Role

David D. Wasserman is Senior Real Estate Advisor for Solomon Partners. He joined the firm in 2021.

Experience

David has over 35 years of institutional real estate experience with a diverse geographic portfolio, including mixed-use and hospitality assets. He currently serves as Principal of Wasserman Real Estate (WRE) Capital, an advisory business known for successful and innovative work in real estate development and investment. Since 1999, David has acted as a Principal and Fiduciary for institutional capital partners, including Starwood Capital, Vornado Realty Trust, the Rudin Family and the Charlie Munger Family.

His recent projects have included the acquisition and repositioning of the Westin Snowmass Resort, Wildwood Snowmass, Chequit Inn on Shelter Island, West Elm Hotel Oakland, West Elm Hotel Indianapolis and the Mill/Jerome residences and offices in Aspen. David advised Thomas H. Lee and Lee Equity in the acquisition of Aimbridge Hospitality, among others. He was also a Principal Founder of West Elm Hotels. Through WRE Capital, he was a Principal Owner of the 1600 Division Road Complex and the Brown and Sharpe Campus, covering over two million square feet of industrial warehouse for tenants like Hasbro, Metropolitan Life, Hexagon AB and others. Additionally, his mixed-use and retail projects have included The Shops on South Lake Pasadena, California, Hyde Park Village, Tampa Florida, Page Field Commons Fort Myers, Florida as well as IGT’s corporate headquarters. David’s residential developments have included The Bryant Back Bay, Boston and Granite Park Place, Pasadena. Many of his projects have involved the creation of new parks, the renovation of historic structures to become affordable housing as well as innovative public art projects.

Education

David received a BA from Columbia University and a JD from Boston University School of Law.

Professional Affiliations

Member, New York State Bar

Not-For-Profit Affiliations

Adjunct Professor of Finance and Member of the Faculty of Business Administration, Stern School, New York University