College Trinity University
Degree NameMaster of Business Administration – MBA Field Of StudyBusiness Administration and Management, General
State Sanctioned by CT Assisted Living Association (CALA).
Field Of StudyCompleted Executive Director Certificate
FL Assisted Living Association (FALA)
Degree NameCORE Administrator Training Course Completed
FL Board of Nursing Provider Educational Certificate of Completion
Field Of StudyAlzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders-Level 1
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
As the Chief Operating Officer of New Empire Corp and its related subsidiaries, Anthony is responsible for global operations and all vertically integrated real estate development divisions. His key role is to pave the way for institutional capital and scalability. As an experienced operational executive, Anthony oversees the organization’s procedures and is responsible for maximizing efficiencies to standardize, centralize, and optimize operations and workflow in order to meet returns to investors and capital partners. Anthony has more than 25 years of experience as a real estate and investment executive in the private, public and government sectors—and he belongs to a third-generation private real estate equity family.
During the Giuliani and Bloomberg Administrations, the NYC Housing Authority Chairman appointed Anthony as Deputy Director of the Housing Finance Department, where he supported and operated a $600 million development portfolio and oversaw a $100 million reorganization and relocation of divisional staff. Anthony was also appointed to a 40-member strategic planning committee by the CEO of Connecticut’s state water authority (MDC) for a $2.2 billion horizontal commercial project.
Most recently, Anthony has traveled to more than 20 countries on a capital roadshow to germinate international markets for the NEC real estate development platform. He has been invited to speak at multiple international events open only to select individuals, such as PERE and other institutional conferences. He has shared the stage with panelists with more than $5 billion of AUM, including a 2019 summit focused on the state of the US real estate cycle; that room collectively had more than $1 trillion of AUM.