Winter Properties Names Rick H. Singer as President
NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2018 — Winter Properties, a vertically integrated real estate investment, management and development company, announced today that Rick H. Singer has been appointed as President, overseeing all business operations.
Singer joins Winter Properties with more than 30 years of leadership experience in real estate, private equity, securities investments and investment banking, including active involvement in more than $50 billion of commercial real estate transactions.
“We are excited to have Rick join our team as we build on our 100-year history at Winter Properties. This is the beginning of a new chapter in the evolution and growth of our business, and Rick’s background and leadership will give us the ability to accelerate the execution of our strategy,” said Winter Properties Co-CEO David Winter.
“We look forward to the addition of Rick’s leadership and diverse skill set as we focus on our strategy to grow the business,” said Winter Properties Co-CEO David Millstone.
Prior to joining Winter Properties, Rick was CEO of PARE U.S., the exclusive investment advisor and partner to Ping An Real Estate. Previously, he was Managing Director and Head of Global Real Estate at Salomon Brothers for a significant portion of his career, Principal Investor and General Partner in Asset Recovery Fund, and a member of Eastdil Realty. Before that, he worked as an attorney at Schulte Roth and Zabel.
Mr. Singer holds a J.D., with distinction, from Hofstra School of Law and a B.A. from Stony Brook University. Rick also serves on the Advisory Board of Unison Advisors LLC, a multi-faceted asset management firm.
About Winter Properties
Winter Properties, a related business of Standard Industries, is a vertically integrated real estate investment, management and development company. Winter Properties focuses on strategic investments and ventures throughout major urban markets in the U.S., targeting attractive, risk-adjusted returns through both asset- and entity-level investments. Learn more at www.winter.com.