Marty is a recognized leader in the fields of real estate, owner representation and construction. He has overseen the planning and implementation of some of our most complex museum, educational, religious, institutional, performing arts and private development projects. Notable clients include the American Museum of Natural History, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Council on Foreign Relations, The Century Association and some of the major real estate developers in New York City.
In 1994, Marty founded Zubatkin Owner Representation to assist not-for-profit organizations in the strategic planning and implementation of their capital projects. The firm has established a culture of excellence, delivering the highest quality of work and exceeding the expectations of some of the most discerning clients. Zubatkin is also recognized for its in-house technical expertise and multidisciplinary team of over forty professionals, including architects, landscape architects, engineers, construction specialists and sustainability experts.
Marty is often sought out for his expertise to speak on industry panels and support educational initiatives. He previously served as an adjunct professor at his alma mater, The Cooper Union, teaching a course — the Business of Building.
Carnegie Mellon University
Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Advanced Building Studies
The Cooper Union
Bachelor of Engineering
New York Building Congress
Real Estate Board of New York
Urban Land Institute