25 min

How Real Estate Legend Bruce Ratner Got His Start The Nelson Report

    • Investing

For this month’s Nelson Report James Nelson got the chance to have a rare interview with real estate visionary Bruce Ratner. Ratner has had a hand in some of the largest New York City developments including Barclays Center and Pacific Park Brooklyn. Since 1985, his company has built around 50 ground-up projects in New York City, including New York's tallest modular tower, the New York Times building, the 16-acre Metro Tech office complex and a Frank Gehry apartment tower.
In this podcast, they discuss Ratner's humble upbringing and how he went from lawyer to his first ground-up development with MetroTech. 
For the full interview, where they discuss things like the development of Barclays Center and working with Jay-Z, please listen to “Real Estate Investing – Live from New York”, James Nelson's new radio show broadcast on the VoiceAmerica network starting on October 29th at 7pm EST with a rebroadcast on October 30th at 7am EST.

Episodes will also be available in podcast form on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and Spotify.

For this month’s Nelson Report James Nelson got the chance to have a rare interview with real estate visionary Bruce Ratner. Ratner has had a hand in some of the largest New York City developments including Barclays Center and Pacific Park Brooklyn. Since 1985, his company has built around 50 ground-up projects in New York City, including New York's tallest modular tower, the New York Times building, the 16-acre Metro Tech office complex and a Frank Gehry apartment tower.
In this podcast, they discuss Ratner's humble upbringing and how he went from lawyer to his first ground-up development with MetroTech. 
For the full interview, where they discuss things like the development of Barclays Center and working with Jay-Z, please listen to “Real Estate Investing – Live from New York”, James Nelson's new radio show broadcast on the VoiceAmerica network starting on October 29th at 7pm EST with a rebroadcast on October 30th at 7am EST.

Episodes will also be available in podcast form on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and Spotify.

25 min