At Roundstone Development, we believe that changing the way you see things is a critical component to doing what we do.
Other people say they don’t have the vision or aren’t creative enough to know how to transform a piece of real estate. Well we do. And it’s one of our favorite aspects of walking into a project for the first time. We can all use a creative outlet in life. What we do is part of our creative outlet and we transform spaces. We take great pride in transforming a space from what it is into what it could be.
Ryan began his career in commercial real estate. Prior to Roundstone Development, he was with the Buccini/Pollin Group aiding in acquisitions, dispositions and financing of commercial and residential projects. Specifically, he oversaw the valuation and cash flow analysis of office, multifamily and retail real estate properties. He also spent time with the Investment Sales Brokerage Team at Cushman & Wakefield and learned the investment real estate business doing commercial and multifamily appraisals at both Cushman & Wakefield and Integra Realty Resources. After the arrival of his first daughter, tiring of a traffic-filled commute and some soul searching which revealed the desire to be more entrepreneurial, Ryan and Chris purchased their first property and formed Roundstone Development.
Although now a seasoned resource in the construction industry, Chris actually started his career as a VP of Municipal Trading at Janney Montgomery Scott in Center City. After purchasing his first home in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia, Chris found his passion for breathing new life into neglected real estate. Soon after this home project started, he resigned and joined Toll Brothers Home Builders as a Project Manager. After gaining more construction skills, Chris decided to explore yet another side of the business with a local commercial construction firm. Still in the capacity of a Project Manager, Chris procured further experience in all aspects of the industry. Chris continued to expand his knowledge and experience while working on projects which included athletic fields to fire houses (and everything in between!) After several years of managing both “day jobs”, Chris and his brother Ryan, joined forces to form Roundstone Development, LLC.