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

  • 5 Ways City Transport Systems Must Prepare for the 21st Century

    30 May 2014

    Handling tomorrow’s mega-trends means rethinking today’s infrastructure. Jonathan F.P. Rose  Flickr user MTAPhotos In the 21st century, cities face many forces far beyond their control: mega-trends such as dramatic shifts in population, the financial vulnerability of a globally connected economy, resources scarcity, rising income inequality, and an increase in the droughts, floods, heat waves, cold waves, sea level rise, and storm surges caused by climate change. Preparing for all these stresses won’t be easy, but a critical place to start is with urban infrastructure, an area where many U.S. cities are most vulnerable. Infrastructure is the platform of the common good. It connects us in nested networks of systems, integrating homes, neighborhoods, cities, regions, and nations. Cities thrive with internal and external connectedness, and the backbone of this connectivity is our urban transportation systems. It’s essential that we begin now to plan, finance, and construct or renovate transportation systems that can respond to the emerging mega-trends. The following are five[…]

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