Irving Dimson, his father in-law, Isadore Feldman, and his brother in-law, Harry Feldman, founded Carlyle Construction Corporation in 1946. During the 1940’s and 1950’s, the company’s focus was on the development of garden apartments and single family homes in New York, New Jersey, Ohio and Georgia. In the 1960’s, Carlyle’s focus changed to the development and management of luxury high-rise apartment buildings and commercial properties. Some of the properties developed and managed by Carlyle in Manhattan were Regency Towers, Regency South, Gracie Towne House, Ambassador East and Carlton Towers. Carlyle also developed and managed Harbor Towers in Boston and 4 Penn Center in Philadelphia.
In 1998, Carlyle directed a $20 million renovation of five floors of the Rittenhouse Regency into a 192 room four-star Sheraton Hotel. The hotel was built as the first environmentally friendly hotel in the country and has won several awards.
In 2000, Norman Dimson became Chairman of the Board of Carlyle and Michael Dimson became President, taking over the day-to-day responsibilities of the company.
The firm plans to continue its emphasis on acquiring and redeveloping luxury apartments in the eastern section of the United States.
We are now providing full and comprehensive management services for properties ranging from 10 units to 529 units. As Managers, we will always strive to provide our clients with the service and results they deserve.
Luxury properties have been acquired in the Old City, Northern Liberties and Ardmore area of Philadelphia. The firm plans to continue to expand its portfolio of properties in the Philadelphia area.New York Properties Philadelphia Properties Contact Us