Executive Vice President
Trinity Place Holdings
Miriam Harris is the Executive Vice President of Trinity Place Holdings Inc., a real estate holding, investment and asset management company (NYSE: TPHS). In this role, Ms. Harris directs all aspects of the Company’s real estate business including the development of 77 Greenwich, an approximately 300,000 square foot new mixed use luxury condominium project in Lower Manhattan as well as the redevelopment, leasing, and asset management of properties in the New York tristate area and southern Florida.
A seasoned real estate professional, Ms. Harris has over 18 years of experience in the industry. Prior to leading real estate for TPHS, Ms. Harris served as Executive Vice President and Co-head of the Real Estate Transaction Services Group for the New York City Economic Development Corporation where she negotiated some of the most complex transformational public-private land development deals executed under the Bloomberg Administration such as the 2 million square foot Cornell Tech mixed-use campus on Roosevelt Island as well as the $1.1 billion Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side. Ms. Harris also spent over a decade in the commercial development group at Forest City Ratner Companies where she most notably served as the development manager for The New York Times Building. Ms. Harris earned a Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard University, an M.A. from the University of Chicago and B.A. from Swarthmore College. Ms. Harris serves on the board of the 42ndStreet Development Corporation as well as being an active member of WX New York Women Executives in Real Estate and The Real Estate Board of New York.