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Al LAZ Named Number 4 on Hartford Business Journal's 2024 Power 50


Alan Lazowski runs one of the largest parking operators in the country from his Hartford office, but his impact stretches far beyond his role as founder and CEO of LAZ Parking.

Lazowski is also a major force in real estate development in his home city of Hartford and beyond. He is a part-owner of Lexington Partners, a real estate development firm advancing some of the state’s most impactful mixed-use residential and other projects.

Lexington celebrated the completion of a 292-unit apartment conversion of the former Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery campus in West Hartford in October. Lazowski is also part of a team of regional business leaders advancing plans for a phased, mixed-use redevelopment of East Hartford’s Founders Plaza office park.

The long-term project would add about 1,000 new apartments and 70,000 square feet of commercial space along the eastern bank of the Connecticut River.

In January, Lexington unveiled plans for a redevelopment of the Westbrook Outlets by the shoreline into 595 apartments, 1,000 townhomes and nearly 74,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space.

Lazowski teamed up with New York-based Shelbourne Global Solutions in 2019 to buy the Gold Building office tower in downtown Hartford for $70.5 million. That’s where LAZ Parking is now headquartered.

He also bought a stake in four large Class A apartment buildings in downtown Hartford, known as the Spectra apartments. They contain a combined 554 mostly market-rate apartments.

Meanwhile, LAZ Parking recently announced some major wins. The company said it has won contracts to manage parking services at Denver International Airport and valet services at Duke University Hospital.

LAZ Parking operates more than 1.5 million parking spaces in over 3,700 locations in 42 states and 472 cities in the U.S.

Check out the Hartford Business Journal's Power 50 Class for 2024 here >>