Design & Construction
Christopher Hunter is Vice President, Design & Construction, Northeast Development, for Rockefeller Group. In this role, he works primarily on the development of Rockefeller Group’s Rose Hill residential project in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan along with oversight of 200 East 83rd Street and other future northeast residential development projects.
Mr. Hunter has more than twenty years of design and construction experience, overseeing many significant development projects throughout the Northeast, with a focus on residential development. Some of the projects Mr. Hunter has worked on include: 111 Leroy Street, a 10-Story, 13 condo unit with 5 townhouses; Queens Plaza South, a 45-story, 391 unit apartment complex in Long Island City, NY; predevelopment of Queens Plaza Park, a 67-story, 860 unit apartment complex also in Long Island City; VIA 57 West, a 38-story, 711 unit apartment complex on the Upper West Side of Manhattan; and 77 Hudson Street, two residential towers totaling 1,962 units in Jersey City, NJ, an Equity Residential/K. Hovnanian development. He also worked on the predevelopment of the Gowanas Canal area of Brooklyn, renovation of the St. Regis Hotel in Manhattan.
Prior to joining Rockefeller Group, Mr. Hunter worked for New York City real estate developer Property Markets Group and construction firms Hunter Roberts, Granite Construction Northeast and Modern Continental Construction.
Mr. Hunter earned his bachelor’s in Construction Science and Management from Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS.