Monday Properties was formed in 2002 and has roots dating back to the 1950’s through its predecessor firm Westfield Realty. We are a national company with a strong foothold in several key markets across the east coast, including the greater New York City and Washington, DC areas, as well as strategic submarkets in the Southeast. We specialize in repositioning, developing, operating and leasing institutional grade office, multifamily and mixed-use properties. We take pride in our history and our ability to consistently deliver transformative experiences.
The Westreich Family – under the banner of Westfield Realty – begins to acquire land in Rosslyn, Virginia for development.
Westfield Realty develops the following assets in Arlington, VA – most of which are still in the Rosslyn portfolio today:
Westfield Realty develops three additional assets in Arlington, VA:
Westfield Realty develops 2800 and 2900 Crystal Drive in Arlington, VA.
Westfield Realty purchases 1200 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA to redevelop for Boeing’s east coast HQ.
Westfield Realty forms joint venture with Eakin/Youngentob Associates to build over 5,000 townhomes and condominiums in the greater Washington, DC area.
Anthony Westreich acquires 100 percent ownership of Max Capital Management Corp. and establishes Monday Properties - previously operating under the banner of Westfield Realty – and it’s 4 million square foot office portfolio.
Monday Properties officially enters the New York market by acquiring a 1.6 million square foot portfolio of office buildings in Midtown Manhattan.
Monday Properties begins the luxury condo conversion of 260 Park Avenue South in New York, NY.
Monday Properties acquires 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY.
Monday Properties acquires 386 Park Avenue South and sells 350 Madison Avenue in New York, NY.
Monday Properties acquires 2100 2nd Street, SW and trades 1275 K Street in downtown Washington, DC.
Monday Properties sells 237 Park Avenue in New York, NY and acquires marquee New York office property: 230 Park Avenue.
Monday Properties completes the condo sell-out at 260 Park Avenue South in New York, NY.
Monday Properties executes leases representing consecutive record-breaking rents for the Rosslyn submarket at 1000 and 1101 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA.
Monday Properties sells 386 Park Avenue South in New York, NY.
Monday Properties recapitalizes the Rosslyn portfolio in a joint venture with Goldman Sachs, Qatar Investment Authority, and Kuwait Investment Authority.
Monday Properties evolves its business platform to become a real estate investment firm focused on growth and distressed opportunities in select markets and sectors.
Monday Properties sells 1440 Broadway in New York, NY and 2100 2nd Street in SW Washington, DC.
Monday Properties entitles 1400 Key and 1401 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington VA, officially establishing their entry into the residential market.
Monday Properties begins the development of two multifamily projects in Williston, ND.
Monday Properties sells 230 Park Avenue in New York, NY for a record $1.2 billion.
Monday Properties begins the development of two multifamily projects in Charleston, SC.
NESTLÉ relocates its U.S. corporate headquarters from Glendale, CA to Monday Properties’ trophy office development: 1812 North Moore Street in Arlington, VA.
Monday Properties acquires three commercial office assets: Cameron Run in Alexandria, VA; Dulles Metro Center in Herndon, VA; and Shirlington Gateway in Arlington, VA.
Monday Properties breaks ground at the Mason, their first multifamily development in Charleston, SC.
NESTLÉ expands at 1812 N Moore in Arlington, VA by two floors.
The Mason, Monday Properties’ first multifamily development in Charleston, SC, delivers.
Monday Properties breaks ground at the Hudson, another multifamily development in Charleston, SC
Monday Properties acquires Shirlington Tower, a class-A commercial office building in Arlington, VA.
Monday Properties breaks ground on the Blake, a 300-unit multifamily development in Alexandria, VA.
Monday Properties acquires Harbor Landing, a five-story, Class A multifamily asset in Stamford, CT. This purchase marks their reentrance into the greater NY tristate market.
Monday Properties closes on Ashley Phosphate, a land acquisition in Charleston, SC.
Monday Properties sells the Hudson - a multifamily development in Charleston, SC - 6 months after project delivery.
Monday Properties acquires 75 Tresser, a 344 -unit multifamily asset in Stamford, CT.
Monday Properties delivers the Blake apartments, a 300-unit Class A multifamily asset in Alexandria, VA.
Monday Properties closes their first acquisition in Maryland; Park Plaza I & II, a Class A office complex in Rockville, MD.
Monday Properties breaks ground on the Willow, their third multifamily development in North Charleston, SC.