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De Niro partners make billions with boutique New York hotels

Former engineer and former doctor turn real estate tycoons with major stakes in more than two dozen hotel properties

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Actor Robert De Niro said he worked closely with Mr Drukier to design "every detail" at the 88-room Greenwich Hotel in New York (a room shown above, and the lobby), helping implement unusual features.

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Actor Robert De Niro said he worked closely with Mr Drukier to design "every detail" at the 88-room Greenwich Hotel in New York (a room and the lobby (above)), helping implement unusual features.

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Actor Robert De Niro said he worked closely with Mr Drukier (above) to design "every detail" at the 88-room Greenwich Hotel in New York (a room and the lobby), helping implement unusual features.

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IRA Drukier and Richard Born were bored back then. Facing an early midlife crisis three decades ago, they decided to ditch their careers in engineering and medicine, and follow their fathers into the real estate business.

The move paid off. The Queens-raised partners

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