Marci Clark is an architectural historian and managing director at JDS Development Group, where a team of innovators and builders are pioneering progressive new forms of large-scale urban development that challenge the status quo of the real estate industry. Clark received her PhD in architectural history from The Graduate Center at The City University of New York and her MA in Art History and Archaeology from Columbia University in the City of New York. Her research considers the interconnected work of planners, architects, and developers in North America in the twentieth century. Clark’s current book project is Negotiating Big: The Empire of I. M. Pei and William Zeckendorf, based on her doctoral dissertation. At JDS Development Group, Clark oversees strategy and development across all projects.
With her unique background, she provides guidance to development and design teams, particularly…
Awards Interior Space Jury (2021)