The Mathews Company develops projects for clients with specific needs and meets market demand with speculative building opportunities. The firm has the experience and capacity to develop any commercial property type from concept to completion and has the resources and relationships to minimize development costs.
The company also acquires properties when it can add value by utilizing the full scope of its real estate services. The Mathews Company has extensive experience with direct acquisitions and complex partnership structures,
and enjoys longstanding relationships with top-tier financial institutions at the local and national levels. It has partnered with both individual and institutional equity investors,
not only in acquiring and developing properties, but in managing them or serving as an adviser to the property owner.
In recent years, The Mathews Company has developed:
- 225,000-square-foot downtown office building
- 43,000-square-foot suburban office building
- 115,000-square-foot warehouse building
- 38,000-square-foot office service center
- Two suburban office buildings totaling 130,000 square feet
- 175 apartment units
211 Union Street
Built by newspaper publisher Edward Stahlman a century ago, The Stahlman building
first housed Fourth National Bank. It was purchased by Stahlman Redevelopment Partners,
a related entity, in 2005.
The historic 12-story structure was converted to a high-end apartment building, which opened in August 2006, featuring
134 studio and one- and two-bedroom high-end loft-style apartments, along with eight
live/work spaces. Only eight months after the opening of The Stahlman, 75 percent of
its 142 units were leased, ahead of projections.