- Matt Segrest
Matt serves as the President of Alamo Manhattan. He is involved in all aspects of the company, but focuses his efforts on investor relationships, transactions, and sourcing new deals.
Before founding the company, he worked at Simpson Housing LLLP, a $2.5-billion private-integrated real estate firm headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Matt served as Simpson’s Senior Vice President in charge of the company’s West Coast Regional Office (based in Seattle). Matt was responsible for all new development activities in his region, where he developed approximately $500 million in new properties.
Prior to working at Simpson Housing, Matt served as an Investment Banking Associate at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York, where he primarily focused on Mergers & Acquisitions and Fortune 500 financings. Matt is a native Texan and holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and an undergraduate degree in business from Texas A&M University. He also served on active duty as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps.
- Wade B. Johns
Wade serves as Vice President at Alamo Manhattan. He leads the company’s efforts in entitlements, design, and construction. His development experience began in Seattle at Simpson Housing LLLP, where he worked with Matt Segrest developing projects in the core urban markets of the West Coast.
Before working in development, Wade was an attorney in the Houston office of Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP. At Fulbright, Wade represented clients in matters relating to real estate, contracts, torts, and construction. He maintains an active Texas law license. Wade received his law degree from Southern Methodist University and holds an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. He also served on active duty as an artillery officer in the United States Marine Corps.
- Kimberly Lan
Kim serves as a Development Associate for the Alamo Manhattan team. She leads the company’s efforts in marketing and pre-leasing activities. Additionally, she provides detailed market analyses and rent underwriting for planned projects, actively engages in the company’s development processes (such as entitlements, design, and building permits), and plays an essential role in asset management.
Prior to working at Alamo Manhattan, Kim was a Manager at Alvarez & Marsal Real Estate Advisory Services in Dallas, where she focused primarily on feasibility analyses for multifamily developers. Specifically, Kim created rent and unit mix strategies, forecasted rental rates, occupancy rates, supply, demand, and expected absorption for proposed projects. She has experience with various product types, ranging from student housing to luxury, high-rise apartments. Overall, she has conducted detailed feasibility studies on approximately 10,000 multifamily units across the United States.
Kim holds both a Master of Real Estate and an undergraduate degree in business from Texas A&M University.
- Jessica Jones
Jessica is the Asset Manager for Alamo Manhattan, where she oversees the asset performance for all projects. She has more than 15 years of experience in operations and property management and has focused primarily on new developments and value-add communities. Her experience also includes business development, analyzing business performance, and underwriting property acquisition opportunities.
Prior to joining Alamo Manhattan, Jessica was a Regional Manager for ZRS Management. While at ZRS, she was responsible for new business development and also supervised the management of a new construction portfolio of over 1,300 Class A units located in Texas’s core urban markets. Some of her past projects include overseeing the management of Alamo Manhattan’s Monaco and Moda projects.
Jessica holds a Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate Finance from Southern Methodist University.
- Scott Cray
Scott is the Construction Manager for Alamo Manhattan, overseeing all Texas markets. He is responsible for delivering high-quality projects on-schedule and within budget. Scott has a broad range of experience in the construction industry with various project types, including multifamily, mixed-use, public and private commercial, educational, and athletic facilities.
Before joining Alamo Manhattan, Scott served as Construction Administrator for Hensley Lamkin Rachel Architects. In this capacity, he was the lead architect in the construction administration of Alamo Manhattan’s Moda and Routh Street Flats projects. Prior to HLR, Scott served as a Project Manager for architectural and MEP engineering firms throughout Texas. Scott’s past projects have included design award winning and nationally recognized sustainable facilities. Scott studied architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington.
- Bradley Olmstead
Bradley is an Associate for the development team at Alamo Manhattan. He is responsible for market analysis, project underwriting, and process management for development and acquisition opportunities.Before joining Alamo Manhattan, Bradley graduated from the full-time MBA program at Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. Prior to graduate school, Bradley worked as a business manager for Lincoln Property Company. His experience at Lincoln included managing all onsite operation activities, including leasing, marketing, financial reporting, budgeting, unit renovations, employee training and resident retention.
Bradley also holds an undergraduate degree in History from Southern Methodist University.
- Cindy Wingo
Cindy manages the daily oversight and coordination of all accounting aspects of Alamo Manhattan. She graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in accounting. She has previously worked as a controller for two real estate developers and was an audit manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
- Jessica Harvey
Jessica serves as the Alamo Manhattan’s office manager, receptionist, and administrative assistant. She previously worked at Ebby Halliday Realtors. She is currently pursuing a Bachelors of Business Management at the University of Texas at Dallas.