An Investment that Pays for Itself
Greenlight is a reliable owner’s representative consultant specialized in property development and construction management. Our approach is based on innovative analytical conceiving of the client’s requirements and potentials, and our strategy is developed to fulfill the tasks while eliminating obstacles and utilizing the client’s team to improve and maximize its results
We assist enterprises in advancing their progressive growth plans no matter how difficult or unfamiliar a project might seem. We take care of all our clients’ needs and lead the way to outstanding products via navigating all efficient possibilities and avoiding costly positions. Our long experience in design and construction makes it easier to ensure all administrative and technical requirements are met, and further allows us to better coordinate with all stakeholders. Not only do we ease the clients schedule allowing more time for business development and other general management endeavors, but we also provide outcomes to enrich their portfolios.
Greenlight is led by Matthew Tritt, one of the most trusted and creative industry leaders in the Metro New York area, who has successfully completed over 100 million dollars in CM consultancy projects
For over 20 years, Matt built background and proficiency as a Construction Executive with the companies Kellerman & Associates, Urban Builders Group, and Greenlight Construction, allowing him to advise and navigate his clients through the myriad risks of any project. He has firsthand experience managing projects of various types and sizes. His credentials in the AEC industry enable him to pilot projects at all stages from early conceptual and pre-development analysis, and throughout the project construction until completion. His expertise has helped handling projects with drastic program shifts and preventing imminent work stoppage or heavy financial costs.
“I have been an Architect for over forty years and have worked with many developers and owner’s representatives. Matt is one of the most knowledgeable and professional. He is timely, responsive and resilient. He enables and inspires others, by example, to work cooperatively toward designing and building great enduring architecture.” Jeffrey Ng – Intertek
The Mulberry House project on 290 Mulberry was featured on The New York Times in 2013.
“But after suffering the indignities that can occur over years of sitting vacant as a stalled condominium project, 290 Mulberry Street, at East Houston Street, is bouncing back — this time as a rental.”
Those involved in the Mulberry project, which has required a year of construction, say they’re relieved to see it draw to a close. “Stalled sites are some of the most complicated because you never know what you’ll find when you go in,” Mr. Tritt said. “But we’ve really brought this place back from the dead.”
The New York-Times, July 5, 2013
Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award
901 Broadway project won the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award in 2015.
“The first tenant of 901 Broadway, an 1870 commercial building near Union Square was Lord and Taylor. When the store moved in 1914, the picturesque French Second Empire property was used for manufacturing and retail at the ground floor. After years of deterioration, this project has restored the decorative cast iron and the slate roof. The signature pavilion at the corner of 20th Street and Broadway now welcomes visitors to Brooks Brothers on the lower floors, and mixed-use residential and office space on the upper levels.”
The New York Landmarks Conservancy, April 30, 2015