Market Diversification

Crescent Heights has extensive experience in major cities across the United States through multiple market cycles.

Our strategic flexibility and thorough understanding of a wide range of markets have allowed us to succeed in developing the right type of product for residents in established neighborhoods, such as Beverly Hills and Manhattan’s Upper East Side, as well as in rapidly evolving communities, including Seattle’s Denny Triangle adjacent to Amazon’s headquarters and Boston’s Seaport Innovation District.

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The Exchange, at 25 Broad Street in New York City’s Financial District, was recognized as a residential pioneer in what had been a predominantly commercial neighborhood, and NEMA San Francisco catalyzed the transformation of the city’s Mid-Market tech district. Jasper proudly crowns Rincon Hill, dubbed “San Francisco’s first vertical neighborhood”, and sits across the street from one of our earlier developments, The Metropolitan.

The Sierra at Oakland’s Jack London Square helped generate what the local community was missing — a robust retail economy. In Miami’s South Beach, Crescent Heights stood out as an art deco district pioneer with a focus on historic renovations. Oahu in Hawaii presented both new construction and renovation opportunities catered toward second-home buyers. 

In Philadelphia, Crescent Heights’ footprint includes both historic and modern buildings, located in both the Arts District and the downtown core. The firm’s collection of high-rise developments in Chicago spans multiple neighborhoods: South Loop, West Loop, and North Side, with the latest project, NEMA Grant Park, rising 76 stories above “Chicago’s Front Yard.”  Crescent Heights’ 100-story 4/C project in Seattle is planned for development in burgeoning Pioneer Square.