Mr. Craig, as Regional Officer and Partner has been responsible for Hines' New York office since 1996. In his 39 years with Hines, Mr. Craig has been involved in a variety of development projects and transactions aggregating approximately 25 million-square-feet. He has been directly responsible for project development and transactions valued in excess of $30 billion (value at completion) during this period.
As Senior Project Officer, he is currently responsible for the development of 561 Greenwich, a 200,000 square-foot, 9 -story boutique office building in New York’s Hudson Square on behalf of a joint venture between Trinity Church Wall Street, Norges Bank Investment Management and Hines, 53 West 53, an 82-story, 505,568 square-foot residential condominium tower over the Museum of Modern Art, as well as the development management of One Madison Avenue, a 1.4 million-square-foot office tower in Manhattan’s Flatiron district and One Vanderbilt Avenue, a $3 billion, 1.6 million-square-foot project across from Grand Central Terminal. As Senior Project Officer he was responsible for the development of 7 Bryant Park, a 470,000 square-foot boutique-office building across from Manhattan’s Bryant Park and the development management of two projects in Stamford CT ‒ Royal Bank of Scotland’s 500,000 gross-square-foot headquarters building and UBS’ adjacent Warburg Center (1.6 million-square-feet). He led the development management of 30 Hudson, a 1.5 million-square-foot build-to-suit project for Goldman Sachs in Jersey City, NJ and managed the development or redevelopment of multiple complex projects for Morgan Stanley, including 2000 Westchester in Purchase, NY (1.1 million-square-feet), 745 Seventh Avenue, sold to Lehman Brothers during the construction process (1 million-square-feet), and 1585 Broadway (1.3 million-square-feet) in Manhattan’s Times Square district.
Mr. Craig has been recognized by Publicolor, CREW, BTEA , Phipps Houses, St. Francis Pantry and Shelters, PAL and the Salvadori Center. He served as an adjunct professor at the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate at Columbia, is a Board member of the Urban Design Forum and serves on the Executive Committee and is Chairman of the Real Estate Committee, Phipps Houses.