Andrew Visser | Managing Partner
As Managing Partner and Founder of Blue Pointe Equities, Andrew is head of capital origination and acquisitions. A Registered Investment Advisor, he offers a unique blend of experience with over 20 collective years in commercial real estate and investment management. After graduating from Grand Valley State University, Andrew began his career as an equity trader in the late 90s. He expanded his knowledge by joining Morgan Stanley, focusing on wealth planning and investment strategies with high net worth individuals. While consulting clients on investment strategies, Andrew leveraged a strong brand to grow his book of business then found his sweet spot as a fixed-income trader. Since 2006, Andrew’s focus has been on commercial real estate, beginning as an office advisor in West Michigan, eventually getting back and blending his roots into investment real estate. Leading and serving these relationships has culminated in over one hundred million dollars in transaction volume, and continues with many long-standing clients.
Max Benedict | Managing Partner
As Managing Partner of Blue Pointe Equities, Max is head of deal flow, acquisitions and underwriting. Max brings nearly 15 years of experience in brokerage and commercial real estate development to Blue Pointe Equities. Once Max earned his degree in Finance from Michigan State University, he moved to Grand Rapids to work for the former SJ Wisinski & Co., now named NAI Wisinski of West Michigan. In 2006, Max joined the team at Third Coast Development and was eventually named partner in 2013. Beyond his experience gained at Third Coast Development, Max currently serves as the Chair of the Michigan Street Corridor Improvement District Authority and is on the Board of Directors for Goodwill of Greater Grand Rapids. He is heavily involved in the incentive acquisition process of their developments, which was a major component to the Diamond Place project led by Third Coast. Max holds his real estate license in the state of Michigan, adding to his knowledge and expertise in the West Michigan real estate market.
Bradley Rosely | Partner
As Partner of Blue Pointe Equities and Principal/Co-Founder of Third Coast Development in Grand Rapids, MI, Bradley brings nearly two decades of experience in brokerage and real estate development to Blue Pointe Equities. Bradley attended The University of Southern Mississippi where he received his degree in Banking and Finance. Upon graduation, Bradley moved to Grand Rapids to work for the former SJ Wisinski & Co., now named NAI Wisinski of West Michigan. In 2004, Bradley co-founded Third Coast Development with business partner Dave Levitt—a commercial real estate development company focused on urban development and build-to-suit projects. Bradley has led several of these award-winning urban infill projects, including Hampton Inn & Suites, Lumberyard Lofts and Mid Towne Village, among several others. With his appreciation for space and his rich background in brokerage and real estate development, Bradley serves as a valuable asset to the Blue Pointe team.
Dave Levitt | Partner
As Partner of Blue Pointe Equities and Principal/Co-Founder of Third Coast Development in Grand Rapids, MI, Dave brings 30 years of real estate investment and development experience to the team. A Chicago native, Dave moved to Ann Arbor to study at the University of Michigan and ultimately received his MBA in Finance & Strategy from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Prior to co-founding Third Coast Development, Dave worked for several large global companies, including BP and Steelcase. Dave also holds his real estate license in the state of Michigan, adding to his knowledge and expertise in the West Michigan real estate market. Since co-founding Third Coast Development, Dave has led several award-winning projects including 833 Michigan St. and Hampton Inn & Suites near Downtown Grand Rapids. His decades of industry experience combined with his knack for relationship-building has resulted in over one hundred million dollars in ground-up development projects and over two hundred fifty million dollars in transaction volume.