Jonathan Rose Companies

Jonathan Rose Companies
Jonathan Rose Companies

Transforming Communities, Building Value

We are investment managers, developers, planners, and project managers with $1.3 billion in projects and a proven track record of creating sustainable value for our investors and clients for over 20 years.
 
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    Via Verde is green urban living re-imagined.
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    Via Verde is green urban living re-imagined.
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    Cooper Union New Signature Green Academic Building.
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    Morristown Master Plan
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    The Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon

INVESTMENTSyeon185x91
Building investor value through disciplined underwriting, hands-on asset management and environmentally responsible solutions.
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DEVELOPMENTvv185x91
Developing innovative projects that are models of transit-oriented, mixed-use, mixed-income, green
real estate.
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URBAN PLANNINGSpeedwell185x91
Advising clients in real estate planning and development, from project conception to completion.
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PROJECT MANAGEMENTcooper185x91
Developing visionary and effective
strategies to implement plans,
secure financing, and provide design
and construction oversight to
advance our clients' missions.
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NEWS

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Jonathan Rose Companies Joins President's Better Buildings Challenge - We are proud to share that we have joined the President’s Better Buildings Challenge and pledged to reduce our multi-family portfolio’s energy use 20% in the next ten years.

We are proud to share that Via Verde received the Boston Society of Architects, John M. Clancy Award for Socially Responsible Housing, Honor Award, 2013




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Jonathan F.P. Rose – Blog
Thoughts on a Well Tempered City

  • The 2014 John T. Dunlop Lecture given by Jonathan F.P. Rose: “The Entwinement of Housing, Neighborhoods and Wellbeing”

    30 Sep 2014

    September 29, 2014 Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Distinguished Faculty and Staff, Policy Advisory Board Members and friends. It is an honor to have been invited to give the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University the 2014 Dunlop Lecture, and to join the company of so many distinguished previous speakers. Professor John T. Dunlop was born in Placerville, California and spent his earliest years living his family’s pear ranch. When Dunlop was four, his parents, who were Presbyterian missionaries, moved his family to the Island of Cebu, the densest island of the Philippines. Dunlop only returned to the United States after he graduated from high school. Dunlop graduated from the University of California Berkeley with highest honors, and a PhD in Economics. In 1937, Dunlop received a Fellowship to study economics at Cambridge University with John Maynard Keynes. John and his wife, Dorothy, shared a small house with John Kenneth Galbraith and his wife Kitty. For the next[…]

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Jonathan Rose Companies is carbon neutral, purchasing carbon offsets from Enterprise Carbon Offset Fund