Cresset is comprised of three operating companies, which integrate the key components of real estate investment — development, construction and property management — creating a sustainable competitive advantage for investors and clients.
The Cresset Advantages
Our principals have direct involvement in every transaction throughout its lifecycle. We take on every project with a small firm entrepreneurial approach and we maintain unsurpassed integrity.
Real estate is a cyclical asset — opportunities change and evolve as the local market, economy and capital markets adapt to external forces. That’s why Cresset Development, LLC works to anticipate shifting market trends and responds by structuring investments that are resilient over the long-term. Since our collective experience enables us to analyze each opportunity from many angles, we treat each investment as a stand-alone business, tailoring its business plan to capitalize on strengths while marginalizing its weaknesses.
Cresset Builders, LLC offers construction planning, management and related services for projects of all sizes. Cresset provides services to plan, permit, construct and manage real estate projects from ground-up construction to historic rehabilitation, expansion, renovation, or tenant build-out. Many of Cresset’s principals have direct experience in general contracting, which heightens attention to detail in areas normally overlooked by those lacking such a broad depth of construction knowledge.
Cresset Management, LLC offers a focused approach to property and asset management services for commercial and residential properties. By providing on-site management, tailored reporting and cost control, we add value and create tenant/resident satisfaction. Our process begins with a comprehensive preventative maintenance plan designed to avoid unnecessary repairs and capital costs that can also create disruptions for our tenants/residents. We believe that short-term horizons should not determine the stewardship of a long-term asset. In addition, we also continue to evaluate “green technology” and what it can mean for the bottom line as well as the greater community.