Hatteras Sky is a commercial real estate firm focused on multifamily and hospitality development in high-growth American markets. In addition to ground-up new construction developments, we renovate, restore, and reactivate our historic buildings. We pride ourselves on our ability to identify unique opportunities that deliver long-term value to our team, our investors, and the communities we serve. While maintaining an entrepreneurial approach, we strive to adhere to the highest standards of integrity, quality, and partnership. We aim to create structures and communities that will be useful, beautiful, and strong for generations.
Hatteras Sky has active development projects across the United States. Our multifamily portfolio includes several active ground-up mid-rise projects in and around Seattle and Lynnwood, Washington, and a ground-up high-rise project in Phoenix, Arizona.
Our active hospitality projects include a major brand flag adaptive re-use development in Salt Lake City, Utah, a hotel portfolio in partnership with the Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, and independent hospitality developments in and around Asheville, North Carolina.
Combined, these projects total over $600M in development costs.
To learn more about Hatteras Sky’s active development projects, please use the interactive map below or click on the Development link at the top of this page.
SEATTLE–(MARCH 25, 2021)–Real estate development firms Hatteras Sky and Trent Development and capital partner Cresset Diversified Real Estate Capital today broke ground on a new mixed-used mid-rise apartment project at
Hatteras Sky’s mission is to create places that foster connection for our residents and guests – connections among them and between them and their neighborhoods. Our experienced professionals are committed to ensuring every Hatteras Sky asset builds upon the story of our communities’ history and personality and advances that story to the next chapter.
Hatteras Sky is able to leverage the growing connection in design trends between multi-family and hospitality asset classes to enhance our renter and guest experience:
Multifamily has adopted an amenity-rich, hospitality-like program model, while hotels have incorporated more residential elements into their experience. As our team innovates in one asset class, that innovation carries over to the other, helping us grow our success and give unique insights into the next best thing.