In The Appraisal column in The New York Times, Matt A. V. Chaban profiles 30-year-old Marci Clark, an architectural historian and a director in the marketing department of New York's JDS Development Group. Part of Clark's job involves researching the histories related to the development group's projects, which helps market the properties as well as inform the designers of the buildings. “I think real estate in many ways is the story of New York, how the city grows and changes,” Clark said to The New York Times. Some of the JDS projects that Clark has worked on include two residential towers designed by New York's SHoP Architects at 626 First Avenue, and The Fitzroy by New York firm Roman and Williams. Read the complete article in The New York Times.
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