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​GREENWICH TIMELINE
KEY EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTED PROJECTS

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2025

1995

Former Chairman of Jones Lang Wootton USA, Simon Milde and fellow partners Larry Baucom and Gary Barth form the Greenwich Group International based in New York.  Shortly after they were joined by James Flood, former CFO of Related Companies.
 
Milde and his partners set out to create a "truly global" real estate marketing and investment banking company. 

1996

Greenwich Group International opens offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

1997

Greenwich Group International hired as the exclusive investment banker to raise approximately $150 million of development finance for 7201 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, MD.

2012

Greenwich Group International appointed as exclusive investment banker for The Wharf, a $1.5 billion, 27 -acre, 3.2 million square foot mixed use development along the Potomac River in Washington, DC

2015

Greenwich Group International appointed as exclusive investment banker for 1255 22nd Street office to residential conversion in the heart of the West End submarket of Washington, DC.

Pre-Conversion

Post-Conversion

1995

Former Chairman of Jones Lang Wooten USA, Simon Milde and fellow partners Larry Baucom and Gary Barth form the Greenwich Group International based in New York.  Shortly after they were joined by James Flood, former CFO of former Related Companies.
 
Milde and his partners set out to create the first "truly global" real estate marketing and investment banking company in the land. 

1996

Greenwich Group International opens offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

1997

Greenwich Group International hired as the exclusive investment banker to raise approximately $150 million of development finance for 7201 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, MD.

1995

Former Chairman of Jones Lang Wooten USA, Simon Milde and fellow partners Larry Baucom and Gary Barth form the Greenwich Group International based in New York.  Shortly after they were joined by James Flood, former CFO of former Related Companies.
 
Milde and his partners set out to create the first "truly global" real estate marketing and investment banking company in the land. 

1996

Greenwich Group International opens offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

1997

Greenwich Group International hired as the exclusive investment banker to raise approximately $150 million of development finance for 7201 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, MD.

2016

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges joint-venture equity and construction debt for 1001 Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, California an office development leased entirely to Google.

Greenwich Group sourced equity and debt in a total amount of $53 million for the acquisition, renovation, and stabilization of a major office park portfolio totaling 570,000 square feet in Greenville, SC.

2017

Greenwich Group International hired as development consultant to the developers of Museum Place in downtown San Jose, California.

Greenwich Group structured complicated multi-lender construction financing of $22 million for a Courtyard Hotel in Bowie, MD; funds were provided by a commercial bank, the SBA, state grants, and the County economic development resources.

2018

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the disposition of 1500 Westbranch Drive in Tysons, a 6-acre development site for 420 multifamily units.

2020

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the recapitalization of 2200 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA and 6000 Executive Boulevard in Rockville, MD

2020

Greenwich Group International names Larry Baucom President succeeding Simon Milde.

2021

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the recapitalization of 800 9th Street, SW Washington, DC, a vacant 4-story office building located at the gateway to The Wharf.    The new joint-venture is pursuing a rezoning to replace the existing building with a class-A high rise apartment building.

2000

Ahead of its time, Greenwich Group launches Capital Engine, an online capital-matching service to the commercial real estate mortgage market.

Greenwich Group opens office in San Francisco.

2001

Greenwich Group International provided financial advisory and capital markets services for the Capital Land and ERGO Insurance Group Joint-Venture to acquire and develop $875 million worth of properties in Singapore.   

2002

Partners of Greenwich Group International form Terra Capital Partners, a private real estate funds management firm focused primarily on mezzanine, preferred equity, and bridge financing investments. TCP was formed as a separate entity which is now a stand alone firm and no longer affiliated with Greenwich.

2004

Greenwich Group International hired as exclusive investment banker to recapitalize the West Group Portfolio in Tysons, VA comprising of approximately 3 million square feet of existing buildings and 142 acres of future development.

2005

Terra Capital Partners appointed exclusive Asset Manager on behalf of Rubicon America Trust, an Australian listed property company, to advise on assets in the USA

2007

Greenwich Group International acts as exclusive investment banker in the acquisition, joint-venture equity financing, and redevelopment of 2175 K Street, NW, now the Headquarters for the European Union.

Pre-Conversion

Post-Conversion

2009

Greenwich Group International launches the GGI Green Energy Financing Platform to focus on capitalizing Green Energy projects across the US, including; Biomass, Wind and Solar energy generation plants. 

1995

1995

1995

1995

Former Chairman of Jones Lang Wooten USA, Simon Milde and fellow partners Larry Baucom and Gary Barth form the Greenwich Group International based in New York.  Shortly after they were joined by James Flood, former CFO of former Related Companies.
 
Milde and his partners set out to create the first "truly global" real estate marketing and investment banking company in the land. 

1996

Greenwich Group International opens offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

1997

Greenwich Group International hired as the exclusive investment banker to raise approximately $150 million of development finance for 7201 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, MD.

1995

1995

1995

Former Chairman of Jones Lang Wootton USA, Simon Milde and fellow partners Larry Baucom and Gary Barth form The Greenwich Group International based in New York.  Shortly after they were joined by James Flood, former CFO of Related Companies. Milde and his partners set out to create a "truly global" real estate marketing and investment banking company. 

1996

Greenwich Group International opens offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

1997

Greenwich Group International hired as the exclusive investment banker to raise approximately $150 million of development finance for 7201 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, MD.

2000

2000

Ahead of its time, Greenwich Group Launches Capital Engine, an online capital-matching service to the commercial real estate mortgage market.

Greenwich Group opens office in San Francisco.

2001

Greenwich Group International provided financial advisory and capital markets services for the Capital Land and ERGO Insurance Group Joint-Venture to acquire and develop $875 million worth of properties in Singapore.   

2002

Partners of Greenwich Group International form Terra Capital Partners, a private real estate funds management firm focused primarily on mezzanine, preferred equity and bridge investments.  TCP was formed as a separate entity which is now a stand alone firm and no longer affiliated with Greenwich.

2004

Greenwich Group International hired as exclusive investment banker to recapitalize the West Group Portfolio in Tysons, VA comprising of approximately 3 million square feet of existing buildings and 142 acres of future development.

2005

2005

Greenwich Group International appointed exclusive Asset Manager on behalf of Rubicon America Trust, an Australian listed property company, to advise on assets in the USA.

2007

Greenwich Group International acts as exclusive investment banker in the acquisition, joint-venture equity financing, and redevelopment of 2175 K Street, NW, now the Headquarters for the European Union.

2010

2012

Greenwich Group International appointed as exclusive investment banker for The Wharf, a $1.5 billion, 27 -acre, 3.2 million square foot mixed use development along the Potomac River in Washington, DC.

2015

Greenwich Group International appointed as exclusive investment banker for 1255 22nd Street office to residential conversion in the heart of the West End submarket of Washington, DC.

Pre-Conversion

Post-Conversion

2015

2016

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges joint-venture equity and construction debt for 1001 Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, California an office development leased entirely to Google.

Greenwich Group sourced equity and debt in a total amount of $53 million for the acquisition, renovation, and stabilization of a major office park portfolio totaling 570,000 square feet in Greenville, SC.

2017

Greenwich Group International hired as development consultant to the developers of Museum Place in downtown San Jose, California.

Greenwich Group structured complicated multi-lender construction financing of $22 million for a Courtyard Hotel in Bowie, MD; funds were provided by a commercial bank, the SBA, state grants, and the County economic development resources.

2018

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the disposition of 1500 Westbranch Drive in Tysons, a 6-acre development site for 420 multifamily units.

Greenwich Group enabled the construction of a 286 unit apartment project with ground floor retail and additional retail in historic buildings in Kannapolis, NC,  a suburb of Charlotte; combined equity and debt financing of $46.7 million came from an Opportunity Zone fund.

2020

2020

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the recapitalization of 2200 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA and 6000 Executive Boulevard in Rockville, MD.

2020

Greenwich Group International names Larry Baucom President succeeding Simon Milde.

2021

Greenwich Group International successfully arranges the recapitalization of 800 9th Street, SW Washington, DC, a vacant 4-story office building located at the gateway to The Wharf. The new joint-venture is pursuing a rezoning to replace the existing building with a class-A high rise apartment building.

2025
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