An integrated approach leads to better, smarter living.
AKI is an award-winning vertically integrated real estate investment, development and construction firm headquartered in Astoria, NY. AKI operates several symbiotic real estate service businesses, all providing strategic support for the acquisition and development of luxury residential and mixed-use properties. This multi-platform structure promotes in-house acquisition, design, development, construction, capital, asset management and property management divisions.
AKI’s competitive advantage lies in the firm's ability to recognize opportunities in improbable places. Known as a pioneer in the real estate community, AKI incorporates theme-based concepts in every building constructed, meaning that no two properties are alike and each has an exclusive design, interior finishes, branding and marketing separating itself from competitors.
The AKI team has over 120 years of combined real estate experience and has participated in the development of over $2 billion in real estate projects. AKI is extensively involved in real estate and agriculture in Europe, in addition to over a dozen active development sites in Astoria and Brooklyn.
Voyeur Real Estate is a full-service brokerage focusing on residential and commercial sales and leasing in New York City. Located in Astoria, Queens, Voyeur leverages experience, emerging technologies and data analysis to provide buyers, sellers, investors and developers a comprehensive platform to maximize their market position. Fostering a culture of collaboration with the greater real estate industry, Voyeur offers sales, design, and multi-channel marketing strategies to ensure the finest service and results for our clients.
Scandinavian visionary Tony “Rubin” Sjöman is a staple of the New York City street art scene and has put his trademark on concrete and brick all over the world, from his native Scandinavia to Thailand to Miami Art Basel. His abstract and geometrical pieces are rooted in traditional graffiti but break the rules of the craft with its distinct color palette and clean lines. Rubin draws inspiration from his gritty upbringing in the tram tunnels where he first learned the craft, to the skyline of the hectic metropolis that is his home, and the serenity of the Nordic nature he was raised in. Rubin has been featured in NBC News, New York Post, Vice Magazine, and Time Out New York, along with many international publications, and has collaborated on projects with several major brands such as Converse, Heineken, Shake Shack, and Rag and Bone. His works have been featured in galleries throughout the world such as Scope New York & Miami and the World Trade Gallery, as well as on prime time television, in "Girls" on HBO.