At Olympia Development, the experience and intellect of our people drive the success of our projects. Bringing this talent to a unique set of services allows us to maximize client value through every step of development.

From permitting to completion, challenging projects in high barrier-to-entry markets capture our imaginations. In 2003, we earned Hilton’s Deal of The Year award for Portland’s Hilton Garden Inn, and our development capabilities have been honed and perfected on our own projects. Not only are we investors in many of the hotel properties we build, but we also provide hotel operations management. As a result, we see projects from the viewpoints of both investor and operator when it comes to driving economic value.

Our perspective is distinctly different from contract development or program management firms. The core interests of such organizations may not be aligned with the revenue opportunities and long-term challenges associated with owning and operating the facilities they’re hired to develop.

At Olympia Development, our tenacious commitment to economic quality sets the framework for relationships with new and repeat clients who rely on Olympia to add value to development investments in historic districts, urban areas, restrictive and secondary markets.

Development Services

Our Development team encompasses a complete array of services, from initial feasibility analysis through management and coordination of all phases of design, permitting, budgeting, buyout, construction, and commissioning of a completed facility.

Our team members possesses specific areas of expertise and experience in entitling difficult sites, technology infrastructure, construction management, or other delivery methods to drive a project team through a process to add value to the entire project.

  • Feasibility Study
  • Site evaluations
  • Environmental assessment
  • Entitlement review and coordination
  • Budget development and administration
  • Contract negotiation including architect, engineer and consultants
  • Project concept development
  • Design coordination
  • Construction delivery method analysis
  • Construction buyout
  • Scheduling
  • Financial reporting and control
  • Construction Management
  • FF&E coordination of purchasing and installation
  • Information Technology needs assessment coordination
  • Reliability analyses and redundant infrastructure coordination