• Sheraton Hotel, Chandigarh, India, 4 restaurants plus nightclub
  • Windows on the World (largest-grossing restaurant on the globe)
  • The Greatest Bar on Earth
  • Cellar in the Sky (the first integrated wine-and-food menu concept)
  • Rainbow Room
  • Rainbow & Stars cabaret
  • The Big Kitchen food court (first single-operator food court)
  • Market Bar & Dining Rooms (first market-driven restaurant in USA)
  • Equinox Dining Complex, Raffles City, Singapore
        New Asia Bar & Grill (hottest bar in Singapore)
        City Space
  • Sesame Place prototype, Langhorn PA (a learning-play restaurant)
  • Red Lobster nationwide
  • Baxter's American, Salt Lake City
  • Cooper's Tavern, New York
  • Charly T's (prototype rotisserie chicken) Singapore
  • Tick Tock, 350-seat restaurant, Xanadu, New Jersey
  • Hudson River Club New York World Financial Center
  • Edward Moran Bar & Grill New York World Financial Center
  • Café Greco New York (the first Med-Rim restaurant concept)
  • Pour la France Colorado, Mexico
  • Owen Brennan's Louisiana Grill Memphis
  • City 2 Food Court Brussels (Europe's first fast food court)
  • Del Taco
  • Houlihans
  • El Torito
  • Anderson's Dining Complex Hiroshima
        Retail Food Hall
        Food Court/Fine Dining (first food court in Japan)
        Wedding Chapel/Bridal Shop
        Cooking School
  • Campus Cafes prototype New Jersey
  • Towers of Quayside Florida
        The Great House
        The Spa
  • London Chop House Detroit
  • Haagen-Dazs (new concept)
  • Inagiku at the Waldorf-Astoria
  • Crème Helado Bogotá, Colombia (concept prototype)
  • Blockbuster Entertainment prototype eatertainment
  • The American Restaurant Kansas City
  • Bocca prototype takeaway, New York
  • Eat & Drink New York World Trade Center
  • Sky Dive New York World Trade Center
  • Blue Ribbon Delicatessen Kansas City
  • Rockefeller Center Club
  • Regent of Sydney
  • Beverly Wilshire Hotel (entire new dining concepts and programs)
  • Regent of Melbourne (new destination restaurant)
  • Taipei World Trade Center Club
  • Clio Court Hotel Fukuoka, Japan
  • The Yale Club
  • Holiday Inns, North America (lobby conversions to social spaces with large food component)
  • Sheraton Hotel, Chandigarh, India (total F&B program, five venues)
  • Hotel New Yorker
  • Union League Club
  • Emerson Inn & Spa New York State (new restaurant program and food)
  • Canadian Pacific Resorts & Hotels
  • The Mark Hotel
  • Rockefeller Family Estate (restaurant feasibility and program)
  • Ettalong Beach Club & Resort Australia (casino dining master plan)
  • Wauwinet House Nantucket
  • Princeton Club New York (new design and dining program)
  • Boca Raton Resort & Club
  • Hotel Arts Barcelona (entire dining program)
  • Knickerbocker Club New York
  • The University Club New York
  • Continental Club New York
  • Old Westbury Golf & Country Club
  • John Paul Getty Museum (master plan for dining)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (master plan for dining)
  • National Gallery of Art (master plan for dining)
  • Brooklyn Museum of Art
  • Six Flags Theme Parks nationwide ("placemaking" master plan)
  • The Public Theater, New York (dining master plan)
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • Oberhausen Aquarium Germany (demand analysis, food program)
  • The Asia Society
  • US Open Tennis Center (entire restaurant complex)
  • Kennedy Space Center Cape Canaveral
  • Belmont & Aqueduct Racetracks
  • Bryant Park Restoration Corporation
  • Central Park New York
  • Rockefeller Family Pocantico Estate
  • New England Aquarium (demand analysis, master food plan)
  • Muhammad Ali Center
  • Northrop Auditorium University of Minnesota
  • Norwalk Aquarium & Maritime Center
  • Bear Mountain Inn Bear Mountain State Park
  • Rubin Museum of Tibetan Art New York
  • Pearl Brewery, San Antonio (food-retail-public space master plan for renewal of 22-acre site)
  • Waterside, New York (mixed use residential complex)
  • Prudential Center Boston (food-retail-public space plan)
  • Herald Center New York (food court)
  • Century City Shipping Center Los Angeles
  • Citicorp Center New York (rehabilitation program)
  • Georgetown Park Washington
  • Tysons II Washington
  • Urban Investment & Development Corp. Texas
  • The Taubman Companies
  • Crown Center Kansas City (total food program)
  • Queen Victoria Building Sydney
  • City 2 Brussels (first food court in Europe)
  • Trizek Corporate Headquarters Calgary Rockefeller Center (master plan for restaurants around ice rink)
  • Fortunoff (in-store cafes)
  • Beri-Washington Gallery Paris
  • Collins Place Melbourne
  • Embarcadero Center San Francisco (restaurant/leasing programs)
  • Sears Tower, Chicago (restaurant analyses)
  • The World Bank Washington
  • 53rd at 3rd New York
  • Texas Commerce Tower Dallas
  • Taipei World Trade Center (65,000 sq. ft. club)
  • International Design Center New York
  • 101 California Street San Francisco
  • Continental Tower New York (private club that we operated)
  • 383 Madison Avenue New York
  • Park Avenue Plaza New York (food, retail, public space plan)
  • Citicorp Center New York
  • Citicorp Center San Francisco
  • Sears Tower Chicago
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Dean & Deluca (reconceptual and remerchandising programs)
  • New Public Market, San Antonio (12,000 conceptual and programmatic plans)
  • Kings Supermarkets New Jersey (new retail plan, new food products)
  • Mitsukoshi New York
  • H. J. Heinz (recipe development)
  • Swiss Rose Cheese (recipe development)
  • Sunsweet
  • Near East Foods (recipe development)
  • Takaki Baking Co. Hiroshima (retail food hall/food court)
  • Dannon Yogurt
    Jurgensen's Market Pasadena (new retail concept)
  • Knorr Canada (think tank)
  • U.S. Courthouse Boston
  • New York State Thruway Authority
  • Central Park Conservancy
  • Prospect Park, Brooklyn NY
  • Campus Martius, Detroit
  • New York State Governor's Mansion
  • Riverbank State Park (dining master plan)
  • Bear Mountain State Park
  • Bryant Park
  • New York State Racing Association
  • Kennedy Space Center (restaurant program)
  • Findlay Public Market, Cincinnati (design/merchandising analysis)