Anthony Fioravanti specializes in making places people connect with, environments that are relevant and resonant. He acts as an independent advisor and consultant on mixed-use real estate development for clients such as Google. Over 20 years, Anthony has seen the building process through the lens of a major architecture firm, a leading real estate developer and a global contractor.
Anthony was previously Director of Development at Laing O’Rourke, a prominent multinational contractor, and with revenues over $3 billion the largest private building contractor in the UK. His work focuses on how modern methods of construction plus processes borrowed from faster industries combine to make better places.
Formerly Vice President of Design for Related, Anthony spent 11 years with the world’s leading mixed-use property developer, and has managed design for award-winning projects of exceptional complexity, scale and value. He was the Design Director for the 1 million sf retail building at Hudson Yards as well as other components of the 17 million sf mixed-use development under construction in Manhattan. His other projects included: The Grand, a 1.2 million sf complex in downtown Los Angeles designed by Frank Gehry; Downtown Santa Clara, a 5 million sf retail-led mixed-use scheme in Silicon Valley; the AIAME award-winning Galleria Abu Dhabi and its 2.5 million sf $1.8 billion expansion.
Anthony holds a Bachelors degree in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University and a Masters degree in Urban Development and Real Estate Finance from Harvard University.