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David C. Sweetser

Chief Operating Officer

High Rocks

Direct Phone: (781) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Operating Officer

Heritage Property Investment Trust Inc


Director of Leasing

Trademark Development Company LLC


President

GovConnect


Principal and Co-Founder

Panther Properties Investment LLC


Vice President of Real Estate

National Amusements , Inc.


Affiliations

Arcade

Founder


International Council of Shopping Centers

Member of the Faculty


Education

Bachelor of Arts

Bowdoin College


MBA

Bowdoin College


MBA

Suffolk University


Web References(48 Total References)


David Sweetser - Management Team - Panther Properties Investment, LLC

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David C. Sweetser - Principal / Co-Founder dsweetser@pantherpi.com
781.425.5511 ext 231 David Masse | David Sweetser | Lou Karger | Eric Wardrop | Nicholas Fay | Matthew Brockman David Sweetser David Sweetser is a co-founder of Panther Properties. Mr. Sweetser is also the founder of High Rock Development, LLC and High Rock Equities Fund I, LLC. High Rock Development, LLC is a real estate development and investment firm focused on commercial retail opportunities in New England. High Rock Equities Fund I is a private equity real estate fund formed to acquire and develop/re-develop commercial real estate primarily in New England. It has committed $50 million in equity to the purchase of various commercial real estate properties, including office, apartment and retail. As Managing Partner of High Rock Development, LLC and High Rock Equities Fund I, Mr. Sweetser oversees all real estate decisions including project acquisition, permitting, construction, and leasing. Most recently, Mr. Sweetser served as COO for the Heritage Property Investment Trust ("Heritage"), a 32 million square foot shopping center REIT that owned 165 properties and employed 185 people. As COO, Mr. Sweetser was responsible for all operational aspects of the company including acquisitions, leasing, and development. In October, 2006, Heritage was sold to Centro for $3.5 billion which resulted in a 23% IRR for the largest shareholder during its seven year investment in the REIT. Prior to his involvement with Heritage, Mr. Sweetser served in a number of management capacities for a variety of businesses, including Director of Leasing for Eastern Development, Inc., President of GovConnect, Inc. (Renaissance, Inc), VP of Real Estate for National Amusements, Inc., Founder and President of Trademark Development, Inc., VP of Leasing for Equity Properties and Development Co., and regional leasing and development positions earlier in his career with JMB Properties and CVS Drugstores. Mr. Sweetser received a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College and an MBA from Suffolk University.


www.redneckrepublic.org

David Sweetser, High Rocks Chief Operating Officer indicated discussions with members on the Hill had been ongoing for the three years, but when pressed for financial and planning detail his painful dodge even for the smallest conceptual detail four times over was clear Sweetser knew more than was willing to share.


Economic Development | RI Republican

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David Sweetser of High Rock Development, a Massachusetts company, has once again requested a $39 million package of corporate welfare from the state, which would be used to renovate the "Superman Building" in Downtown Providence.
Because Sweetser is an understanding guy, he is only asking for 4 annual payments of $9.75 million from the state, rather than the one-time $39 million he sought from the state this year. In order to strengthen High Rock Development's pitch, Sweetser has also included protections for the taxpayers, including the ability for the state to recoup some of the money in the future, an endowment to maintain Kennedy Plaza, and a bond to ensure that the project is completed, so that the 278 planned apartments are guaranteed to come to fruition. By the way, Sweetser is also seeking $10 million to $15 million in tax breaks from the City of Providence, and another $21 million in federal historic tax credits. In total, approximately $75 million of taxpayer dollars is being requested for the project. TaggedCorporate Welfare, David Sweetser, Historic Tax Credits, Hitch Rock Development, Superman Building, Tax Credits


rirepublican.com

The developer, David Sweetser of High Rock Development, is also seeking $10 million to $15 million in tax breaks from the City of Providence, as well as $21 million in federal historic tax credits.
David Sweetser of High Rock Development, a Massachusetts company, has once again requested a $39 million package of corporate welfare from the state, which would be used to renovate the "Superman Building" in Downtown Providence. Because Sweetser is an understanding guy, he is only asking for 4 annual payments of $9.75 million from the state, rather than the one-time $39 million he sought from the state this year. In order to strengthen High Rock Development's pitch, Sweetser has also included protections for the taxpayers, including the ability for the state to recoup some of the money in the future, an endowment to maintain Kennedy Plaza, and a bond to ensure that the project is completed, so that the 278 planned apartments are guaranteed to come to fruition. By the way, Sweetser is also seeking $10 million to $15 million in tax breaks from the City of Providence, and another $21 million in federal historic tax credits. In total, approximately $75 million of taxpayer dollars is being requested for the project.


1540 WADK.com Updates - 1540 WADK Newport

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High Rock's David Sweetser says he wants Rhode Islanders to be able to enjoy the views from the 26-story building and appreciate the architecture and history of the building.


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