Jed S. Marcus is the principal lawyer at Marcus Attorneys and chief executive officer of Insite. Prior to forming Marcus Attorneys and Insite in 1984, he served in New York City’s economic development agencies in several executive positions. Beginning public service as Counsel to the Mayor’s Office of Development, he last was the Executive Vice President of the New York City Public Development Corporation (renamed the Economic Development Corporation).
Insite has developed residential and mixed use projects in the New York area and provides project management services for the real estate projects of institutional and commercial clients.
In addition to his work at Marcus Attorneys and Insite, Mr. Marcus has led the board of directors of The Skyscraper Museum, the board of Dance Theater Workshop, the real estate committee of the Brooklyn Friends School, and Green Fort Greene and Clinton Hill and served on the board of the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York.
Mr. Marcus is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Columbia University School of Law. He, his wife and their daughters are long-time residents of Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
Practise Areas: Real Estate: Development | Transactions | Financing | Coops/Condos | Zoning I Leases
Commercial Matters: Business formation and structuring | Contracts | Business sales/purchases/mergers | Governance I Succession
Non-Profit Organizations: Creation/tax exemptions | Governance and operations | Earned income
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Licensed since 1977
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|Principal Attorney||Marcus Attorneys||1984 - Present|
|Executive Vice President||New York City Public Development Corporation||1979 - 1984|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Dance Theater Workshop||Chair||N/A|
|Brooklyn Friends School||Real Estate Committee||N/A|
|Fort Greene Association||Director||N/A|
|Green Fort Greene & Clinton Hill||Coordinator||N/A|
|Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York||Board Member||N/A|
|Columbia University School of Law||N/A||N/A||1971|
|Complex Deals 2014||Creative Structuring & Financing Availability of Complex Deals||2014|