Bridge Development Partners Promotes Greg Woolway to Vice President of Acquisitions in California

Bridge Point South Bay

Bridge Development Partners, LLC announced that Greg Woolway of the company’s California office has been promoted to Vice President of Acquisitions.

In his new role, Woolway will focus on expanding Bridge’s industrial portfolio in the Bay Area and the Inland Empire West, directing acquisition and transaction activity in those regions. He and the Bridge team will continue to focus on best-in-class infill and Port driven development. Reporting to West Region Partner Brian Wilson, Woolway will lead all aspects of the acquisition and development processes in northern California and the Inland Empire.

Leading up to his promotion, Woolway was instrumental in the completion of a number of southern California’s most successful industrial projects, including Bridge Point Santa Fe Springs I-III and Bridge Point South Bay. Notably, Woolway led the recent acquisition of a former family-fun center spanning 12 acres in Ontario, California, which will be redeveloped as Bridge Point Ontario.

“During his time managing entitlement and development, Greg played an integral role in ensuring the seamless execution of Bridge’s most high-profile projects in southern California,” said Wilson. “We promoted Greg so that he can lead Bridge’s expansion in the Bay Area and Inland Empire West, leveraging our company’s same strategic approach of developing Class A product in sought-after infill locations.”

Prior to joining Bridge in 2016, Woolway spent nine years in acquisitions, development, and management of industrial and office projects throughout the southern California region. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Policy and Development from the University of Southern California and carries a California Real Estate Brokers License. He is a member of the NAIOP Inland Empire and San Francisco Bay Area Chapters, as well as a Board Member of the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy Alumni Association and the Boys and Girls Clubs of South Bay.

Woolway’s promotion marks Bridge’s latest milestone in its effort to bolster its acquisition and development operations throughout California. The company recently hired Senior Vice President of Development Scott Denham and Vice President of Development Brendan Kotler in its Los Angeles office, both of whom will oversee development and entitlements in California, and will support Woolway’s efforts from a development standpoint in the Bay Area and Inland Empire.