We’re a boutique developer with a big table.

Wilson Meany is recognized throughout the industry as a developer with the confidence to listen as well as lead. Since our founding twenty years ago, we’ve built a remarkably stable and experienced team steered by partners who believe that collaborating around a table – brainstorming ideas, working through challenges, pushing for innovation at every turn – is what it takes to create inspiring environments that people love to experience.

Learn more about our co-founding partner Bill Wilson.

Our team has been years in the making.

Stability may not be the most glamorous word in the lexicon, but it’s one we take to heart. Many on our roughly 20-person Development team have been with us for years and all embody our creative, hands-on approach to placemaking. Experts in their fields, they work closely with one another and with our outside partners, including architects, engineers, designers and landscape architects.

We manage here, there and beyond.

Led by principals who are deeply involved in all facets of projects, our Property Management team delivers years of experience, an unusually expansive skill set and the ability to move nimbly and smartly, from tenant improvements to asset management including pre-due diligence. In addition to working on Wilson Meany developments, the group also manages other properties throughout the area for families and developers who prefer to partner with a small team that delivers superior customer service.

Paul Roberts





Project Manager


Residential components of Bay Meadows


Development, structural engineering


UC Berkeley Haas School of Business


Masters in Business Administration

Cal Poly


Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering


Questioning the stats quo


The Russell

Treasure Island


Before joining Wilson Meany, Paul held short-term positions at MetLife Real Estate Investors and Bailard Inc.’s REIT, while pursuing his MBA at UC Berkeley. Prior to business school, he designed seismic retrofits for a variety of building types around California, including waterfront piers, unreinforced masonry buildings and high-end homes while with Holmes Culley, a structural engineering firm in San Francisco. Paul’s proudest engineering moment was moving to Christchurch, New Zealand in 2010 to help the city recover from their devastating earthquake a month earlier.