Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Peachtree Center

Atlanta, Georgia

Peachtree Center, in Atlanta, Georgia, has been an ongoing development for over 50 years. In the 2010 Biennale Architettura in Venice Italy, the United States pavilion featured a unique model of the complex that highlighted public space and connectivity. The exhibit demonstrated how development and design can cooperate to create a lasting, positive impact on the world’s urban environments.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

The Westin Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina

The Westin Charlotte served as headquarters hotel to the Democratic National Convention, which took place in downtown Charlotte in early September 2012. Portman Holdings developed the hotel and currently owns and asset manages the property. It was designed by John Portman & Associates, making it a total Portman experience. The Westin Charlotte is a prime example of Portman’s convention hotel expertise, and served as a major contributing factor in bringing this high-profile national event to Charlotte.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Shanghai Centre

Shanghai, China

Shanghai Centre, completed in 1990, was one of the first modern developments in China by a western firm. Today, it is still one of the best-known landmarks for Shanghai locals, expatriatess working in the city, and tourists. It was designed to be a "city within a city" for international business travelers . . . containing a hotel, serviced apartments, retail, office, and entertainment spaces.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Hilton San Diego Bayfront

San Diego, California

The Hilton San Diego was constructed in 2008 on a brownfield redevelopment site. Portman Holdings worked with the Port Authority of San Diego to perform extensive environmental remediation. In 2011, San Diego's Environmental Services Department (ESD) selected it as an Environmental Partner due to the property's extensive waste reduction efforts.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia

The Hyatt Regency Atlanta was Portman Holdings' first ever hotel project, and was also one of the first hotels to feature John Portman's iconic atrium design. It was also the launch of Hyatt as a hotel operator and owner.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Marina Square

Singapore

Marina Square first opened in Singapore in 1987. Portman Holdings worked with a group of several Asian investors to finance the development, which ignited economic development in the areas surrounding it. The complex consists of three five-star hotels, over 700,000 square feet of retail space, and an office building which was added in 1989.

Portman Holdings is a commercial real estate company concentrating on urban, well-designed development and redevelopment projects. Our vertically integrated team is building on 60 years of creating value.

Embarcadero Center

San Francisco, California

In 1984, the Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence went to Embarcadero Center. Almost two decades prior, San Francisco's government selected Portman Holdings to lead the strategic development of what was then an abandoned warehouse district. Today, the mixed-use development remains a popular public space among the residents of San Francisco and its visitors.