Our Story

Hundred Stories is dedicated to helping its clients reach and exceed their business objectives. Real estate is at the core of what we do. Working across multiple platforms, from PR to marketing and a myriad of disciplines in between, we escalate demand for an asset, allowing our clients to achieve the highest return on investment possible. From prewar condominium conversions on the Upper East Side to ground-up rental buildings in Hudson Yards, we’ve seen it all and work to put a unique strategy in place for each project that crosses our path.

Now in its fifth year, Hundred Stories will be launching a hospitality division, bringing our signature integrated multi-platform approach to the hotel world in New York City and beyond.

Robin Dolch | Founder

Robin Dolch is a leading public relations expert and communications strategist who takes great pride in working with members of the real estate community to get to the heart and soul of a story.

As a former journalist and real estate agent, Robin understands all sides of a project. She spends time with maintenance people, supers, top executives and entire architectural teams, making sure all voices are heard. Most important, she works with clients one-on-one, giving them her undivided and ongoing attention.

Robin creates local and global press platforms for Manhattan’s most prominent developers, such as Taconic Investment Partners, Elad Group and Silverstein Properties, but also defines and differentiates her clients’ buildings through innovative alliances and unique programming. Whether she’s attending to complicated preservation details or publicizing celebrity move-ins, Robin applies the same creative flair to every project.

With far-reaching national and international experience, she has worked on projects in Miami, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv, and she’s collaborated with world-renowned architects, designers and artists such as Richard Meier, Morris Adjmi and CetraRuddy.

Robin understands the demands of both journalists and clients. She was a founding editor of ICON magazine and also the founding editor-in-chief of Hampton Family Life magazine. She is an alumnus of the Horace Mann School and the University of Virginia, where she graduated with honors with a dual degree in English and psychology. She lives on the Upper East Side, near her childhood home, with her two sons.