Cranewoods Development LLC
Cranewoods draws on over 30 years of award winning experience in construction management and real estate development to provide owners, banks, investors and developers consulting services to help create successful projects or work out of troubled ones. in addition to our ‘ground-up’ developments, we provide distressed asset consulting/negotiated resolution to banks and developers.
Our latest projects:
Woodland Vistas – Cincinnati, Ohio:
An enclave of 16 luxury river view townhomes on a private gaslit lane just south of the Kenwood Country Club
Our award winning real estate development experience acts as a value added service to enhance your project’s success. Our range of projects include Condominiums, Multi-Family, Office, Retail and Hotels.
We are uniquely qualified with our combined experience to navigate all of the intertwining issues that impact projects. From joint venture full development to construction management to hourly consulting on any project and size, Cranewoods has been intimately involved with every issue from pre-design to final sale so give us a call to see how we can help you, or visit the about us page for more information.
What the press is saying about Cranewoods Development:
“Real estate risks that send some developers running – those mired in financial woes or are in need of considerable modifications – are exactly what drive Andy Howe. A Wyoming native …… spends most of his time working as a consultant to developers and lenders trying to reach deals for projects impacted by the real estate boom and bust. “We help stalled projects get restarted,” – The Cincinnati Enquirer 2011
” ‘Fixer’ Andrew Howe pushes to revive stalled Schoolhouse Lofts project. After 18 months in limbo, the Schoolhouse Lofts project in East Walnut Hills got a new lease on life in May, when developer Andrew Howe cut a deal with lenders and lien holders on the stalled project” – The Business Courier 2011
“A Cincinnati-born developer who relocated to the booming Florida market in the 1990s has now returned to restart a stalled downtown condo project [The McFarland Lofts].” – The Business Courier 2010
“When a local bank brought Howe aboard as a consultant on a stalled condo project in Jacksonville last year, “a light- bulb went on,” ……………… Howe parlayed the experience into a full-time venture, offering hourly consulting to lenders with stalled projects on their hands, and has since taken over and completed more stalled high-rise condos, four in Jacksonville and one in downtown Cincinnati.” – Engineering News Record Magazine 2010