Bruce A. Menin


Bruce A. Menin

With a career spanning more than 25 years, Bruce A. Menin is a recognized leader in the development of architecturally distinctive mixed-use high-rises in premier cities across the United States. At the helm of Crescent Heights since 1989, he has led the ideation, positioning and construction for more than 100 properties catalyzing the renaissance of urban neighborhoods including Miami’s South Beach, New York’s Financial District, San Francisco’s South of Market, Seattle’s Pioneer Square, Boston’s Seaport, Philadelphia’s Arts District, Atlanta’s Midtown and San Diego’s Gaslamp District.

Crescent Heights has a long-term track record of success with proven excellence at identifying emerging real estate markets, anticipating market cycles, predicting shifts in lifestyle and design trends, and pioneering innovation in the urban residential design and service. Creating bespoke projects that are uniquely suited to local climate and culture, the firm has garnered numerous prestigious awards and recognitions including the “Multifamily Development Firm of the Year” by the National Association of Home Builders.

An active member of the community, Mr. Menin is involved in a variety of philanthropic endeavors. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. He is also a Trustee of The Dalton School in New York City, and is currently Co-chair of its Centennial Capital Campaign and Chair of the Facilities Committee. Menin also serves on the Board of Street Squash, an urban squash program in New York City, and on the National Advisory Council for the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research at Stanford University. His “Galbut – Menin Family Scholarship Fund” at Cornell University provides scholarships to children who have lost one or both parents, and he also founded and funded the “Barry and Miriam Menin Day Care Facility” in Beitar, Israel.

Menin graduated cum laude from Harvard University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Government; holds a Master’s degree in Economics (with Honors) from the University of Sydney in Australia, which he attended as a Rotary Foundation Scholar; and received a Juris Doctor degree from Northwestern University, where he was the Editor of the Law Review.