Douglas Durst Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, House, Wife, Family, Height, Robert Durst, Investor

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Douglas Durst Biography

Douglas Durst is a real estate investor and developer from the United States. He is the CEO of the Durst Organization, a position he has held since 1992. Douglas took over the Durst Organization after his father retired in 1992, where he oversaw the construction of several major structures in New York City.

Douglas Durst Education

Who is Douglas Durst? Douglas received his high school diploma in 1962 and his bachelor’s degree in 1966 from the University of California, Berkeley. He spent two years at New York University’s Urban Studies program.

Douglas Durst’s Age and Birthday

How old is he? Durst is 77 years old as of 19 2021. He was born in 1944 in New York, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday every 19th of December.

Douglas Durst Nationality

Durst is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born in New York, New York, United State of America. He is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Douglas Durst Height and Measurements

His height is not yet disclosed. However, details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Simone Alexandra Johnson

Douglas Durst Family | Parents and Brother

Durst was born and raised in New York City the son of the late Bernice(mother)who died when he was a child and Seymour Durst who became head of the family business in 1974 upon Joseph’s death. He was born alongside his older brother Robert Durst. Durst’s paternal grandfather, Joseph Durst, an immigrant tailor from Austria-Hungary.

Douglas Durst| Robert Durst and Siblings

He is his elder brother. He was a real estate heir from the United States and a suspected serial killer. He rose to prominence as a suspect in the 1982 disappearance of his first wife Kathleen McCormack, the eldest son of New York City real estate magnate Seymour Durst.

Douglas Durst Wife| Married

He is happily married to Susanne Durst, a Danish national since 1967. The two met in Denmark after college. The couple has three children.

Douglas Durst Children and Daughter

Durst has three children namely: Anita Durst, the founder of Chashama, a charity dedicated to locating affordable or free studio and gallery space for artists in New York City. Followed by Alexander Durst, vice president at the Durst Organization responsible for the development, project management, and operations, and his last born Helena Rose Domino, vice president at the Durst Organization; she is also a board member of Just Food, Governors Island Alliance, the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board.

Douglas Durst Illness and Health

He is very healthy and living his life, however, Durst was severely injured in 1972 when a coal-fired water heater exploded in his home. Durst’s lower right leg was amputated in 2015, following more than four decades of pain and numerous surgeries. Today, he walks with the assistance of a prosthesis.

Douglas Durst House and Farm

Durst bought a plot of land from Ray McEnroe, the owner of an organic farm in Dutchess County, New York, about 100 miles north of Manhattan, in 1987. Durst later joined forces with McEnroe, and the farm has grown to 500 acres, ranking among the top 25% of organic farms in the United States.

He owns a home at 27 Hampton Road in the affluent Fox Meadow neighborhood that has just been listed for $3.8 million, with annual taxes estimated at $62,273.  It sits on a half-acre of “private, beautifully landscaped grounds.” with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, five fireplaces, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and custom millwork is among the architectural details in the 6,407-square-foot house.

Douglas Durst Net Worth

Durst is a real estate investor and developer who has an estimated net worth of $8.1 billion. Most of his income is mainly accredited to his successful career.

Douglas Durst Company and Organisation| Career

Douglas took over the Durst Organization after his father retired in 1992. Durst is a director of the Real Estate Board of New York and oversaw the development of several major buildings in New York City. Durst’s projects are known for emphasizing density and sustainability. Durst serves on the boards of The New School, The Trust for Public Land, Project for Public Spaces, and Roundabout Theatre Company. He is a trustee of the Old York Foundation, which his father founded to educate people about New York City’s history and ongoing problems. Durst is also an outspoken environmentalist who runs one of New York’s largest organic farms.