Jeffrey S. Wilpon

Founding Partner, Sterling Project Development

Jeff Wilpon is a highly accomplished Founding Partner of Sterling Project Development, boasting an impressive track record of over four decades in overseeing major construction projects. Throughout his illustrious career, he has spearheaded the planning, design, and construction of notable landmarks such as 383 Madison Avenue, Citi Field, Radio City Music Hall, as well as undertaking renovations for the MLB and NHL headquarters. In addition, Mr. Wilpon is an esteemed Partner at UBS Arena and has collaborated with the Green Bay Packers on Titletown, a 45 acre mixed-use neighborhood adjacent to Lambeau Field that is focused on community building and regional economic development.

Since embarking on his real estate and construction journey in 1986, Jeff Wilpon has exhibited his exceptional expertise by supervising and advising on an impressive portfolio of commercial, residential, and sports-related development projects, collectively valued at over $10 billion.

Furthermore, Mr. Wilpon holds the esteemed positions of Chairman and CEO at Alta Vista Partners, a distinguished Real Estate Investment and Operating Platform. Prior to this, he served as the Chief Operating Officer of the New York Mets and Brooklyn Cyclones, contributing significantly to their success over an impressive tenure spanning more than 18 years.

In addition to his numerous professional accomplishments, Jeff Wilpon actively contributes to various organizations and community initiatives. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Association for a Better New York, while also holding board positions at esteemed institutions including the 92nd Street Y Board, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, Harlem Village Academies, Michigan Medicine Advisory Group, the Michigan Sports Business Conference, and Titletown Tech. These engagements reflect his dedication to fostering positive change and promoting excellence across diverse sectors.

Jeff Wilpon's multifaceted expertise, vast experience, and unwavering commitment make him a highly respected figure within the realm of construction, real estate investment, and community development.

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