President, Chief Executive Officer
Amy Rose, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rose Associates, has 25 years of real estate experience, specializing in design, construction, leasing and management of premier high-rise and mixed-use residential buildings. She directs all Rose projects and ventures with partners and clients, and focuses on the firm’s accelerated strategic growth, firm positioning and sourcing new business, capital and investments.
Currently, under Amy’s leadership, the firm is developing $2 billion in new projects across New York. Amy is actively working on new development projects at 222 West 80th Street and 210 Livingston in Brooklyn (Hoyt & Horn). She recently completed 7 West 21st Street, which achieved rents of over $107/sqft.
A recognized expert on residential real estate in New York City, Amy is a frequent participant in professional conferences. She served as a panelist of the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate’s First National Symposium of Women in Real Estate and at the primary event of the New York Real Estate Summit. Amy has served as a guest speaker for Columbia Business School, Family Business Program. Real Estate Forum named her one of the 2016 Women of Influence.
At the top of the New York real estate sector for nearly a century, Rose Associates is known for its success in acquisitions and development throughout the tri-state area. Amy also oversees Rose’s leasing, marketing, and property management – recently ranked by The Real Deal as one of the region’s top five third-party property management firms.
Affiliations & Education
- Bachelor of Science, University of Michigan
- The Young Presidents’ Organization
- The Real Estate Roundtable
- Urban Land Institute
- The International Council of Shopping Centers
- The Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York
- Real Estate Board of New York
- The Women’s Forum Inc. and WX, New York Women in Real Estate
- Dean’s Advisory Council of Literature, Science and Arts of the University of Michigan
- Board of Directors of The Jewish Museum