Our Company

Proven Experience in an Evolving Industry

Our Approach

Founded more than four decades ago in the heart of Manhattan, MHP Real Estate Services has evolved from a boutique owner/manager of commercial properties into a globally respected industry leader. Everyday, MHP, in its strategic partnership with Banyan Street Capital, provides invaluable guidance to tenants, landlords and investors in navigating New York’s new reality: increasingly complex space challenges, intensely competitive investment markets and opportunities, evolving workplace trends in the new economy, and the ever-growing impact of technology on real estate. From institutional investors to startups and entrepreneurs, the global real estate world requires a perspective forged by time-tested experience with an eye towards forward-thinking and innovation. Our clients rely on us to see every angle of a project, providing customized strategies with comprehensive, best-in-class service.

Since inception, MHP’s transactions have totaled in excess of $12 billion, encompassing more than 150 iconic New York City properties. Today, MHP owns and manages millions of square feet of diversified commercial real estate properties on behalf of its fund investors, property owners, and corporate occupiers.


  1. 2010s
    2018: MHP forms $3B joint venture with Banyan Street Capital

    2017: MHP leases over 600,000 RSF at 180 Maiden Lane since successful completion of redevelopment plan

    2015: 180 Maiden Lane is acquired in a joint venture with Clarion Partners in an off-market transaction

    2014: MHP sells 530 Fifth Avenue for $595M, after acquiring it a few years earlier for just over $406M

    2013: Murray Hill Properties rebrands itself MHP Real Estate Services, coinciding with growth in advisory services division

    2012: MHP sells 509 Fifth Avenue for $39.8M

  2. 2000s
    2008: MHP and Jamestown acquire 1250 Broadway from SL Green Realty Corp.

    2007: 1180 Avenue of the Americas is acquired in partnership with The Carlyle Group

    2007: MHP completes disposition of 417 Fifth for $250M

    2006: MHP sells 450 Lexington Avenue for $558M

    2005: MHP completes purchase of 450 Lexington Avenue for $487.6M

    2003: MHP begins its first investment fund

    2002: MHP acquires 417 Fifth Avenue for $126M in partnership with Olympus Real Estate Partners

  3. 1990s
    MHP adds Asset Management and Project Management divisions

    1996: MHP purchases 1140 Avenue of the Americas and moves into the building

    MHP partners with CS First Boston to purchase three buildings

    MHP partners with ING Realty Partners and purchases 6 buildings

    MHP joins TCN Worldwide, adding affiliates in more than 200 markets

  4. 1980s
    MHP acquires 440 Ninth Avenue and takes occupancy in the building

    MHP hires its first commercial broker

  5. 1970s
    1971: Murray Hill Properties transitions to commercial ownership with the purchase of 244 Fifth Avenue

    1971: The company becomes "Murray Hill Properties" named after its first office location at 130 Madison Avenue, the local Murray Hill News newspaper, and the acquisition of additional residential property in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan

    1971: A partnership between Norman Sturner and Neil Siderow acquires 469 West 57th Street, residential property on the West Side of Manhattan.


Founded in 2012, Banyan Street Capital is a real estate investment firm specializing in both equity and debt investment opportunities throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the United States. Based in Miami, Florida, Banyan Street united with  MHP in a joint venture partnership in 2018 to form one of the largest privately held owners and operators of commercial real estate properties in the country. The combination rounds out Banyan Street’s East Coast footprint and provides the firms with the broader capabilities and resources to execute on opportunities on behalf of their respective clients, investors and partners. Their combined owned and managed assets consist of over 15 million sq. ft. in the Eastern region of the United States with an aggregate value in excess of $3 billion.

For more on Banyan Street Capital, visit BanyanStreet.com