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Dalan Management is a multifaceted real estate investment and management firm that leverages its expertise and wide range of capabilities to identify opportunity, unlock value, and create growth.

Founded in 2003 by Andrew and Daniel Wrublin, the father-son duo has built a fully integrated real estate platform with a strong focus on value add investments.

To date, Dalan Management has completed over $1 billion in transactions, and the firm has become one of Manhattan’s preeminent real estate owners and operators.

We have a passion for real estate and have built a solid reputation in being able to generate and maximize value. We are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards and exceptional quality and service.

  • Dalan pays $50M for leasehold on Turtle Bay rental

    Dalan Management acquired the leasehold on a 180-unit Turtle Bay rental building from Rockpoint Group and 60 Guilders for $50 million, sources told The Real Deal. The ground lease on the Envoy, located at 300 East 46th Street near Second Avenue, is set to expire in 30 years. The 19-story, 190,000-square-foot property has 110 market-rate […]

  • Dalan, RWN pay $47M for Midtown East ground lease

    Dalan Management and RWN Real Estate Partners purchased the ground lease for a 164-unit Midtown East residential building for $47 million, The Real Deal has learned. The Indigo, a 14-story, 135,315-square-foot property at 230-238 East 44th Street, includes about 4,000 square feet of retail space and a 25,000-square-foot garage. Dalan and RWN are planning a […]

  • Dalan scoops up $44M Garment District office building

    Dalan Management nabbed a 70,000-square-foot office building in the Garment District for $43.5 million, or $620 a foot. The Chelsea-based investment firm led by Andrew and Daniel Wrublin is looking to revamp the property at 22-24 West 38th Street for tenants in the technology and creative services sectors. The 12-story building had been under the […]

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