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  1.     Sheldon Adelson, casino magnate, founder of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (owns The Venetian, The Palazzo, Marina Bay Sands)[547][548]
  2.     Ben Ashkenazy, Israeli-American real estate developer, founder of the Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation[549][550]
  3.     Gary Barnett, founder of the Extell Development Company (known for One57 a.k.a. "The Billionaire Building")[551]
  4.     Joseph Barry, New Jersey-based real estate developer and founder of the Hudson Reporter newspaper chain[552]
  5.     Jack Benaroya, Seattle-based real estate developer[553][554]
  6.     Charles Benenson, New York-based real estate developer[555]
  7.     David Bistricer, Belgian-born founder of Clipper Equity LLC[556]
  8.     Neil Bluhm, Chicago-based real estate and casino magnate, co-founder of JMB Realty (Judelson-Malkin-Bluhm)[557]
  9.     Shaya Boymelgreen, Israeli-born NYC real estate developer[558][559]
  10.     Donald Bren, L.A. County/O.C. real estate tycoon, chairman of Irvine Company[42]
  11.     Matthew Bucksbaum, co-founder of GGP Inc.[560]
  12.     Jack Buncher, Pittsburgh-based real estate developer[561][562][563]
  13.     Morris Cafritz, Washington, D.C.-based real estate developer[564]
  14.     Alan Casden, Los Angeles-based real estate developer and founder of Casden Properties LLC[565]
  15.     Joseph Cayre, founder of Midtown Equities, co-founder of the GT Interactive Software Corp. (now Atari, Inc.)[556][566][567]
  16.     Leon Charney, NYC real estate tycoon[568]
  17.     Stanley Chera, real estate developer and founder of Crown Acquisitions[569]
  18.     Joseph Chetrit, Moroccan-born NYC-based real estate developer and founder of the Chetrit Group[570][571]
  19.     Al Davis, former owner of NFL's Oakland Raiders[572]
  20.     Michael Dezer, Miami-based Israeli-American real estate developer, founder of Dezer Properties[573][574]
  21.     Sanford Diller, Bay Area real estate developer[575]
  22.     Sherman Dreiseszun, Kansas City, MI-based real estate developer, co-founder of MD Management (known for One Kansas City Place)[576]
  23.     Louis Dubin, real estate developer and investor, founder of the Athena Group and founding partner of Redbrick LMD[577]
  24.     Douglas Durst, NYC real estate developer, chairman of the Durst Organization[578][579]
  25.     Simon Dushinsky, Israeli-born New York-based real estate developer, co-owner of the Rabsky Group[580]
  26.     Solomon Dwek, New Jersey-based pyramid scheme real estate developer[581][582][583]
  27.     Sam Eig, Russian-born D.C.-based real estate developer[584][564]
  28.     Henry Elghanayan, Iranian-born NYC real estate developer, co-founder and chairman of Rockrose Development Corporation[556]
  29.     Jeffrey Feil, CEO of the Feil Organization[585]
  30.     Irving Mitchell Felt, New York-based real estate developer who led the drive to build the new Madison Square Garden[586]
  31.     John J. Fisher, majority owner of the Oakland Athletics; Gap Inc. heir[130]
  32.     Josh Flagg, Beverly Hills luxury real estate agent[587]
  33.     Jay Furman, former president of RD Management LLC[588][589]
  34.     Russell W. Galbut, Miami-based real estate developer who co-founded Crescent Heights, Inc.[590][591]
  35.     Malcolm Glazer, founder of L.A.-based real estate holding company First Allied Corp., former owner of EPL's Manchester United F.C. and NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers[592]
  36.     Laurence Gluck, landlord, founder of Stellar Management[593]
  37.     Sol Goldman, NYC's biggest non-institutional real estate investor in the 1980s, founder of Solil Management[594]
  38.     Yoel Goldman, founder of All Year Management, one of the most prominent real estate developers in Brooklyn[595]
  39.     Jona Goldrich, Polish-born L.A.-based real estate developer, co-founder of Goldrich & Kest Industries[596]
  40.     Jonathan D. Gray, the Blackstone Group's Global Head of Real Estate[597]
  41.     Stephen L. Green, founder and chairman of SL Green Realty[598]
  42.     Harold Grinspoon, founder of Aspen Square Management[599][600]
  43.     Stanley Gumberg, Pittsburgh-based real estate developer and chairman of J.J. Gumberg Co.[601][602]
  44.     Kamran Hakim, Iranian-born NYC-based landlord, real estate developer and founder of the Hakim Organization[556]
  45.     Judah Hertz, real estate investor, founder of Hertz Investment Group[603]
  46.     Gerald D. Hines, Texas-based real estate developer, founder of Hines[604]
  47.     Abraham and Elie Hirschfeld, NYC real estate developers[605]
  48.     Tibor Hollo, Hungarian-born Miami-based real estate developer and founder of Florida East Coast Realty[606]
  49.     Peter S. Kalikow, president of HJ Kalikow & Co., one of New York City's leading real estate firms; former owner of the New York Post[607]
  50.     Sonny Kahn, Israeli-born Miami-based real estate developer, co-founder of Crescent Heights, Inc.[608][609]
  51.     Stan Kasten, president and part-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers[610]
  52.     Saul Katz, co-founder of Sterling Equities, president of the New York Mets[611]
  53.     Louis Kestenbaum, real estate developer and founder of New York City-based Fortis Property Group[612]
  54.     Martin Kimmel, real estate developer who co-founded Kimco Realty Corporation[613][614]
  55.     Alfred J. Koeppel, New York-based real estate developer, founder of Koeppel Tener Real Estate Services[615][616]
  56.     Robert Kraft, Massachusetts-based real estate mogul, chairman and CEO of Kraft Group, LLC and owner of the New England Patriots[617]
  57.     Charles Kushner, founder of Kushner Companies[618]
  58.     Albert Laboz, New Jersey-based landlord, founder of United American Land (UAL)[569]
  59.     Richard LeFrak, real estate developer and manager; one of the biggest landlords in the NY tri-state area[619]
  60.     Ted Lerner, founder of Lerner Enterprises[620]
  61.     William Levitt, real estate developer, former president of Levitt & Sons, Inc. (known for Levittown, New York)[621]
  62.     Edward J. Lewis, Pittsburgh-based real estate developer, founder of Oxford Development Company[622]
  63.     Alan Leventhal, real estate investor, founder of Beacon Capital Partners[623]
  64.     David Lichtenstein, NYC real estate developer, founder and CEO of the Lightstone Group[624]
  65.     Edward Linde, real estate developer, co-founder of Boston Properties[625][626]
  66.     Leonard Litwin, New York-based real estate developer and founder of Glenwood Management[627][628]
  67.     Abraham M. Lurie, Los Angeles-based real estate developer who was behind the development of much of Marina del Rey[629][630]
  68.     Harry B. Macklowe, NYC-based real estate developer and investor, founder of Macklowe Properties (owns the Metropolitan Tower, and 1 Wall Street)[631]
  69.     Amir, Eskandar and Fraydun Manocherian, Iranian-born NYC-based real estate investors, founders of Manocherian Brothers and Pan Am Equities[556]
  70.     Bernard H. Mendik, Scottish-born founder of the Mendik Company and former chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York[632]
  71.     Howard Michaels, founder of the real estate investment advisory firm the Carlton Group[633]
  72.     Adam Milstein, Israeli-American real estate investor, managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties; co-founder of the Israeli-American Council[634]
  73.     Paul and Seymour Milstein, NYC-based real estate developers, founders of Milstein Properties, former owners of the Emigrant Savings Bank[635]
  74.     Henry H. Minskoff, New York-based real estate developer[636][637]
  75.     Joseph Moinian, Iranian-born NYC-based real estate developer, founder of the Moinian Group[556]
  76.     Irwin Molasky, Las Vegas-based real estate developer[638]
  77.     Jerry J. Moore, Houston-based real estate developer who became the largest shopping-center developer in the United States in the late 1980s[639][640]
  78.     Stephen Muss, Florida-based real estate developer known for leading the resurgence and redevelopment of Miami Beach, Florida[641][642]
  79.     Fred Ohebshalom, Iranian-born NYC-based real estate developer, founder of Empire Management[643][644]
  80.     Geoffrey H. Palmer, L.A.-based real estate developer[645]
  81.     Jordon Perlmutter, Denver-based real estate developer, co-founder of Perl-Mack Enterprises[646]
  82.     Max Ratner, Polish-born co-founder of Forest City Enterprises; uncle of Brooklyn Nets co-owner Bruce Ratner[647][648]
  83.     Scott Rechler, Tri-State area landlord, founder of RXR Realty, LLC[649]
  84.     Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago White Sox[650]
  85.     Craig Robins, Miami-based real estate developer; known for redeveloping the Miami Design District, co-owner of Design Miami[651][652]
  86.     David Rose, real estate developer who co-founded Rose Associates[653]
  87.     Aby Rosen, German-born NYC real estate tycoon[654]
  88.     Stephen M. Ross, Florida-based real estate developer, founder of the Related Companies, L.P. (known for Hudson Yards), owner of the Miami Dolphins[655][656][657]
  89.     Steven Roth, founder of Vornado Realty Trust, chairman of JBG Smith[658][659]
  90.     Alexander Rovt, Ukrainian-born NYC real estate developer[660][661]
  91.     Arthur Rubloff, Chicago-based real estate developer who founded Arthur Rubloff & Co. and is credited with naming and developing North Michigan Avenue into the "Magnificent Mile"[662]
  92.     Lewis Rudin, New York-based real estate developer[663][664]
  93.     Naty Saidoff, Israeli-born Bel Air-based real estate investor and diamond dealer[665]
  94.     Fred Sands, Los Angeles-based real estate developer[666]
  95.     Abe Saperstein, founder of the Harlem Globetrotters; former owner of NLB's Chicago Brown Bombers and Birmingham Black Barons[667][668]
  96.     Tamir Sapir, Georgian-born NYC real estate mogul[669]
  97.     Felix Sater, Russian-born NYC real estate developer, former COO of Bayrock Group[670][671]
  98.     Rubin Schron, NYC real estate investor and landlord, founder of Cammeby's International Group[556]
  99.     Martin Selig, German-born founder of Martin Selig Real Estate, LLC[672]
  100.     Melvin Floyd "Mel" Sembler, Florida-based retail real estate magnate[673]
  101.     Ben Shaoul, New York-based real estate developer and co-founder of Magnum Real Estate Group[674]
  102.     Izek Shomof, Israeli-born Beverly Hills-based real estate developer and investor; producer of For the Love of Money[675][676][677]
  103.     Stephen Siegel, Chairman of Global Brokerage at CBRE, the world's largest commercial real estate services company[556]
  104.     Baruch Singer, New York-based landlord, real estate investor and developer[556]
  105.     Walter Shorenstein, California real estate mogul[678]
  106.     Michael Shvo, Israeli-American real estate developer, president and CEO of SHVO (acquired Crown Building)[679][680]
  107.     Bugsy Siegel, co-founder of the Flamingo casino and Murder, Inc., former co-owner of the El Cortez Hotel and Casino[681]
  108.     Amy Rose Silverman, NY-based real estate developer who serves as President of Rose Associates[682][683][684]
  109.     Larry Silverstein, founder of Silverstein Properties, Inc.; developed and owned the World Trade Center[685]
  110.     Herbert and Melvin Simon, founders of the Simon Property Group, the largest shopping mall operator in the U.S., and owners of NBA's Indiana Pacers[686]
  111.     David Simon, chairman and CEO of the Simon Property Group, former VP of Wasserstein Perella & Co.[687]
  112.     Joseph Sitt, real estate investor, founder of Thor Equities and plus size women's clothing company Ashley Stewart, Inc.[556][566][569]
  113.     Charles Smith, Russian-born D.C.-based real estate developer and founder of Charles E. Smith Co.[38][688]
  114.     Daniel Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins[689]
  115.     Donald Soffer, Florida-based real estate developer, founder of Turnberry Associates; known for turning swampland into the city of Aventura, FL[690]
  116.     Joseph Soffer, Pittsbugh-based real estate developer who founded the Soffer Organization[691][692]
  117.     Sheldon Solow, New York City real estate developer[693][694]
  118.     Jerry Speyer, co-founder of Tishman Speyer[695]
  119.     Bernard Spitzer, NYC real estate developer[696]
  120.     Bob Stark, Cleveland-based real estate developer and founder and CEO of Stark Enterprises[697]
  121.     Axel Stawski, German-born NYC-based real estate developer[698]
  122.     Donald Sterling, former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, owner of the Sterling Plaza[699]
  123.     Michael Stern, New York-based real estate developer and founder of JDS Development Group[700]
  124.     Jeff Sutton, Brooklyn-based real estate developer, founder of Wharton Properties[556][569]
  125.     Melvin Swig, San Francisco-based real estate developer and former owner of NHL's California Golden Seals[701]
  126.     Stanley Tanger, founder of the Tanger Factory Outlet Centers[702]
  127.     Stanley G. Tate, Florida-based real estate developer, founder of Tate Enterprises, founding member of AIPAC[703]
  128.     A. Alfred Taubman, founder of Taubman Centers[704]
  129.     Steve Tisch, chairman/Executive Vice President of the New York Giants[705]
  130.     Robert I. and Bruce E. Toll, founders of the luxury homebuilder company Toll Brothers, Inc.[706][707]
  131.     Leonard Tose, former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles[708]
  132.     Herold and Percy Uris, New York-based real estate developers who founded the Uris Buildings Corporation[556][38]
  133.     Eli Verschleiser, NYC real estate developer, co-founder of Multi Group of Companies[709]
  134.     David Walentas, real estate developer, founder of Two Tree Management (known for Dumbo, Brooklyn)[710]
  135.     Mark and Zygi Wilf, real estate developers, owners of NFL's Minnesota Vikings[711][712]
  136.     Benjamin Winter, Polish-born New York City-based real estate investor and founder of Benjamin Winter, Inc.[713][714][715]
  137.     Lewis Wolff, real estate developer and former owner of the Oakland Athletics[716]
  138.     Bert Wolstein, Cleveland-based real estate developer[717]
  139.     Steve Wynn, Las Vegas casino owner, founder and CEO of Wynn Resorts[718][719][720]
  140.     William Zeckendorf, Sr., real estate developer, former owner of the Chrysler Building and Hotel Astor[38]
  141.     Sam Zell, Chicago-based real estate mogul[721][722][723]
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