As the COVID-19 health crisis affects nearly all aspects of our lives, we are most focused on the health and safety of our Kennedy Wilson family, including our employees, their loved ones and our extended family made up of the thousands of people who live and work at Kennedy Wilson properties. Our existing IT infrastructure and business continuity planning enabled us to pivot quickly during an uncertain time and maintain connection across all levels of the company.
This 324-unit multifamily property was built in 1996 along the Boise River and adjacent to the 55-acre Esther Simplot Park that features 23 acres of ponds and recreational space. Kennedy Wilson acquired the community in November 2014 in an off-market transaction and embarked on a $5.8 million renovation program that has increased NOI by nearly 70% over the lifespan of the investment. The team completed a top-to-bottom upgrade of the leasing office and common areas, rebranded the community, updated signage and unit interiors to enhance the value of the property.
Kennedy Wilson acquired the 13.6-acre underutilized site located near Dublin City Center on the southern banks of the River Liffey in 2013 for €82.5 million and launched a seven-year, three-phased development that has added a total 422 units and 36,000 square feet of commercial space to the community as well as a robust resident amenity and public space program. The final phase continued Kennedy Wilson’s restoration and conservation of the historic Clancy Barracks, which incorporates many protected structures.
Jim Rosten is president of the company's Property Services, which has over 70 million square feet of commercial, office, industrial and retail property under contract for management, leasing and development. Additionally, the firm manages and controls 20,000+ multifamily apartment units. Mr. Rosten oversees the company’s property service businesses across 21 offices in the U.S.
Stuart Cramer is president of the company's Residential Investments, which includes for-sale housing and hospitality investments. He is responsible for acquisition, development, entitlement and asset management opportunities for this class of assets in the Western United States.
In Ku Lee is Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel of Kennedy Wilson. He is in charge of all of Kennedy Wilson’s public company regulatory and corporate governance matters and serves as the Chief Compliance Officer of KW Investment Adviser. Mr. Lee is also responsible for all legal aspects of Kennedy Wilson’s corporate and transaction capital raising, including public and private offerings of equity and debt.
Matt Windisch, an executive vice president of Kennedy Wilson, is co-chairman of Kennedy Wilson’s Investment Committee. Matt spearheads strategic planning for the company as well public capital markets activities, the debt investment platform, corporate and transaction capital raising and acquisitions analysis.