Here at White Wolf Properties, we have a passion for Retail Real Estate. We are a privately-owned real estate investment and development company focusing on value-add real estate opportunities within the greater Puget Sound Region. By utilizing our market and site expertise with strong industry relationships, we create successful investments for White Wolf and our Partners.
We focus our 15 years of retail real estate experience on our Partners and Assets. We do no 3rd party management, leasing, or acquisitions. All our attention is on our joint ventures. Utilizing our skills in leasing, management, site selection, acquisition, development, redevelopment, and asset management we create value. Our pack is our partners and we believe focusing all our efforts on them is the key to a successful venture.
Founder and Chief Operating Officer
Jason Morganstern is responsible for the development and execution of strategic planning for the assets managed by White Wolf Properties. A dynamic hands-on executive, Jason’s areas of focus and leadership include deal origination, underwriting, capital acquisition, secure financing, creation of operating plans, asset management, lease negotiations, construction and development, and overseeing the day-to-day operations of each portfolio and/or managing entity.
Jason brings over 15 years of high-level experience in the retail real estate industry. Prior to founding White Wolf, he rose to prominence as a Senior Leasing Advisor with The Shopping Center Group, managing more than 50 properties for this national firm. In 2013 Jason was tasked with launching The Shopping Center Group’s first operations center in Boca Raton, Florida. Under his direction, the office surpassed projections and generated over a million dollars in revenue within 2 years. His duties included business development, running the leasing and management portfolio and the day to day operation of the office.
In 2019, he founded White Wolf Properties.
Jason holds dual bachelor’s degrees from American University (Washington, DC) in both Economics and Public Policy.
He lives in the Belltown section of Seattle.