OKO Group is an international real estate development firm established by Chairman and CEO, Vladislav Doronin. OKO Group builds on the formidable expertise of Mr. Doronin— a successful and respected international developer, with a track record of more than 75 million square feet of world-class commercial, retail and luxury residential space over a total of 71 buildings as Founder of Capital Group.
Vladislav Doronin has a peerless track record in constructing more than 75 million square feet of world-class commercial, retail and luxury residential space over a total of 71 buildings.
OKO Group brings an enviable track record with over a quarter century of real estate development expertise along with a passion for working with the very best architects and designers in the world.
OKO Group brings not only considerable financial strength to the U.S. market, but also a passion for working with the very best architects and designers in the world, including Pritzker Prize–winning architect Zaha Hadid, the preeminent American architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York-based Hani Rashid of Asymptote Architecture, Italy-based Massimo Iosa Ghini of Iosa Ghini Associati, the acclaimed French designer Jacques Grange. OKO Group’s current U.S. portfolio includes prime properties and development projects in Miami and New York City. As owner and Chairman of Aman, one of the most admired hospitality brands in the world, Mr. Doronin’s global business portfolio spans across Europe, Asia and the U.S.
Meet The Founder
Vladislav Doronin is an accomplished international investor and Real Estate developer focused on luxury residential, commercial and hospitality properties.
As Founder of Russia’s leading real estate development firm, Capital Group—and owner and Chairman of the world’s most prominent resort brand, Aman —Mr. Doronin’s global business portfolio spans across Europe, Asia and the US.
Founded in 1993, Capital Group has grown to be Russia’s leading developer under Mr. Doronin’s leadership—working with world-class architects to develop over 71 projects totaling over 75 million square feet.
Alongside his business activities, Mr. Doronin is an active philanthropist and patron of the arts. Forbes magazine has described him as the "businessman who changed Moscow for the better".
A supporter of numerous charitable, environmental, healthcare, welfare and cultural improvement initiatives, Mr. Doronin was granted a 1st Grade Order by Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia.
For more than 10 years, Vladislav Doronin has been contributing to the emergence of young Russian and foreign artists. In 2009, he launched the Capital Group Art Foundation, focused on the support of major cultural projects such as the PhotoBiennale 2010, PRIX PICTET, the Albert Watson & Arne Quinze exhibitions, in addition to many others.