“The Greenwich Group continue to play an important role in the growth of Calvano Development.  We have transitioned from a small developer funding projects at a local level to working hundred million dollar projects with global institutional capital.  The Greenwich Group have demonstrated an ability to work across the capital markets (both equity and debt) by adding value to projects through their underwriting, advocacy, and capital relationships.  They have been a committed partner to the expansion of Calvano Development as demonstrated by the successful capitalization of our multiple projects and Ventures.”

Mark A. Calvano
Calvano | Development

NEWS ARCHIVES

November 2016 Greenwich Secures $53M for SC Office Parks
November 2016 Greenwich Group Arranges $52.9M in Acquisition, Renovation Financing for Two Office Parks in Greenville
September 2016 The Greenwich Group Secures $73.8 Million for Rivergate Phase I in Woodbridge, VA
September 2016 The Greenwich Group International arranged construction financing for the Washington, DC-area project.
May 2016 Federal Capital Partners Provides $20.6M Construction Loan for D.C. Apartment Community
March 2016 Carlyle and US Bank Fund $100MM Office Development in Mountain View
December 2012 Greenwich Group Outlines $1.5B Financing Strategy for DC’s The Wharf
December 2012 December 2012 Greenwich Group Outlines $1.5B Financing Strategy for DC’s The Wharf
December 2012 Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate by Stephen Muller
April 2007

Investor Sells Bellewood Commons for $22.2 Million

March 2007 Dealer to sell its Tysons Corner lot
August 2005 Oak Brook Hills Resort Sale Arranged by The Greenwich Group International
October 2004 Global Innovation buys San Jose complex for $36.5 million
February 2003 Partnerships, sale explored for Lansdowne Resort
July 2002 $144 Million Sale in Tysons Corner – McKinley & Pierce Buildings Sell
April 2002 $85 Million for Executive Plaza – Two Fully Leased Buildings Sold
June 2001 Grubb & Ellis adds dash of international spice
October 2000 Any big-league brokerage must field a team in S.F
March 2000 March 2000 Any big-league brokerage must field a team in S.F
January 1998 Downtown hotel developers hire firm to find money
July 1998 July 1998 No problems for center in Congress
July 1998 Niketown’s landlord just sells it
September 1997 Developers Eye Bethesda Location
September 1997 Office vacancy rates give clues to real estate investors
September 1997 Downtown hot, new study says
September 1997 Greenwich Group throws its arms around the world
September 1995 Foreign Capital Floods U.S. Real Estate Market