Investment | Development | Management
Hyperion is a vertically integrated investor, developer and operator of residential and mixed-use real estate based in South Florida and New York with a demonstrated track record of identifying and delivering value through all market environments. Founded in 2002, the firm has developed over 1 million square feet of residential and mixed use property including 1000 residences in South Florida. Hyperion has worked through various market cycles and drawn on its financial, legal and development expertise to identify, acquire and reposition special situations assets, delivering exceptional value.
Hyperion’s Principal and CEO Robert Vecsler has for the last six years served as President, Residential Development, Head of Acquisitions and member of the Investment Committee at Silverstein Properties in New York. Since resuming his leadership of Hyperion with Silverstein Properties as an investor, the firm is active in developing residential projects in South Florida and pursuing additional opportunities from its New York and Miami offices.
Hyperion pursues residential and mixed-use development in select markets exhibiting strong demand drivers, demographic trends, and pro-growth indicators. This includes employing strategies to identify undervalued assets and work through challenging markets. The firm adds value through insightful understanding of the local market, public-private partnerships to enable rezoning and tax incentives, and a disciplined investment approach through rigorous, institutional level underwriting, due diligence and execution. The firm has developed a proprietary residence management platform and draws on this experience to integrate service and lifestyle as a differentiator at its properties.
With its depth of experience developing luxury high-rise condominiums, hotels and master-planned communities, as well as mid and low-rise multi-family development, the firm has the capability to execute on any scale of project or use that is appropriate for the market and economic cycle.