Past Projects

The following projects were led by WSV Managing Partners while they were at their prior real estate investment firms.


John Hancock Tower (200 Clarendon), Boston, MA

Repositioning and sale of Boston’s iconic 1.8 million square foot John Hancock Tower after its previous owner put the landmark property into foreclosure.

  • $80 million capital improvement plan, addition of a 170-space executive parking garage beneath the building, renovation of two lobbies, extensive improvements to the 2300 space Clarendon parking garage, and addition of a 20,000 square foot Blue Glass café

  • Successfully negotiated 250,000 square foot lease for anchor tenant Bain Capital

  • Asset sold for $930 million, returning a $180 million profit to investors in just 24 months.

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Trip Advisors Global HQ, Needham, MA

Led lease negotiations, project design, financing, development and construction of 290,000 square foot project

  • 2.5 Million Square Foot Anchor Project at Founders Park

  • Secured $2 million in MassWorks grants from the state to make key improvements to address the impact of additional traffic and secured Tax Incremental Financing, which secured Trip Advisor’s commitment to the project

  • Directed the design, budgeting and development process

  • Sold project to an institutional investor for $36 million profit.

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Troy Boston, Boston, MA

Co-developed pioneering 378-unit multi-family project which served as a catalyst for further redevelopment of the South End neighborhood  

  • $160 million ground-up development in Boston’s South End

  • 20-story tower with an 11-story mid-rise residential building featuring restaurant space and amenity spaces, pool and parking

  • Acquired the 1.3 acre parking site, with partner Gerding Edlen, and leveraged strong alignments with union-based investment funds, which helped capitalize the project

  • Actively worked with Boston planning agency (BPDA) on the Albany-Harrison Corridor master plan


Batch Yard, Everett MA

$90 Million Redevelopment of an abandoned mill building, former home of the Charleston Chew factory

  • Developed 328 units in the former Charleston Chew factory, which was in severe disrepair before renovation

  • Retained key historic features of the historic mill building and added three stories along with two new podium buildings

  • Worked with the local artist community to revitalize the mill building with locally sourced art and furniture

  • Project was sold to an institutional investor generating north of $50 million in profit, representing a 60% plus IRR and a 4.0x equity multiple.

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The Meads, Boston, MA

$40 Million Redevelopment of six townhouse buildings formerly owned by Simmons College in the Back Bay

  • Conversion of six townhouses into 50 condominium units

  • Located on desirable Commonwealth Avenue in Boston

  • Created tremendous value, selling condos for more than $1,000 PSF

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75 Tresser, Stamford, CT

Rezoned, permitted and developed $100 Million Ground-Up Development Project

  • 344 unit rental apartment building in downtown Stamford adjacent to Metro-North Station

  • Completed project on time and on budget

  • Led successful execution of the pre-sale of the project


Oro Condos, Brooklyn, NY

Developed $185 Million Ground-Up project, one of the first residential towers in the Downtown Brooklyn area  

  • 40 story, 303-unit Residential Condo Tower was the second tallest building in Brooklyn upon completion

  • Managed complex funding strategy during real estate downturn

  • Completed condo sell-out after the 2008 downturn

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Riverside Center, NYC

Successfully rezoned and master planned 3 million square feet, four city blocks in Manhattan

  • Engaged renowned French architect Christian de Portzamparc to design the project’s master plan, including a public school and a public park

  • Oversaw ULURP entitlement process and managed recapitalization of the project

  • Project was successfully rezoned for residential use (3,000 units), ground-floor retail space, and sub-grade parking

  • Successfully sold all five development parcels to institutional investors/developers