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Steven Kirschenbaum serves as President of Madison Advisory Group LLC, a real estate advisory company. In this connection, he directs the planning and coordination of capital and operating expenditures in the development and execution of the Madison Advisory Group’s real estate ownership, development and management strategies of its legacy properties as well as those of 3rd party clients. Particular experience in the conversion of large scale condominium conversion projects including over 2,000 luxury residential units. In this connection, he has directed and coordinated all aspects of the condominium conversion process including acquisition and financing of the property, preparation of the condominium offering plan and associated legal matters including landlord & tenant matters of a condominium conversion, coordination of architecture/design/engineering matters as well as reconstruction and renovation of the property, and marketing and sales of the apartment units.

Mr. Kirschenbaum has overseen teams of professionals that have purchased and developed over 10 million square feet of Class-A office and residential properties. Notable accomplishments include directing the conversion from rental to condominium of Sheffield57, New York, NY (a 880,000 square-foot, 845 rental units to 475 luxury condominium units generating over $500 million of sales) and the redevelopment of 25 Broad Street, New York, NY (a 425,000 square-foot, 306 luxury units) as well as the conversion of 63 Wall Street (a 425,000 square foot former office building into 476 Class-A residential units), 67 Wall Street, New York, NY (a 325,000 square foot former office building into 325 Class-A residential units) and 20 Exchange Place, New York, NY (a 800,000 square foot former office building into 500 Class-A residential units).

Prior to moving to the business side, Mr. Kirschenbaum practiced law in all areas of real estate transactions, including real estate acquisition, development, construction, leasing, and finance, as well as debt restructuring, workouts and foreclosures. Mr. Kirschenbaum earned a law degree attending the University of Toledo College of Law and Brooklyn Law School. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from The Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University.