221 East 34th Street
Benenson acquired the former United States Postal Service building and subsequently the surrounding air rights. Benenson sold the property as a development site in 2005.
488 Madison Avenue
Benenson acquired 488 Madison Avenue aka the Look Building in 1967 and sold the property to Precision Dynamics in 1973.
347 Madison Avenue
In 1979, Benenson acquired 347 Madison Avenue and subsequently sold it to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
342 Madison Avenue
1180 Avenue of the Americas
Developed in a joint venture with the Tisch and Rose families in 1975.
222 S.W. Columbia Street
Acquired in 1993 by Benenson and Louis Dreyfus Property Group, the Koin Center was disposed of in 2007.
2001 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Benenson and Louis Dreyfus Property Group acquired the building in 2007 and disposed of it in 2014.
25 West 43rd Street
In 1998, Benenson and the Witkoff Group merged the fee and leasehold interests of 25 W 43rd Street, the headquarters of The New Yorker Magazine, and sold the property in 2001.
787 11th Avenue
Benenson and the Tisch family purchased the 387,619 SF flex office/industrial building in 1994 and sold it to Ford in 1996.
Benenson Capital and the Tisch family formed a joint venture with Armando Codina and Jeb Bush to develop the Beacon Center.
300 E 54th Street
In 1978, Benenson and the Tisch family developed the Connaught Tower as a 360-unit rental building and converted the building into a co-op in 1982.
Benenson and Matzel Mumford, a Hovnanian Enterprises subsidiary, developed a 183-home master planned community in Montgomery County, NJ.
Benenson and Spectrum Skanska developed a 261-home master planned community in Rye Brook, NY.
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Benenson and Weiler Arnow purchased the Willard Hotel in 1961 and subsequently sold it to the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation (PADC) in 1978.