Carter Management Corporation is a full service real estate development, management and consulting organization. As partners and owners, we have newly constructed, rehabilitated and restored over twenty buildings throughout Manhattan. Our properties front the Hudson River at Battery Park City, Central Park South, the center of the Soho Cast Iron Historic District and Times Square.
In support of these development activities, Carter Management Corp. has originated and implemented unique growth and investment techniques. Imaginative zoning approaches, land assemblages, promotion of legislative change through lobbying and acute understanding of the complexities imposed by federal, state and municipal agencies have enabled us to maximize building size and use. In-house construction and management services provide added quality controls and streamline progress. Acute emphasis on detailed architecture and tenant amenities maximize revenue. Cost efficient engineering and on-site supervision keep our operating costs low and enable us to consistently outperform Manhattan’s appreciating real estate.
For many years, the firm has provided real estate expertise to clients such as Avon Products, Inc, Commodities Corporation, Knight-Ridder Newspapers, Inc., Ogden Corporation, Reynolds Metals Corporation, Time-Warner and Western International Hotels, Inc. Our partners and colleagues have included Rockefeller Center, Inc., Zeckendorf Company, World Wide Realty Corporation and The Related Companies.
From a project standpoint, our staff filters according to the size and demand of the project at hand. We undergo a meticulous search for each professional that becomes a part of the team and assemble staff as they are needed — our approach is calibrated for a synergistic combination of professionals to ensure projects are on time and on price. We key into the size and demand of the project to effectuate the optimal response for project parameters.
Carter Management Corporation is proud to give back to the community and the vibrant landscape of New York City. Founder Jason Carter taught real estate development at New York University’s School of Continuing Education and also rehabilitated four buildings in Harlem debt-free for 119 low-income families chosen through a lottery system managed by a non-profit agent