Norman Radow established RADCO in 1994, when he redeveloped a 53-story Atlanta hotel, office and condominium tower in distress, which later became the Four Seasons Hotel. Eighteen years and dozens of successful developments later, RADCO is one of the most respected turnaround real estate companies in the United States. Previously, Mr. Radow was a real estate litigation, workout, and transactional lawyer. He has been involved in some of the most complex workouts and successor developer issues in the country.
Mr. Radow recently ended his service as long term Chairman of the Kennesaw State University Foundation Board of Trustees, a 25,000-student university in metropolitan Atlanta, and is currently Chairman Emeritus. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Emory Law School. Mr. Radow has been a coveted speaker at real estate conferences; has been featured on CNBC and Bloomberg TV; and has been regularly sought out as an expert in real estate matters by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, and other news outlets.
Awarded a J.D. by New York Law School in 1981 and a B.A. from SUNY Plattsburgh, Mr. Radow is admitted to practice law in both New York and Georgia. He is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society. Mr. Radow has received the Bagwell Medal for the work he has performed supporting public education in Georgia, as well as the Zaban Prize for Entrepreneurial Leadership.