which he founded in
1998. Aside from Marx, MRC's key personnel each have more than
30 years of experience in each aspect of real estate development in
New York City's boroughs that spans a full spectrum of use including
hospitality, healthcare, residential, institutional and governmental.
Atria's bread and butter has traditionally been building various
healthcare and assisted-living facilities along with commercial
A Lasting Legacy
Atria Builders was founded in 1998 by David E. Marx, an attorney
and a real estate developer in New York City. During the last 30
years, Marx has developed properties valued at almost half-a-billion dollars, with many of these properties continuing to be owned
and managed by his various real estate entities.
In addition to Atria, Marx owns the architectural design firm
DSM Design Group. As part of the Marx Development Group's
holdings, Marx owns the federally regulated HUD Mortgage Lender Rockhall Funding Corp. that has generated loans of more than
His real estate developments are quite diverse and include a
wide spectrum of the marketplace. Developments include healthcare, assisted-living facilities, middle income to luxury residential
complexes and educational institutions.
Marx's development endeavors have fostered long-lasting
financing relationships in the public and private sectors. His
projects are considered unique by most real estate development
standards because Marx purchase the properties, has his firm
design the architectural and structural aspects in-house, constructs
the buildings using in-house management and certain labor trades
and then manages the property.
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