Glick is president of the real estate development firm The Jack Parker Corporation, which owns properties around the world and is based in Manhattan. His grandfather, Jack Parker started the company.
He is also managing director at the hedge fund Tesuji Partners LLC, a $2B hedge fund, and President and co-founder of The Floating University.
Mr. Glick is also the author of A Child’s Guide to Money, a composer, and a playwright. He formerly sat on the boards of The Dalton School, The 92nd St. Y, and The Hebrew Free Loan Society. Mr. Glick received his B.A. from Yale University in 1982.
The Jack Parker Company consists of the Parker Towers, Truffles Tribeca and the Biltmore. The portfolio also includes the 729-key Le Parker Meridien in Midtown; the 144-room Parker Palm Springs Resort in California; the 309,000-square-foot Parker Plaza office building in Fort Lee, New Jersey; and a 16,000-square-foot medical office condo unit on the Upper East Side, according to Real Estate Alert.
If the portfolio sells, the Jack Parker Corporation will be parting with all of its U.S. real estate – and nearly everything it owns. (The company also owns a 175-acre master-planned community in Costa Rica in addition to Burger Joint, a small chain with locations in Le Parker Meridien and Industry City, as well as in Dubai, Singapore and Brazil.)