Setcoin Group provides access for off-market office, hotels/hospitality, retail/world trade centers, logistics, and other buildings total worth $60B+ with stable income and value add options in United States, United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East (Dubai). Institutional and individual clients have opportunities to allocate funds in alternative investments and low correlation with public equities & fixed income investment assets which are growing in value and generate stable income.

Trophy & Iconic buildings starting from $1B+

AAA/AAA+ offices tower with long term leasing contracts to publicly traded FORTUNE 500 tenants

Best management operators and world-class tenants

Off-market deals pipeline

Environmental responsibility, energy efficiency, buildings with sustainable yields

Luxury iconic/trophy hotels at the most prestigious locations in world city centers and holiday locations

Industrial market assets with an investment-grade guarantee from international world tenants

Greenfield, Ground-up development assets, potential trophy/iconic buildings

Office and retail buildings with mix-used solutions provide diversification revenue for owners Audited financial statements from BIG 4 (KPMG, E&Y, Delloite, PWC)

Diversify assets for different investment strategies: core/core+, add value opportunities, ground-up development etc.


Envisioning the creation of one of the most opulent and magnificent hotels in the world, hotelier Ben Novack purchased the Firestone Mansion, home of auto tire magnate Harvey Firestone in 1952 for $2.3 million. He tapped Morris Lapidus, who was known for his modernist sensibilities and flair for theatrical spaces, to be the hotel’s project architect. When it opened in 1954, Fontainebleau Miami Beach was the largest and most luxurious hotel in South Florida. Its iconic design is a spectacular blend of Miami’s glamorous golden era and stylish modern luxury. Located on the oceanfront in the heart of Millionaire's Row, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is one of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels on Miami Beach. Its signature features included a 17,000-square-foot lobby with the now-legendary “Stairway to Nowhere,” six acres of formal gardens designed to replicate Versailles and thousands of dollars in antique furnishings to authentically convey the hotel’s French period theme.

Through the 1950s and 1960s, the hotel reigned as Miami’s leading resort and Lapidus’ gently curving façade came to symbolize the very essence of glamorous Miami Beach. For nearly 25 years, the Miami Beach hotel was so well-known that no sign was necessary to identify it. Celebrities and entertainers, ranging from Elvis Presley and Bob Hope to Lucille Ball and Judy Garland, made the hotel so popular that Novack was once forced to post armed guards to bar non-guests from entering.

Over the years, the Miami Beach oceanfront hotel has costarred in numerous major Hollywood productions including, Goldfinger, The Bellboy, Scarface, The Specialist and The Bodyguard.

In 2005, Fontainebleau Miami Beach closed its doors, kicking off a 2½ year, $1.0 billion renovation and expansion, which was completed in Fall of 2008, and reopened with rave reviews and an A-list celebrity-attended grand opening bash featuring the Victoria Secret Fashion Show and performances by Usher, Mariah Carey and Robin Thicke.

In 2012, American Institute of Architects granted Fontainebleau the award for the Top Building in Florida, after more than 2.4 million votes cast in the "100 Years. 100 Places." competition. 


Largest conference hall in Continental Europe.

--1,850 hotel rooms (from 2 to 5 stars with major hotel operators); 13 restaurants; 11 bars and 150 meeting rooms. Groundwork, transport system (roads), garden and landscape already have done;

•Europe hosts more than half of the world's international trade events

•A rapidly expanding industry that is particularly valued by businesses

•A unique concept in Europe for a one-stop venue with complementary components: exhibition areas, transport, accommodation and leisure;

•Vast multi-purpose halls with good accessibility and information and communication technology;

•Sustainable buildings, designed to be awarded international certificates and labels;

•Quality on-site accommodation with a wide array of services;

•Infrastructure rivaling emerging trade show and conference venues worldwide;

An innovative concept planned to be an ecological friendly showcase:

• A complex respecting the community and the environment

• Solar energy production on-site to lower energy costs

• Renewable energy will cover 40% of energy needs

• Designed for environmental certifications (LEED,...)

• Sustainable and soft modes of transport available

--1 km from the Roissy airport terminal (with dedicated shuttle service);

Financial: Already approved banks lending €350MM, seeking for additional €200MM.

With Greater Paris, Olympics Games, Natural appearing of Paris estimate valuation of the asset could reach €1,2-1,3 Billion valuations in 5 or 6 years.

The project will create 1500-2000 direct jobs and has the support of the "Elle de France" region with the written support of Valerie Pecresse, President of the Region. She also included this project in her promoting public brochure describing the Grand Paris.
The facility is located in less than two hours from all major Western Europe's capitals and economic centers.

• The easiest and most efficient destination to reach in all of Europe
• The proximity to the airport makes ITC the easiest major events space

to reach from all over Europe


The Five Times Square is a 1,169,163 square foot, full-block, 39-story trophy office tower located at the "Crossroads of the World" in Time Square.

The property presents a rare opportunity to acquire an institutional quality, trophy asset that provides prestige, incomparable financial stability, and a significant value-add opportunity. As one of the New York City's most distinguished and recognizable skyscrapers, the 1.17 million square foot building provides a truly unique environment, one that is unrivaled in Manhattan. 

Developed in 2002 by Boston Properties and designed by the highly acclaimed architect Bill Pederson of Kohn, Pederson, Fox Associates, Five Time Square is one of Manhattan's true iconic office buildings and a beacon of the New York City skyline. The building was named the "Best New Construction in NY" in 2002 by BOMA. The office tower features a dramatic angular shape with a sloping fin on the Seventh Avenue side. The property features the highest quality finishes, timeless design elements efficient space utilization, impressive ceiling heights and abundant natural light and air.

The property was initially built as the headquarters for Ernst & Young, who currently occupy 1,036,829 SF, representing 91.6% of the building's office component under a lease through May 2022. E&Y is a global leader in assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services. It employs more than 175,000 people, is the third-largest professional services in the world and is one of the "Big Four" accounting firm. Five Time Square's other credit quality tenants include Comcast (Office Space), Sephora (Retail Space), Champs (Retail space), Red Lobster (retail space). The building also hosts five prominent signs. 

With current occupancy of 100% and a weighted average lease expiration of Aprile 2022, Five Time Square benefits from significant long term contractual revenue from credit/credit-worthy tenants, providing cash-flow that mirrors a series of credit strips with a bond-like contractual revenue stream. The property's lack of near term expirations and respective leasing costs combine with its 2002 vintage and its best in class institutional quality of construction and management to provide minimal near-term capital requirements.


The original building for the C.I.T. Corporation, a factoring company headed by Henry Ittelson, a philanthropist and art collector, was Harrison & Abramovitz's masterpiece, a 8-story building whose protruding stainless steel mullions and clear glass windows and blue glass spandrels was a machinemaker's delight with its precision patterns.

Located on Madison Avenue's luxury corridor between 59th and 60th Streets. This high foot traffic location benefits from Manhattan's Midtown business district, the residential Upper East Side neighborhood, and affluent international shoppers who frequent the area for luxury brand names including Barneys, Bloomingdale's, Bergdorf Goodman, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, and Bulgari. 650 Madison is home to retailers Celine, Moncler, and Tods.

The green glass curtain wall is one of the most finely finished in the country and adds considerable brightness and elegance to this sector of Madison Avenue that has not had much architectural sparkle. The Madison Avenue frontage of the building, shown below, is clean-cut and handsome. An especially nice touch is the planting that surrounds the building on a ledge on the second floor, a delightful, graceful and subtle form of urban landscaping that is a modern version of a window plantbox and should be widely imitated.​

OFFICE: Lakewood Capital, Ralph Lauren

RETAIL: Tod's, Moncler, Celine, CEILING HEIGHT 19'-6"

Total Building SF: 595,000 27-stories (Office: 369,478sqft, Retail: 76,000)

Building Class: A

Lot Size: 26,572 sqft

Year Constructed: 1957

Year Renovated: 2013

Key Buildings Iconic's:

  • Prominent Manhattan location

  • Steps from Central Park

  • Close proximity to the City’s finest dining & shopping

  • Boutique floors with efficient side core

  • Flexible floor plans can accommodate six corner offices

  • Full floor presence

  • Stunning Central Park and cityscape views

  • Distinguished first-in-class tenant roster


28 Liberty Street formerly known as One Chase Manhattan Plaza is a banking skyscraper located in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City, between Pine, Liberty, Nassau, and William Streets.

Construction on the building was completed in 1961.

It has 60 floors, with 5 basement floors, and is 813 feet (248 m) tall, making it the 26th tallest building in New York City, the 43rd tallest in the United States, and the 200th tallest building in the world.

The building is built in the International Style, with a stainless steel facade with black spandrels below the windows. Designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owing and Merrill, the building echoes the firms earlier Inland Steel Building in Chicago.

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission designated One Chase Manhattan Plaza a landmark in 2008 The owner invested $150 million into reconfiguring the building's ground and lower floors into a 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) retail complex.

The renovations included a 35,000 square feet (3,300 m2) food hall on the ground floor, as well as a 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2), 10-screen Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in the below-ground space One Chase Manhattan Plaza, is shaped like "an enormous steel-framed rectangle".

The 813 ft (248 m) building has about 1,800,000 square feet (170,000 m2) of the above-ground floor area. Another 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2) in the basements contain "a truck entrance, mechanical equipment rooms, vaults, a Chase branch bank, and a cafeteria A direct entrance to the Wall Street station (2 and 3 trains) of the New York City Subway is in the lobby. There are also connections to Wall Street (4 and 5 trains) and to Broad Street (J and Z trains) via passageways underground.

Well known International Tenants:

  •  Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty

  •  Assurant

  •  Attorney General of New York


  •  HelloFresh

  •  Ironshore

  •  JLL

  •  JPMorgan Chase

  •  London Stock Exchange Group 


The Ritz London is a Grade II listed 5-star hotel located in Piccadilly in London, England. Total of 136 rooms and includes 23 luxury suites. A symbol of high society and luxury, the hotel is one of the world's most prestigious and best-known hotels. It is a member of the international consortium, The Leading Hotels of the World. Over the course of its history the Ritz has become so associated with luxury and elegance that the word "ritzy" has entered the English language to denote something that is ostentatiously stylish, fancy, or fashionable.

The hotel was opened by Swiss hotelier César Ritz in May 1906, eight years after he established the Hôtel Ritz Paris. After a weak beginning, the hotel began to gain popularity towards the end of World War I, and became popular with politicians, socialites, writers and actors of the day in particular. David Lloyd George held a number of secret meetings at the Ritz during the latter half of the war, and it was at the Ritz that he made the decision to intervene on behalf of Greece against Turkey. Noël Coward was a notable dinner at the Ritz in the 1920s and 1930s.

It also official hosted the Queen's 80. birthday too.

The hotel as per its name is part of the Ritz Carlton hotel group and is renowned for owning and managing very high profile hotels as well as exclusive residences around the world particularly in Miami - Florida region.

Evelyn Waugh's 1942 novel Work Suspended features a scene at the Ritz in which the narrator falls in love with a friend's wife during a luncheon. Alan Bennett's allegorical play, Forty Years On was later set in the basement of the Ritz during the war. In the universe of the book Good Omens, two primary characters, the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley, often frequent the Ritz. The hotel is mentioned in the song "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" as well as in Queen's "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy". Large portions of the 1999 romantic comedy Notting Hill were filmed in and around the hotel.

The Ritz Club, one of the world’s most exclusive private members’ clubs, is situated in the former ballroom of the hotel on the lower ground floor. Hotel residents are granted access to The Ritz Club, its award-winning restaurant that serves modern British, Far East, Indian and Lebanese cuisines, the beautiful bar and casino facilities while they are guests in house.


30 St Mary Axe (known previously as the Swiss Re Building), informally known as The Gherkin, is a commercial skyscraper in London's primary financial district, the City of London, close to Leadenhall Market, The Monument and the Bank of England Museum. It was completed in December 2003 and opened in April 2004. With 41 floors, it is 180 meters (591 ft) tall and stands on the former sites of the Baltic Exchange and Chamber of Shipping, which were extensively damaged in 1992 in the Baltic Exchange bombing by a device placed by the Provisional IRA in St Mary Axe, a narrow street leading north from Leadenhall Street.

After plans to build the 92-story Millennium Tower were dropped, 30 St Mary Axe was designed by Norman Foster and Arup Group. It was erected by Skanska; construction started in 2001.

The glass-fronted tower was designed by legendary British architect Sir Norman Foster. It took a total of two years to construct, and The Gherkin’s architecture features a distinctive spiral design.

The building has become a recognizable landmark of London, and it is one of the city's most widely recognized examples of contemporary architecture.

- 41 floors - 516,100 sq ft

- “AAA” tenants including Swiss Re, CALS Coleman Bennett International, Falcon Group, Hunton & Williams, ION Trading, JDA, Kirkland & Ellis, Regus, Standard Life, Sutherland Global to name a few.

- Yield c.2-3%

- The building has become a recognizable feature of London, and it is one of the city's most widely recognized examples of contemporary architecture

- The building is an iconic asset part of the key London skyline - 

​The top floors of The Gherkin tower include Helix and Iris, a panoramic restaurant and bar both open to the public. There, you can enjoy sophisticated cocktails and contemporary British cuisine, while taking in the uninterrupted views of London.


Lower Manhattan is in the midst of a proverbial 180. Massive transportation investment, evolving technology, emerging green spaces and a cultural and social renaissance at the newly-minted Seaport District have transformed the epicenter of the financial world into a thriving community of innovation and collaboration. At the helm of this evolution is 180 Maiden Lane, an iconic part of the East River waterfront, re-imagined as an amenity-rich vertical campus providing the perfect business environment. Boasting a redesigned atrium plaza, exceptional food service, in-building conference center, and hospitality services, a new fitness center with spin and TRX classes, and permanent, unobstructed 360-degree views of New York’s greatest landmarks, 180 Maiden Lane is changing the perspective on Downtown.

ENHANCED PERSPECTIVE Thanks to its prominent waterside location, 180 Maiden Lane boasts incomparable views of New York City, from the Statue of Liberty and the Verrazano Bridge to midtown Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. The building’s permanent position along the Downtown skyline and 360-degree window line provide an unparalleled perspective on New York’s most iconic landmarks.

The uplifting business atmosphere at 180 Maiden Lane extends beyond the confines of individual tenant spaces. The building has evolved into a vertical campus, where convenience meets culture, and core fitness meets fine cuisine via exclusive amenity and lifestyle manager MLH, an on-site hospitality and service firm exclusively for 180 Maiden Lane. The newly renovated atrium plaza features indoor park seating, ideal for tenant events, gatherings or impromptu meetings, a gourmet juice and coffee bar, along with professionallycurated rotating art galleries. Just above the concourse level is Chef’s Hall, a full-service 200-seat cafeteria boasting Brooklyn Bridge and East River views, offering exceptional dining and catering service. Enhanced wellbeing is available in the new fitness studio, with resistance-based training and indoor spinning programs available. Refresh post-workout in spacaliber locker rooms. A new 150-seat conference center with state-of-the-art AV capabilities is also available as a courtesy to tenants, serving as an ideal space for corporate functions and company presentations or meetings.


On the Eastern seaboard, the tallest residential, hospitality, commercial, medical and retail south of New York.


Towering 85 stories over the Miami skyline in the epicenter of Brickell Avenue, this new, mixed-use residential, hospitality, commercial, medical and retail development (plus adjoining office towers) represents approximately 3,000,000 SF.

From arrival at the private porte cochere and two-story grand lobby entry up to the expansive amenity level, Panorama is alive 24/7 with nearly endless opportunities for wellness, socializing, and luxury services. The 22nd-floor sundeck wraps around the whole tower, with approximately 50,000 square feet featuring ocean and sunset-view pools, splash-pools wit interactive water features, and a poolside cafe and bar. Residents also can reserve the beautifully furnished social lounges and private dining and wine tasting rooms, enjoy the sports room and cocktail lounge, screen movies or host events in one of three private theatres, or hang out in the wifi equipped cyber cafe and coffee bar. Pet lovers have their own pet spa that offers grooming, boarding, and daycare services, and Panorama families can enjoy the inviting and fun children playroom. Also for every resident, who wants to sing and jam without restraint, there is a dedicated, sound-proof Music Room.     

The spectacular tower  contains; 

1)   821 luxury residential apartments

2)   a 19-story pedestal including a 208-room hotel

3)   over 100,000 SF of medical office space

4)   over 50,000 SF of high-end retail/restaurant space

5)   and a 2,000-car parking garage

Current Highlights: Leasing in progress, completion of construction, available for acquisition

Park Lane Hotel, Central Park NYC

A Central Park Hotel is a luxury 46-story hotel with panoramic views of legendary Central Park and the iconic New York City skyline.

Located directly on Central Park, in the Midtown Manhattan Business District, Park Lane Hotel is just steps from Fifth Avenue Shopping, Broadway Theaters, Museum Mile, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center and many other NYC Activities and New York Attractions.

Constructed in 1971, the hotel was designed by the prolific architecture firm, Emery Roth & Sons, for prominent New York City real estate developer Harry Helmsley

The Park Lane’s design bridges the gap between modernism and postmodernism.

Guestrooms and suites at the Park Lane capture unobstructed panoramic views of Central Park from sleek black windows that span the entire vertical height of the limestone forty-six story structure.

The hotel is composed of a vertical slab rising above a two-story, L-shaped base. Emery Roth & Sons specialized in high-rise commercial buildings and worked in partnership with many other major real estate developers such as the Durst Organization, Tishman Construction, and the Uris Corporation.

In the early 20th century, several notable hotels were built to cater to the area’s affluent visitors, including the JW Marriott Essex House (Frank Grad, 1930), The Pierre (Schultze & Weaver, 1930), the Plaza Hotel (Henry Hardenbergh, 1905–1907), and the Sherry-Netherland Hotel (Schultze & Weaver with Buchman & Kahn, 1926–1927).[1] These hotels adjoined the green expanse of Central Park and sit on parcels that have long been desirable for the development of luxury hotels. The Helmsley Park Lane Hotel was a modern addition to this highly historic and coveted Luxury Hotel district of Central Park South.

The Park Lane reflects the unbridled, post-war optimism inherent in New York’s growth as a world financial and cultural center, and catered to affluent guests from around the world. The hotel also attracted a new class of business travelers who appreciated high-end luxury hotels, versus the convention trade-focused hotels of the time period.[3]

The beautiful guest rooms and guest suites at Park Lane Hotel are just the beginning of what visitors will enjoy about a stay at our Central Park Hotel. Guests can indulge in a fabulous meal at the Park Room Restaurant or enjoy a quick bite at Harry’s New York Bar & Lounge. Mornings can start with a workout in our up-to-date fitness center followed by a bit of pampering with our fine bath products.

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