Kennedy Wilson’s business plan included the development of an additional 166 units, a refurbishment of all multifamily units, and converting 13,000 sq. ft. of ground floor commercial space into exclusive tenant amenity space, including a gym, cinema room, lounge area, child’s play area and a high-end shared kitchen. Two shell and core penthouse apartments were converted into 4 individual units and 2 privately-owned units were acquired separately, increasing the total of KWE-owned units to 442.
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.