Douglas C. Steiner has worked in real estate development with his father David for over three decades. Their most prominent development project to date is Steiner Studios, a 580,000 square foot, state-of-the art film and television production facility set on 20 acres at the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard, which employs thousands and is being expanded to 50 acres. 

Other notable Steiner projects include: Manalapan EpiCentre, a 460,000-square-foot Power Center anchored by Wegmans, Target, Marshalls, Home Goods, PC Richard, and Sports Authority; Pharmacia’s World Headquarters, 122,000 square feet; Bridgewater Towne Centre, a 570,000-square-foot mixed-use center anchored by Wegmans and Home Depot; AT&T’s Research Headquarters of 1,840,000 square feet; and 58 and 80 Metropolitan, a two-phase luxury condominium project of 173 units comprising a full city block in Williamsburg. 

Mr. Steiner is currently developing (i) six additional stages at Steiner Studios, (ii) The HUB, a 750 unit, 54 story residential tower opposite the Brooklyn Academy of Music, which will include 150 units dedicated to low and middle income tenants, (iii) an as yet unnamed 82 unit, 160,000 square foot luxury condominium project in the East Village, and (iv) Admirals Row, a mixed use complex to be anchored by Wegmans at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Douglas serves on the New York City Regional Economic Development Council, has served on panels for Crain’s New York Business and the New York City Office of the Mayor, and is the recipient of awards from numerous political and civic organizations. He also serves on the boards of BRIC Arts Media, the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and the Open Space Alliance.

Mr. Steiner graduated from Stanford University with an A.B. in English and holds an honorary PhD from Brooklyn College. He owns Gladstone Tavern restaurant, has three children, and lives in Brooklyn.