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Anthony Borelli

Vice President for Planning & Real Estate, Edison Properties

Anthony Borelli is Edison Properties’ Vice President for Planning and Real Estate. Among his responsibilities, Anthony leads efforts to prepare high visibility sites in Manhattan for development and to create a master plan for 15 acres in downtown Newark, New Jersey. Anthony also has a key role in external affairs, engaging public officials, industry representatives and community members to advance zoning proposals, land use and transportation public policies, and other strategic projects.

Previously, Anthony served as Director of Land Use, Planning and Development for the Manhattan Borough President’s office. Under Mr. Borelli’s direction, the Borough President’s Planning Office developed positions on development proposals as part of the City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, prepared land use policy reports and proposals for the growth and development of Manhattan, and provided technical assistance to community boards, among other planning activities. Mr. Borelli is the former District Manager of Manhattan Community Board 4, which represents the west side of Midtown. As District Manager, he advised the 50-member volunteer board on community needs, zoning and land use matters, municipal service delivery and the City budget.

Prior to his government service, Mr. Borelli served as Senior Project Manager at the Urban Technical Assistance Project, an urban planning and design extension program of Columbia University. During this time, he also served as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Mr. Borelli holds degrees from Syracuse University (B.A. in Policy Studies, 1992), and Columbia University (M.S. in Urban Planning, 1996). Formerly of Chelsea, Anthony has lived in the Hudson River Park Neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen for the past nine years, and is also an avid Park user.

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