East River Partners company is one-part private equity financial investment and one-part property development. Jody Kriss and his partner, Joseph Cohen, base all their decisions on 2 objectives. The first is discovering and creating "Extraordinary Residential Properties" and the second is "Exceptional Returns for our Partners." As you can see, the team made it simple to remember their priorities through using the acronym ERP. Which is specifically what Kriss and Cohen find themselves doing every work day (and unquestionably some off-days, as well).
The 2 have done something rarely seen in the real estate and investment realm. They have actually combined both worlds by initiating a business that merges both into one merged entity. On the financial side, the two boys aim to support the fundamental value of all the residential or commercial properties in which they invest. And all their projects take place to be in communities where the supply of houses seems somewhat stifled, but the need for homes is high. Their over-arching focus is to develop residential or commercial properties developed in an attentive and considerate way, so home buyers have access to exceptional homes.
An article in The New York Times in 2013, took an interview with Jody L. Kriss by Vivian Marino. At that time, when asked what his company did, Kriss replied that East River Partners was redeveloping structures, specifically brownstones, of 4 or five stories in Brooklyn and Manhattan. The structures picked were all at least a century old.
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