Jeff Sutton Net Worth

Jeff Sutton, born in New York, is the King of Manhattan storefronts, commanding some of the highest rents in the country with pricey leases to luxury brands such as Armani and Escada. His most notable deal was signing American Girl to a lease at 609 Fifth Avenue, and more recently, a $700 million lease to Nike at 650 Fifth Avenue.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place New York, New York, United States

💰 Net worth: $2.5 Billion (2023)

Jeff Sutton, a prominent figure in the real estate industry in the United States, is reputed to have a net worth estimated at $2.5 billion in the year 2023. Through his astute business acumen and strategic investments, Sutton has secured a place among the wealthiest individuals in the country. With an enviable portfolio of high-profile commercial properties and a knack for identifying lucrative opportunities, Sutton has firmly established himself as a formidable player in the real estate market. His wealth is a testament to his shrewd approach and unwavering success in the industry.

2013 $2 Billion
2014 $3 Billion
2015 $3.4 Billion
2016 $3.6 Billion
2017 $3.6 Billion
2018 $3.96 Billion

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Sutton was born on July 25, 1913, in Los Angeles, California. He began work at fourteen as an office boy in the editorial department of the Los Angeles Examiner, where both he and his Father worked for many years. He was a staff Photographer and Writer with International News Photos from 1937 to 1940.


Sutton was in the United States Marine Corps from 1932 through 1936 and reenlisted at the outset of World War II, serving with the 2nd Marine Division in the South and Central Pacific areas. His novel The River owes much to his experience on Guadalcanal. He married Eugenia Geneva Hensen on February 1, 1941, and they had two children: Christopher and Gale.


Jean Sutton helped edit fifteen of her husband's novels, starting with his first fiction book First on the Moon (1958). They first collaborated as coauthors on the Juvenile book The Beyond (1968). They published some Juvenile books as coauthors, The Programmed Man, Lord of the Stars and others. Three of them, Apollo at Go, Beyond Apollo and The Programmed Man, were Junior Literary Guild selections.