Combining its extensive experience in hospitality with its private equity investment heritage and its retail strategy services, Tungsten is highly active in the burgeoning field of “placemaking” in real estate development.
Tungsten has sought out distinctive projects, both large and small, across the country and globally. We help connect our clients and partners to transformative collaborations with designers, restaurants, retailers, and programming partners that have outsized media impact and which help create a sense of place because of their unique resonance and magnetism. Through its engagements, Tungsten has generated documentable increased portfolio value as well as cultural intangible assets.
"Normally, it would take years for one neighborhood to develop such a diversity of attractions. But with the Ace, the whole thing comes preassembled. It’s like a hot neighborhood starter kit.""
..."Tungsten is the starter kit’s invisible hand."
Tungsten Partners is proud to be engaged in a cultural engineering capacity on a number of unique projects with strong narratives. Additionally, Tungsten Property, Tungsten Partners' wholly owned real estate firm, holds the retail exclusive to execute upon the collaboratively conceptualized vision of the retail ground plane.
6 million square feet of loft office buildings in West Soho comprising 40% of the neighborhood owned by a joint venture partnership of Trinity Church Wall Street, Norges Bank, and Hines.
3.5 million square feet and 25 acre mixed use development on a former battleship production site on San Francisco's waterfront developed by Brookfield.
Mixed use redevelopment of the historic San Francisco Chronicle Building and its surrounding 5 retail blocks developed by Brookfield.
Creative office redevelopment of historic 1800's Ulmer Brewery assemblage developed by Macarthur Holdings.