Wilson Meany announced today that Tom Sullivan is leaving the firm to pursue other real estate opportunities in the Bay Area.
Sullivan, former president of Wilson/Equity Office, collaborated for the past decade with partner Chris Meany at Wilson Meany Sullivan, a prominent San Francisco real estate development and management firm. Effective today, WMS is changing its name to Wilson Meany. The firm is retaining all of its executives and employees under Chris Meany, who will continue as managing partner.
“WMS has great projects and some of the most outstanding real estate professionals in the Bay Area,” Sullivan said. “The firm will continue to set the standard for high quality, innovative development projects under Chris’s leadership.”
Said Meany: “Tom has been a great leader at our firm. While we are sad to see him go, we are happy to see a friend pursuing his desired path and know he will succeed in his new endeavors.”
Wilson Meany is currently developing, by itself or in joint ventures, 140 New Montgomery and Treasure Island in San Francisco, Bay Meadows in San Mateo, Hollywood Park in Inglewood and The 88 in San Jose.