January 6, 2020 The BPG Experience
Wilmington-based developer The Buccini/Pollin Group (BPG) is pleased to welcome Chip Walters to the position of Vice President of Asset Management. Chip joins BPG with over 25 years’ experience in the real estate industry, most recently at Keystone Property Group as the Chief Investment Officer
Chip will be responsible for overseeing the existing non-hotel portfolio, including six million square feet of office and retail space, 15 major residential communities and multiple entertainment venues, such as Talen Energy Stadium and the 76ers Fieldhouse. Chip will lead BPG’s continued efforts to be the best in class office and multi-family operator and investment manager.
“Chip’s extensive experience and expertise will help BPG continue to maintain the quality of its portfolio while allowing it to grow,” said Barbara Neuse, President and Chief Financial Officer of The Buccini/Pollin Group. “We are confident in his ability to manage our portfolio, generate growth, and lead a team of real estate professionals. We welcome Chip and look forward to his contribution on the Asset Management team.”
Before joining BPG, Chip was the Chief Investment Officer at Keystone Property Group. At Keystone, he oversaw the firm’s acquisitions, asset management, and portfolio management activities. Chip played a key role in sourcing, underwriting, and closing commercial real estate deals in major markets throughout the United States.
Prior to Keystone, Chip served as the Chief Investment Officer and Head of Portfolio Management for the Americas branch of Grosvenor Fund Management. Chip was responsible for all real estate investment activities for the firm’s US clients, including transactions, portfolio and asset management.
Chips earlier professional career includes 20 years of experience at Prudential Real Estate Investors (PREI), where he was Head of Northeast Transactions and Head of PREI’s Single Client Group, among other asset and portfolio management activities.
Chip holds an M.B.A. from Colombia University and a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from Drexel University.