Hoboken, (PressExposure) March 18, 2009 -- David Barry, president of Applied Development Company and Ironstate Development, served as a delegate for the U.S. menâs freestyle wrestlling team during its trip to Tehran, Iran for the 2009 Takhti Cup which was held on March 12-13.
The U.S. team which was coached by USA Wrestlingâs National Freestyle Coach Zeke Jones, who was a member of the U.S. team that competed in the historic trip to Iran in 1998. Also coaching the team was USA Wrestling Assistant National Freestyle Coach Brandon Slay, who was a 2000 Olympic gold medalist.
David Barry, along with his brother, Michael Barry, oversee the residential, mixed-use and hospitality real estate development company. The firm's forte is the mixed-use redevelopment of urban centers.
Ironstate Development and its principals have developed 10,000 residential and hotel units over the past several decades, still owning and managing the majority of that portfolio. The company is presently engaged in the development of approximately $1 billion of large-scale residential and hospitality projects.
Current assets include the Shipyard, 333 River Street and Hudson Square, three mixed-use waterfront development projects totaling over 2,000 residences, 125,000 square feet of retail, 2,200 enclosed parking units, marina, yacht club and ferry terminal in Hoboken, New Jersey; Port Liberte, 50 Columbus and 225 Grand, three mixed-use developments of over 2,000 luxury residences along the Hudson River in Jersey City, New Jersey; Pier Village, a vibrant mixed-use development of over 550 residences, boutique hotel, 100,000 square feet of restaurants, retail stores and beach club, and over 1,000 parking units on the Atlantic Ocean in Long Branch, New Jersey; and the soon to open extraordinary W Hoboken and W Marrakech hotels.
For more information on Ironstate Development, visit http://www.ironstate.net.