ADAM KESSNER: PRINCIPAL
Adam Kessner, Principal of Paddington Stone Capital, and also a registered representative of Stonehaven, LLC (Member FINRA/SIPC) . Mr. Kessner leads the Firm's investment marketing efforts on behalf of proven managers specializing in real estate. Prior to launching Paddington Stone Capital, Mr. Kessner was the Founder/CEO of multiple real estate brokerage firms including Vertical City Realty in New York City, Paddington Stone Realty in Westchester County in New York and Fairfield County in Connecticut, which focused on residential leasing and sales. In addition, Mr. Kessner was the Founder/CEO of Paddington Stone Commercial Strategies in Westchester County which focused on commercial real estate. Paddington Stone Realty was sold in 2013 to Better Homes and Garden Rand Realty.
Mr. Kessner grew up in the Real Estate industry. Mr. Kessner's family is a significant player in the world of New York City Real Estate operating under the K5 Equities umbrella. The education, experience and network growing up in such an environment has provided unique and valuable insights. Paddington Stone Capital is the capital raising firm retained by K5 Equities for its capital raising needs.
Mr. Kessner holds a Masters Degree in Business from San Diego State University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. Mr. Kessner graduated with a BS from the University of Rhode Island with a concentration in Finance. Adam is also a former Division 1 College Baseball Player for the University of Rhode Island. Adam was the four year starting centerfielder receiving Academic All-Conference Honors.
Mr. Kessner currently holds the Series 7 and 63 registrations with FINRA.
Adam is on the Board of Directors for Steve's Camp. Steve's Camp was founded by the Kessner family in 2009. Steve’s Camp at Horizon Farms is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a unique experience to underserved New York City teens.
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Adam Kessner is a registered representative of Stonehaven, LLC (Member FINRA/SIPC).
***Real estate investing contains substantial risks which are inherent in anything associated with time, given the uncertainty surrounding some event or future state. Risk is bi-directional, with both upside and downside elements, and it must be clear that investing in real estate, directly or indirectly, involves assessing a set of assumptions. The major causes of risk in real estate include, but are not limited to, risks related to data and informational issues and risks associated with unforeseen changes in the competitive and regulatory environments. In general, there are three primary levels of real estate risks which include enterprise-level risks, regulatory/market-level risks and property risks; all of which must be assessed to properly evaluate the opportunity set.***
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