Firm Profile

Washington Square Partners was founded in 1994 by a group of real estate professionals who believed that a critical gap existed between consultants who offered analytical research and reports and developers who created projects. Washington Square Partners provides previously unavailable development advisory services to private developers, property owners, retailers, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit institutions. The firm has tremendous experience in creating strategies for our clients to maximize the value of their assets through seeking, if appropriate, discretionary public agency approvals for development projects. The firm has tremendous experience in seeking discretionary public agency approvals to maximize the value of our client’s assets.

Our clients, who include some of the largest developers and public agencies in the New York City metropolitan area, hire Washington Square Partners because of the firm’s record of innovation in implementing development projects that require creative, strategic thinking and securing negotiations with difficult third parties. Our successful strategies for advancing projects through multiple discretionary public approval processes places us on forefront of developments in emerging markets.

Our firm’s principals have guided some of the most complex, groundbreaking projects in the New York Metropolitan Area including City Point, 42nd Street/Times Square revitalization, MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn, Cooper Union, 400 5th Avenue and River Plaza, the first new shopping center in the Bronx in decades. Additionally, the firm has and continues to serve clients in Long Island and Westchester County. Washington Square Partners is currently engaged on projects in Downtown Brooklyn, Inwood, and the Upper East Side. Washington Square and its affiliated entities - Arch Brokerage and Allied Construction Management Services - bring twenty-five years of experience to provide sophisticated solutions to complex development issues.

» Download our Qualifications Brochure (pdf)