Kyle Wilcher

Chief Financial Officer

Kyle Wilcher is the Chief Financial Officer for Rosemurgy Properties. In his role, Mr. Wilcher oversees the financial functions for the company’s development projects and portfolio assets along with financial strategy and reporting.

Mr. Wilcher has been in the real estate industry for seven years. Previously, he was Vice President of Finance at T5 Data Centers, where he was instrumental in monetizing five data centers owned with Iron Point Partners and launching a new $1B fund with QuadReal. Prior to T5 Data Centers, Mr. Wilcher held roles as an Investment Banking Analyst at Raymond James and a Senior Accountant at Frazier & Deeter.

Mr. Wilcher holds a Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Mercer University.


Notable commercial development projects:

Uptown Boca – Boca Raton, FL

A 1 million+ square mixed-use development in west Boca Raton, Uptown includes 456 apartments and over 180,000 square feet of retail. Tenants include Amazon Fresh, REI, Sephora, Chick-fil-A, Bonefish, MD Now, Bolay, Olive U, Lenora’s, Lazy Dog, BurgerFi and F45. The Residences of Uptown recently sold to Cortland for $230.00M, which equated to a record $504,000 per door. Over 6 years in the making, Uptown was the first project approved in Palm Beach County under the 3.5.D Traffic Policy Exemption with a built-on-site workforce housing requirement.

University Park – Boca Raton, FL

As the first purpose-built student housing complex in Palm Beach County, University Park serves Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University and Palm Beach State University. The 598-bed project was sold in 2016 to InvestCorp along with 2 additional neighbor student properties for $105.25M.

Mainstreet - Coconut Creek, FL Currently in the entitlement phase, Mainstreet consists of a 200-acre development that will include over 1900 for-sale and rental units, 100,000 of grocery-anchored retail, civic and recreational uses as well as a 550-student charter school. With a projected capitalization of over $600M, the project is on track to break ground in late-2022