Rabina is a real estate investment and development firm based in New York that has been family-owned and operated for three generations and more than 60 years.
Mickey Rabina and his son Josh Rabina lead a team of talented professionals, many of whom have been with the firm for decades.
Through multiple business cycles, Rabina has owned more than 30 million square feet of residential, office, retail, mission critical and industrial assets throughout the United States and abroad. The Rabina portfolio continues to grow through a robust pipeline of ground-up development and opportunistic investments in institutional-quality assets.
Consistent leadership, a long-term vision and a commitment to integrity have allowed Rabina to thrive across the years as partner, developer, landlord, borrower and lender. Applying long-standing principles to present challenges, Rabina stands poised for continued growth in an ever-changing market.
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Years in Business
Luxury Units to Market
Rabina currently owns and operates an extensive and diverse portfolio of residential, office, retail, mission critical and industrial assets throughout the United States and abroad. Each property is continually pushed toward its highest and best use through thoughtful, patient and focused management, with an emphasis on community and the wellness of its users.
In its 60-year history, Rabina has acquired and developed more than 25 million square feet of residential, office, industrial, retail and mission critical real estate, and originated and purchased more than two billion dollars of debt. The Rabina team prides itself on growing value over the long term and specializes in transforming underperforming, problematic, misunderstood or difficult assets to their highest and best use.
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