Mr. Sigman is an Executive Vice President and Principal of LCOR and a member of the company’s Executive Committee, with responsibility for originating, developing and managing mixed-use and office projects, including many of LCOR’s transportation-oriented developments, in the New York region.
Mr. Sigman joined LCOR in 1994. Since then, he directed the redevelopment of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, a $1.4-billion facility representing the largest airport terminal ever developed as a result of a public/private partnership. Among other projects, he also lead the firm’s efforts to develop two large residential condominium towers in midtown Manhattan totalling 400 units and 28,000 square feet of retail space, with a sales value in excess of $540 million; 545 Madison Avenue, a gut renovation of a LEED Gold 140,000 square foot boutique office building; 25 Broad Street, acquisition and renovation of a 308-unit historic apartment building; and 34 Berry St and 250 North 10th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, two rental residential projects with a total of 376 units.
Previously, Mr. Sigman was associated with Washington, D.C. developer Hoskinson & Davis; he served the firm from 1985 through 1988 as its first commercial real estate project manager responsible for the development of various office and industrial projects in Northern Virginia. In 1988, Mr. Sigman joined the Zeckendorf Company, one of the nation’s largest real estate developers; as Vice President, he managed development of several large-scale projects, including the Ronald Reagan Federal Office Building in Washington, D.C. and Worldwide Plaza, a mixed-use complex on Manhattan’s West Side.
Mr. Sigman received his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Princeton University. He’s a full member of the Urban Land Institute on the NY infrastructure council & NY housing council, member, Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of N.Y., former President of the Board of Trustees of the Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore (Long Island, New York) and a member of the Board of Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington.