Mr. Vetromile is a seasoned real estate development professional with more than 35 years of national experience. He has been a senior executive with some of the largest and best-known real estate development firms. The aggregate value of investments he has developed and managed exceeds $1.75 billion. Mr. Vetromile has developed asset types including residential urban towers, numerous suburban apartments, master-planned communities, as well as mixed-use projects, convention and destination hotels and office buildings.
Prior to forming HUDSON PARK GROUP, Mr. Vetromile was the New York Area Managing Partner for JPI, one of the largest developers, owners and operators of multi-family housing in the nation, the entity was charged with the development of new apartment communities in the New York marketplace.
And previous to that firm, Mr. Vetromile was a senior executive with The Related Companies for more than twelve years and oversaw several large mixed-use projects in the New York tri-state area, including several 80/20 rental towers and suburban apartment projects. He was responsible for aspects of development including originating opportunities, land assembly and acquisition, project feasibility, entitlements, design, financing and marketing. He led large interdisciplinary project teams through all strategic considerations, project programming, project design, complex multi-level regulatory review processes and all marketing and community relation efforts. Mr. Vetromile began his development career in 1982 with Tishman Realty Corporation building hotels, residential towers and suburban office buildings in many national markets.
Mr. Vetromile has taught several real estate courses as an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business; Cornell University’s Masters Program in Real Estate; and Pratt University’s Graduate Center for Planning. He is a current/past board or development member of the Alzheimer’s Association, Lawrence Hospital/New York Presbyterian, Habitat for Humanity New York, the Westchester Children’s Museum, the Cornell Real Estate Council, and the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Boy Scouts of America.