33 Years of Being First
Advanced from smaller projects in Los Angeles with the acquisition of The Carriage House in Miami Beach, FL.
Pioneered the condo-hotel concept with multiple developments in the Art Deco district of Miami Beach.
Completed the first office-to-residential conversion with 25 Broad Street in New York City's Financial District.
Expanded to every major market in the United States.
Strengthened the firm's expertise and portfolio with ground-up projects in Hawaii, California, and Atlanta.
Diversified asset categories, branching out into the rental market with the acquisition of Regents Park in Chicago, IL.
Awarded "Development Firm of the Year" by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Went global with acquisitions in Japan, United Kingdom, and Israel.
Broadened the portfolio, rising to prominence in the multi-family rental housing industry.
Commenced construction of NEMA, a revolutionary ground-up luxury rental that catalyzed the San Francisco Mid-Market revival.
Revived its presence in New York City by acquiring several buildings throughout Manhattan.
Continued to thrive with an impressive portfolio of residential high-rises, offices, commercial properties, and hospitality brands.
Completed Jasper with an array of green strategies from sustainable site design and water use reduction to energy efficiency and careful material selection - all aimed to both reduce environmental impact and protect indoor air quality.
Ten Thousand, the nation's most technologically advanced building opens in Los Angeles, offering two- and three-bedroom rental residences in a condo-caliber high-rise.
NEMA Chicago, the city's tallest rental residence designed by Rafael Viñoly and Rockwell Group, welcomes its first residents. NEMA Boston is rapidly preleasing in the Seaport.
The highly-anticipated NEMA Miami breaks ground at the edge of Wynwood and Edgewater neighborhoods, soon to become the fourth NEMA-branded luxury residence in the U.S.