Greystone is a national developer and investor focused on multi-sector real estate projects in gateway cities. Greystone specializes in complex residential and commercial investments through acquisitions and joint ventures. By maximizing their experience, creativity and resources, they transform non-traditional real estate opportunities into high-performing assets, and unlock the appeal of under-developed properties. Since 1992, Greystone has acquired, repositioned and developed more than $1 billion worth of properties nationwide, including luxury rental apartments and condominiums, trophy retail assets, high-rise office complexes, skilled nursing facilities and shopping malls. The Greystone team is currently developing more than a dozen properties spanning over 2 million square feet of prime real estate in major metropolitan cities such a New York and Miami.
Educated in Australia and England, Barry Rice has practiced architecture for 30 years. After stints in Sydney and London, Rice spent a dozen years at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, in New York, before establishing his own firm, Barry Rice Architects in 1999. Rice’s projects include high-rise residential and commercial buildings, private houses, schools, hotels, theaters, institutional and recreational facilities. Having worked extensively in areas regulated by historic preservation (The Embarcadero, San Francisco; Savannah, Georgia; Boston’s Back Bay; Battery Park City, the Greenwich Village Historic Districts and East Hampton New York). Rice’s designs carefully craft the dynamic presence of something new while maintaining a harmonious dialogue with the neighboring built environment. This has led Barry Rice Architects to specialize in New York City’s most historic districts and post-industrial neighborhoods. Mr. Rice’s work has been published in Architectural Record, Architecture, Interiors, The New York Times, and The Los Angeles Times
Maureen Winter McDermott is a graduate of the New York School of Interior Design and has worked for many well-known design and architectural firms in both NYC and the Hamptons. Her aesthetic was shaped while working under design icon and mentor Vicente Wolf which led to creating her own firm in 2015. Maureen strongly believes that design should tell a cohesive story and should not be limited to decoration but rather something that's tightly in harmony with architecture. She's passionate about creating approachable, relaxed interiors that provide a calm and serene environment. Maureen's work has been recognized by publications including Cottages and Gardens, Hamptons, Gotham, Luxe, Rue, Yahoo Finance, and House Beautiful. Winter McDermott Design is based in Sag Harbor where Maureen lives with her husband Michael and two children PJ and Winter.
From project inception to building sellout, Compass Development partners with the world’s most forward-thinking developers and innovative architects through the lifespan of a project. Leveraging tenured expertise and the industry’s most powerful technological resources, we provide strategic advice for record-breaking results. We have represented many new developments on the Upper West Side including 250 West 81st Street, 221 West 77th Street, 210 West 77th Street, and 360 Central Park West.