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Daniel Neiditch is the president of River 2 River Realty Inc., a family business with decades of experience in the complex world of New York real estate.


About Daniel Neiditch

Daniel Neiditch is a distinguished real estate developer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, and the founder and president of River 2 River Realty. His mission as president is to simplify and streamline the often daunting experiences of selling, buying, renting, or managing property in New York City. Neiditch and his team are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, understanding that personal, clear communication is key to delivering the real estate solutions that clients deserve.

Beyond personalized support for clients, Dan Neiditch’s success in real estate is also driven by his progressive environmental views. He emphasizes sustainable, earth-friendly real estate and installed the highest residential solar array in the United States at the Atelier Condo building in New York City. As one of the earliest adopters of solar power in New York City high-rises, Neiditch has written extensively on the subject for ForbesEntrepreneur, and SCORE NYC. He is also a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council.

Since its opening in 2007, Daniel Neiditch has served as the president of The Atelier Condo. Located on West 42nd Street, this iconic glass and steel building offers unparalleled views of the city, overlooking the Hudson River to the west and providing vistas of the Empire State Building and Times Square from the residences.

The Atelier Condo is renowned for its exceptional amenities, including a health club, basketball court, and the famed Sky Lounge. Neiditch attributes the building’s success not only to its luxurious features but also to the security and privacy it offers tenants. As president, he ensures that every resident enjoys a secure and private living environment. He also maximizes space utilization, overseeing the event-friendly rooftop and premium residential fixtures.

One of The Atelier Condo’s standout features is its rooftop ice skating rink, the tallest outdoor rink in the United States, available for public reservation for private parties. The luxury tower has hosted celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan, Brendan Fraser, Amy Brenneman, Paul Reubens, Jerry Stackhouse, and Nick Lachey. The Atelier Condo NYC also held a significant event in 2008 for Hillary Rodham Clinton and a charity boxing match between Evander Holyfield and Daniel Neiditch.

Daniel Neiditch’s early career achievements have enabled him to support various charitable causes, particularly in education, healthcare, community-building, and youth services. Growing up in the Bronx, Dan Neiditch is passionate about empowering disadvantaged children and their families in his native borough.

A significant focus for Daniel Neiditch is eradicating homelessness. Witnessing the harsh realities of homelessness and financial insecurity during his childhood motivated him to connect those experiencing homelessness with medical care, jobs, and housing. Demonstrating his commitment, Neiditch once lived on the streets undercover for three days to gain a firsthand understanding of homelessness. He collaborates with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to find innovative solutions for job creation and housing for the homeless population in New York and beyond.

As a luxury realtor preferred by celebrities like Ed HarrisDania RamirezMichael Douglas, Lindsay Lohan, Amy Brenneman, and Hilary Duff, Neiditch leverages his expansive network to extend his philanthropic reach and raise awareness for worthy causes. He has been a personal guest of honor in the home of Michael J. Fox for his support of the Adaptive Sports Foundation, which provides transformative experiences for children with physical and cognitive disabilities.

Daniel Neiditch’s philanthropic efforts have garnered substantial media attention and facilitated significant charitable contributions. For instance, he hosted a celebrity boxing match atop one of his Midtown residential buildings with heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield, raising over $100,000 for autism awareness through the auction of Holyfield’s signed boxing gloves.

Dan Neiditch also boxed with legend Sugar Ray Leonard to support childhood diabetes in Los Angeles. Additionally, he was honored by the Shaquille O’Neal Foundation by walking the red carpet with Shaq during the premiere of his HBO documentary. Billy Crystal recognized Neiditch for his support of the Drama League backstage at his Broadway show Mr. Saturday Night.

Daniel Neiditch is heavily involved with Room to Grow, a nonprofit that supports parents and children through structured coaching, material goods, and community connections. He has collaborated with actors Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman to host the annual Room to Grow benefit, adapting it to a virtual format during COVID-19. Additionally, he has supported the Say Organization, which assists children with stuttering issues, hosting a private bowling event with Ant-Man actor Paul Rudd to raise funds.

Daniel Neiditch has also hosted the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) fundraiser with artist Jeff Koons and was a host for Montclair Film’s annual fundraiser, appearing on stage with Stephen Colbert and Julia Louis-Dreyfus before a 3,000-person crowd. He was honored three times at the Israel Day Parade for his strong support of Israel, driving his one-of-a-kind Lamborghini down the parade route.

Daniel Neiditch is also deeply involved with Literacy Partners, an adult education nonprofit aimed at strengthening NYC families through literacy. He regularly contributes to St. Jude Children’s Hospital and supports the Ryan Seacrest Foundation alongside the Jonas Brothers. Dan Neiditch has traveled overseas to assist underserved populations and is a long-term contributor to the Clinton Foundation and The Bush Foundation. He has also supported the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund, established in response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. As chairman of the board for the Max Alexander Foundation, he helps build schools and provide essential supplies for educating youth in Africa. Neiditch was honored backstage at Shania Twain’s concert in Madison Square Garden for his support of Shania Kids Can, aiding underprivileged and abused children.

Daniel Neiditch has been honored five times to throw the first pitch at Major League Baseball games by the Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox, and the St. Louis Cardinals for his exceptional support in helping underserved communities. Neiditch believes in the power of sports in philanthropy. He was honored backstage by late show host Seth Meyers at NBC studio for supporting the Chris Everett Foundation, which aids children from drug-addicted families. He also supported the 1 in 6 Foundation with acting legend Anthony Edwards to raise awareness for men who were sexually assaulted as children.

Daniel Neiditch was a guest of honor on the red carpet at the 2023 Drama League awards with Grammy winner Josh Groban and stars like Jessica Chastain and Ben Platt. Neiditch and Groban support young artists in underprivileged communities. Neiditch also funded scholarships for underprivileged students in the Bronx with the support of the NY Yankees, Harrison Bader, and Aaron Judge. He has collaborated with actor Lou Diamond Phillips, a board member of the Academy of Motion Pictures, to support the ACLU. Neiditch was an honored speaker at a celebrity golf event for the Boys and Girls Club with NY Giants’ Saquon Barkley and other NFL players.

Daniel Neiditch facilitated a toy drive in NYC public schools with Daymond John. He purchased thousands of gifts for underprivileged children and personally distributed them. Neiditch believes every child should receive a gift during the holidays, regardless of their family’s financial situation. He also faced off in a legendary hockey charity match with Wayne Gretzky to support Gretzky’s foundation, which provides hockey opportunities for underprivileged children. Building skating rinks in underserved areas remains a key initiative for Neiditch.

Dan Neiditch is a proponent of child education and welfare worldwide, serving as a board member of the Promise Project Charity, which helps diagnose and educate underprivileged children with learning disabilities. He presented a lifetime achievement award to New York City Mayor Eric Adams, commemorating his dedication to children’s education in New York. Neiditch and Mayor Adams continue to work together to ensure that no child in NYC goes undiagnosed for dyslexia.

Daniel Neiditch was honored as a guest on the red carpet at the 12th annual Blossom Ball by Bindi Irwin, supporting the Endometriosis Foundation of America. He collaborates with actor Jason Alexander to advance minority rights, civil liberties, and women’s rights. Both attended Boston University and now work together to support others.

Daniel Neiditch teamed up with Debra Messing to support wounded warriors, hosting events and supporting charities that provide medical treatment and relaxation opportunities for these brave soldiers.

As an on-call chief emergency first responder and Honorary Fire Chief for New York State, Daniel Neiditch serves the community with dedication. He is a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council and actively contributes to Entrepreneur and SCORE NYC, the nonprofit mentorship arm of the Small Business Association. Neiditch believes nonprofits can be powerful allies to local governments if given a chance.