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Richard Roth retires; Robert Sobel succeeds. (Richard Roth Jr. retires as chairman, president Robert Sobel replaces him at Emery Roth and Sons P.C. architectural firm) - Real Estate Weekly | HighBeam Research

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Emery Roth & Sons, the well-known New York architectural firm, announced that its chairman, Richard Roth Jr., has retired and that his partner and cousin Robert Sobel, the firm's president and principal in charge of design, has succeeded him.

The firm said that Roth, who is moving to the Bahamas, will continue to serve on its board of advisors and act as its representative in Florida, the Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America.

"Our family's long-term strategy and the direction of our business has for some time called for greater activity in the international arena," said Sobel. "From his new base of operations, Richard Roth will continue to play an integral …


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