Revitalization Partners added Rod Stevens as a senior director. Stevens is an executive with experience turning around commercial real estate projects on behalf of high net worth individuals, financial institutions, development firms and municipalities.
During a nearly 40-year career that spans four recessions, Stevens has specialized in the structuring and restructuring of commercial real estate finance loans. He is known for his expertise in turnarounds, working with clients to find equitable resolutions to distressed projects.
Stevens assisted Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in the reuse of a polluted waterfront site as the training center for the Seattle Seahawks. Stevens also assisted in the redevelopment of Kenmore Village, a town center project that attracted more than $100 million of investment in new office buildings, apartments, restaurants and public space. He also managed the turnaround of a 180-acre master planned community west of Portland and the turnaround of a waterfront condominium complex with twin 20-story buildings.
His resume includes tenure as vice president of Wyse Investments in Portland. There he negotiated and invested capital on behalf of high net worth individuals and the pension funds of the Stoel Rives law firm, Les Schwab Tires and other regional firms.
Revitalization Partners is a Seattle-based corporate advisory firm.