Marc Holliday

Chief Executive Officer

  • Lehigh, B.S., 1988
  • Columbia, M.S., 1990

Marc Holliday serves as Chief Executive Officer of SL Green Realty Corp and as a member of the Company’s Board of Directors, positions he has held since January 2004. He has been with the company since 1998, when he joined as Chief Investment Officer.

Under Mr. Holliday’s leadership, SL Green has grown to be New York City’s largest owner of commercial office properties. The Company’s total portfolio includes interests in 157 assets in New York City’s Tri State Region totaling approximately 50.0 million square feet. In recent years, SL Green has emerged as a major investor in Manhattan retail properties and has also established itself as a market-leading investor in debt and preferred equity financing.

Mr. Holliday is frequently cited and interviewed by the nation’s leading media outlets regarding the commercail real estate marketplace. Along with other citations, he was recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of New York Region’s “People to Watch in 2014”, as #1 on the New York Observer’s “Commercial Power 100” list in 2012 and by Crain’s New York Business in 2003 as one of its “40 Under 40” leading New Yorkers. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Finance from Lehigh University in 1988, Mr. Holliday earned a Master of Science Degree in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in 1990.

A benefactor of Columbia and a long-time supporter of the real estate program, he established the Holliday Professorship of Real Estate Development in 2008. He also served as Chair of the program’s Taskforce for the Future and currently chairs its Industry Advisory Board and endowment campaign.

Among other civic and philanthropic activities, Mr. Holliday serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Racing Assocation and the Executive Committee of the Real Estate Board of New York. He is the recipient of the National Jewish Health’s “Humanitarian Award” (2011) and the Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum’s “Intrepid Salute Award” (2017) for his significant civic and charitable contributions.