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Roseview Group CEO Vince Costantini (center), with partners Matt Dwyer and Stephen Corridan.
Frankly, there are the top tier cities and then there's everyone else. In the past 12 months, the values in the “haves” are up 10% to 15%, according to Roseview Group CEO Vince Costantini (center), with partners Matt Dwyer and Stephen Corridan. Vince manages the private real estate investment and advisory firm, which invested in the $350M Longwood Center in the medical area and advised the developer of the $175M Kensington multifamily tower downtown; both projects are now under construction.
Roseview's Ken Witkin, and directors Jay Valenta and Duo Neill,
With colleagues like partner Ken Witkin and directors Jay Valenta and Duo Neill, Vince says that Roseview advised nine of the nation’s top 20 banks during the downturn, including Atlanta-based SunTrust. Since ’10, the firm has helped them manage, reposition, re-entitle and/or dispose of $2.5B in mostly East Coast properties.
Roseview COO Josh Anderson
COO Josh Anderson was a key advisor for Kensington Tower. In life sciences, new lab projects like Longwood Center are still difficult to finance and expensive to develop (perhaps $1,000/SF, compared to offices at $275/SF), he tells us. To secure financing for a project that costs more than $100M without an anchor tenant is nearly impossible. (But sounds like a great Rudy-esque movie plot.)
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