Ryan Freedman - Freelancer
Corigin CEO Ryan Freedman - Real Estate Investment Expertise
- Location New York, United States
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An experienced real estate investment executive, Ryan Freedman currently serves as chairman and CEO of Corigin, a private holding company based in New York City. Encompassing two core divisions, a real estate group and a private equity group, Corigin specializes in real estate investment and development and private equity ventures, with a particular focus on value-added acquisition opportunities and the adaptive reuse of properties. Under Freedman’s leadership, Corigin has grown into a multifaceted real estate builder, operator, and owner and is now the largest private company providing student housing to New York University. Ryan Freedman has been the company’s CEO since 2010.
Prior to joining Corigin, Ryan Freedman served as the managing partner of City Center Investments, Inc., a real estate development firm he founded in Miami Beach. It was there that he gained his initial professional experience with multifamily real estate and adaptive reuse projects and developed expertise in managing acquisitions and redevelopments. Before founding City Center Investments, Freedman worked as an associate with BET Investments and Southern Management and Development, two Florida firms operating in the commercial and residential real estate sectors.
Ryan Freedman holds a bachelor’s degree in real estate and urban land economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to his professional activities, he is a board member of Zeel, an innovative company linking licensed massage therapists with new clients via a massage-on-demand app, and a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, a global network that connects young chief executives. A Florida native, Ryan Freedman now lives in New York City.
Ryan Freedman's Skills
- Real Estate
- Executive Managent
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