David Wood brings 16+ years experience in the US real estate industry managing the entire development cycle including, acquisition, entitlement, development, construction supervision, capital raising, sales and marketing. Mr. Wood has developed and built over 2,651 multifamily units representing over $347,000,000.
Previously, Mr. Wood served as Managing Director for Landmark Equity Partners, where he oversaw the due diligence, repositioning, and operations of the portfolio while performing equity fund raising. Prior to joining Landmark Equity Partners, Mr. Wood was Development Partner for Western National Properties (www.wng.com ), where he oversaw the ground up development of over $130,000,000 of multi-family investment property in Orange County.
In addition, Mr. Wood was Development Director for BRE Properties, Inc. (www.breproperties.com ) in San Diego where he managed the entitlement, development, and construction of over $90,000,000 of multi-family investment property. Mr Wood initiated his career as an Associate for Easdil Realty in New York, supporting third party agency and investment banking business in office, hotel, and retail properties.
Mr. Wood currently sits on the board of Jamboree Housing Corporation, a nonprofit housing development company that builds affordable rental and ownership housing for lower-income families in California. Mr. Wood is fluent in Spanish and holds a BA in Economics from the University of Texas in Austin.
Andrew G. Wood
Andrew Wood brings 14+ years experience in real estate finance and development administration and has managed the entire development cycle including, acquisition, entitlement, development, construction supervision, capital raising, sales and marketing.
Previously, Mr. Wood was a founding partner for OCCE; a low rise mid rise luxury condo construction firm based in Mexico City. As Director of OCCE, Mr. Wood grew the real estate development company's revenue 10 fold in 3 years.
Previously, Mr. Wood was a Vice President at Credit Suisse First Boston ("CSFB") based in New York City and Mexico City. Mr. Wood was responsible for investment banking new business generation and deal execution for CSFB's key corporate and governmental clients. Mr. Wood was responsible for several inovative landmark real estate financing projects including the $110 million construction loan facility in 1997 for Reichman International's Torre Mayor in Mexico City; the tallest building in Latin America.
Mr. Wood is fluent in Spanish, a former member of the US National Development Rowing Program, former small business Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay and holds a BA in History from the University of Texas in Austin.