Stefan Soloviev: 2018 Land Report 100
- This entrepreneur has moved back to his native New York City in order to work more closely with father, 90-year old real estate developer Sheldon Solow.
This entrepreneur has moved back to his native New York City in order to work more closely with father, 90-year old real estate developer Sheldon Solow. (The CEO of CROSSROADS AGRICULTURE embraced the Old World spelling of the family name and changed his surname from Solow to Soloviev.) While continuing to grow wheat, sorghum, corn, and sunflowers on acreage in New Mexico, Kansas, and Texas, Soloviev currently spends his days working on father-son projects such as 685 First Avenue, a Richard Meier-designed Midtown high-rise.
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